Teachers are giving students more choice in classroom reading

Some teachers are hoping to increase students' interest in reading by letting them choose what books they read for class. The practice, known as reading workshop, allows students to choose a book, read it, discuss it with their teacher and peers, and complete journal entries about what they read. But some critics say it will not encourage students to read classic literature.

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