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I still think, for a writer who is also an insatiable reader, there is a lot to be said for the self-taught route. But sinceI've started teaching creative writing in universities, and now. In short, this book belongs in the Bible. Therefore, its human author is unimportant.
What is important is to treat the book as inspired Scripture as defined in 2 Timothy The Holy Spirit was the divine author of Hebrews, and of all Scripture, even though we don’t know who put the physical pen to the physical paper and traced the words. Questioning the author is a strategy that engages students actively with a text.
Rather than reading and taking information from a text, the QtA strategy encourages students to ask questions of the author and the text. Through forming their questions, students learn more about the text. Students learn to ask questions such as: What is the author's message.
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The best books I think for dramatists are often about acting since they force the writer to think about "wants" and "actions" that their characters are bound up in. Without a serious want or. Page What do you think the main idea of the book is so far? What do you think the author wants you to think about?
Page Has your thinking about the author’s message changed as you have read more of the book? What do you think the author is trying to tell you?
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