Certainly, as we turn to online reading, the physiology of the reading process itself shifts; we don’t read the same way online as we do on paper. Anne Mangen, a professor at the National Centre for Reading Education and Research at the University of Stavanger, in Norway, points out that reading is always an interaction between a person and a technology, be it a computer or an e-reader or even a bound book.
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While it's certainly not a new idea to pair fiction and non-fiction texts, it's one I've been spending more time thinking about over the past few years in my work with middle grade readers. About three years ago I began to notice ...
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