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  • 1. Problem Posing Questions Accountable Book Club
  • 2. Who or what is in the text? What gender is the focus or is viewed as more important in the story? Who does most of the talking? Whose picture is seen? What point of view is presented by the characters in the text? What ethnic group or race is most common? What type of family seems normal in the text? What setting seems most normal in the text?
  • 3. Who or What is Missing from the text? What point of view is lacking? What ethnic group or race is uncommon? What type of family seems unusual in the text? What race is not present?
  • 4. McLaughlin, Maureen and Glenn L. DeVoogd, Critical Literacy, NY: Scholastic, 2004.
  • 5. McLaughlin, Maureen and Glenn L. DeVoogd, Critical Literacy: enhancing students' comprehension of text, NY:Scholastic, 2004.
  • 6. What is marginalized in the text? What viewpoint is ridiculed? What place do the characters dislike?
  • 7. What does the author want you to think? What message does the text convey? What do the good characters do that make them good? What do the bad characters do that make them bad? What are the values we might learn to use in our lives after reading this book?
  • 8. What story might an alternative text tell? If there are mostly boys in the story create a story in which the characters are mostly girls. Make up a story with the opposite theme. What if the characters were given different ethnicities or races? How would that change the story? Change the relationships, from friends to family members, from family members to friends, does this change the story? Tell the story in a different setting. Choose different words to tell the story.
  • 9. Action steps How will: My attitude or actions change? Will I treat others differently? What could I do to change an unjust rule, law or attitude? How can I support those unfairly treated?
  • 10. Action steps How will: My attitude or actions change? Will I treat others differently? What could I do to change an unjust rule, law or attitude? How can I support those unfairly treated?

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