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I am piloting a Kindle classroom experiment at the independent school in Nashville where I work. I really want to start to play around with the public notes and highlights, so that as a class reads, they can see what their peers and I are highlighting and commenting. I'm really excited about how the discussion starts AS you read, instead of just after. In particular, I would like to play around with highlighting and making a note that has a thought-provoking question on a particular passage in that night's reading. Then that question becomes the jumping point for our discussion the next day. Particularly, I think this will be awesome with symbolism, something we do a lot in our 9th grade English class. I always wish that rather than dissect a symbol post-mortem, they can be nudged to see the symbolism as they are reading it the first time.
I would love your ideas and feedback. You can follow me on this experiment on my blog mykindleclassroom.blogspot.com
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