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Conversations in Literature
Conversations in Literature — Workshop
About CONVERSATIONS IN LITERATURE

Individual Program
Descriptions

1. Responding
as Readers


2. Envisioning

3. Stepping In

4. Moving Through

5. Rethinking

6. Objectifying
the Text


7. The Stances
in Action


8. Returning to the
Classroom





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Re: RE: [SPAM] - [Channel-talklitconversations] envisionment - Email found in subject

From: <marymcbride@cox.net>
Date: Tue May 03 2005 - 21:22:17 EDT
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I haven't read the "Embracing Contraries" book you mention.
I DO see movies when I read some books. I even predict what might happen next by visualization. I have students who do the same thing. Of course not all the students see 'movies.' Some describe the action unfolding in a series of photographs; some 'see' no action at all.
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> From: "Blue, Bennis M" <BBlue@moc.edu>
> Date: 2005/05/02 Mon AM 10:29:04 EDT
> To: <mhiggins@xbhs.com>,
> "A discussion list for CONVERSATIONS IN LITERATURE"
> <channel-talklitconversations@learner.org>
> Subject: RE: [SPAM] - [Channel-talklitconversations] envisionment - Email
> found in subject
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> You might check out Peter Elbow's book Embracing Contraries in which he
> discusses "movies of the mind."
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> From: channel-talklitconversations-bounces@learner.org
> [mailto:channel-talklitconversations-bounces@learner.org] On Behalf Of
> Mike Higgins
> Sent: Saturday, April 30, 2005 10:34 AM
> To: channel-talklitconversations@learner.org
> Subject: [SPAM] - [Channel-talklitconversations] envisionment - Email
> found in subject
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> I am one of the four from the Group at Xaverian taking the Conversations
> in Literature course. I was wondering about the idea of forming an
> envisionment in your head when reading. I think I do the envisionment
> somewhat but I would not describe it as a film rolling. I have some
> pictures but I feel that my envisionment is best described as an
> intuitive sense of what is happening in the text. The visual is there
> for me in a limited way but it is definitely not the key component of my
> envisionment. I was wondering how others would describe their
> envisionment. Mike
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>

Mary McBride
marymcbride@cox.net
480-484-4900-5073
480-423-5626

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