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Transactional process2

  1. 1.  The transactional process, or model, of reading was developed by Louise Rosenblatt.  focuses on the active role of reader in creating meaning from text
  2. 2.  1) Readers and writers play active roles in the reading and writing processes.  2) Meaning is created during reading and writing in a two-way transaction between readers or writers and the texts they read and write.  3) Readers and writers draw on their own experiences and language skills to bring texts to life.  4) There are multiple possible interpretations of a single text.
  3. 3.  1) Students make choices about what to read and write.  2) Teachers ask open question and provide options for responding to literature and writing.  3) Students' voices and prior experiences are honored.  4) Instructional planning includes attention to students' ideas and experiences.
  4. 4. From a transactional perspective, assessing reading should not be limited to tests that assume the correct answers can be found only in the text.
  5. 5. Interpret the following short poem considering the:  Content message  Relational message
  6. 6. to the fertile ground of endless length to the elements bound; an amorseko eyed by soil cornered by firmament and solids it lived by perfumed grass it lived by Earth he's dead living by Soul he's dead. -micmolina

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