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The Experience Of A Book ss

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A single slide from Through the Magic Door identifying the factors that go into influencing how a particular book affects an indivdividual child at a specific point in their life. A framework for …

A single slide from Through the Magic Door identifying the factors that go into influencing how a particular book affects an indivdividual child at a specific point in their life. A framework for understanding some of the factors that underpin making recommendations.

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  • 1. Book (5%)
    Author (35%)
    Reader (50%)
    • Condition
    • 2. Legibility
    • 3. Presentation
    • 4. Access/Availability
    Motivation
    Muse
    Commerce
    Audience
    Prestige/Influence
    Role
    Ambassador
    Didact
    Entertainer
    Conjuror
    Creativity and Imagination
    Technical Proficiency
    Vocabulary
    Genre
    Writing Style
    Story Structure
    Subject
    Personal Context
    Political/Ideological
    Economic Status
    Country Culture
    Religion
    Life Experience
    Caste/Class
    Ethnicity
    Problem Solving
    Destructionist
    Isolationist
    Accomodationist
    Integrationist
    Reading Motivation
    Voluntary or Involuntary
    Functional vs. Aesthetic
    Receptive or Skeptical
    Reading Capability
    Technical competency
    Experience
    Maturity
    Personal Inclinations and circumstances
    Facts, Opinions, Imagination
    Personal Context
    Political/Ideological
    Economic Status
    Country Culture
    Caste/Class
    Religion
    Life Experience
    Ethnicity
    Problem Solving
    Destructionist
    Isolationist
    Accomodationist
    Integrationist
    Functional
    Artifact
    Accuracy
    Context
    Book
    Experience
    Sympathy
    Integrity
    Reputation
    Clarity
    Empirical
    Normative
    Critics (10%)
    Ideologues, Domain Specialists, Parents, Educators,
    Authors, Literary Critics, General Readers
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  • 5. Should you have any questions about this presentation, please contact us.
    Charles Bayless
    Through the Magic Door®
    1579 Monroe Drive
    Suite F150
    Atlanta, Georgia 30324
    E-mail: charles.bayless@ttmd.com
    Office: (404) 898-9096
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