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Making the Right Call: Criteria for Choosing Short Fiction
Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction (2002)
  • Charlie Sweet, Eastern Kentucky University
  • Hal Blythe, Eastern Kentucky University
Abstract
Notes that teachers who teach short fiction must consider several things when choosing which works to teach. Describes criteria the authors use when selecting works for their literature classes (World Literature Survey, American Literature, and Principles of Literary Study). Concludes by affirming the importance of choosing short fiction.
Keywords
  • Cultural Influences,
  • Decision Making,
  • English Instruction,
  • Literature,
  • Reading Material Selection,
  • Secondary Education,
  • Short Stories,
  • Textbook Selection,
  • Secondary Education
Publication Date
Spring 2002
Citation Information
Charlie Sweet and Hal Blythe. "Making the Right Call: Criteria for Choosing Short Fiction" Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction Vol. 2 Iss. 2 (2002)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/charlie_sweet/30/