When stepping out and rethinking what one knows, readers leave the text world and revisit their own world, in order to rethink their own lives.
Some texts strike a chord within us, illuminating our own life experiences, choices, decisions, and actions.
Readers use the text as a springboard to ask questions that focus on their own lives. In doing so, readers learn from the texts and extend their envisionments.
The process of stepping out and rethinking what one knows does not occur as often as other stances. This stance requires that readers make a personal connection to the text.
the conversation in this program, the readers make a connection
to Hamlet based on its themes of familial relationships
and parental expectations.