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"Shiloh": A Mini-Casebook Approach to Upper-Division Literature Courses
Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction (2003)
  • Charlie Sweet, Eastern Kentucky University
  • Hal Blythe, Eastern Kentucky University
Abstract
Shows how the mini-casebook approach, with a few modifications, works well with upper-division writing assignments. Notes that a mini-casebook approach is nothing more than a self-published document including a primary work of literature, selected secondary sources on that work, and a selection of several specified topics on the primary source. Presents eight suggestions for implementing the mini-casebook approach
Keywords
  • English Instruction,
  • Higher Education,
  • Instructional Effectiveness,
  • Literature,
  • Primary Sources,
  • Writing Assignments,
  • Higher Education
Publication Date
Spring 2003
Citation Information
Charlie Sweet and Hal Blythe. ""Shiloh": A Mini-Casebook Approach to Upper-Division Literature Courses" Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction Vol. 3 Iss. 2 (2003)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/charlie_sweet/28/