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The Ins and Outs of Bewilderment

Suleni Sabio-Arzu (SEL Scholar) This podcast will describe the relationship between Richard Powers’ Bewilderment and the presence of Social/Emotional Learning in the classroom. Bewilderment is a novel bringing to light the issues that Special Needs Families face on a daily … Continue reading

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The Groundbreaking Circle

Our lit circle has been loving Maggie Shipstead’s 2021 Booker Prize nominated novel Great Circle! Being an all-female group, Shipstead’s emphasis on feminism as really caught our attention and made this book very engaging. We appreciate how she highlights the … Continue reading

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Circle Up!

Check out Izzy & Tessa’s new podcast on Maggie Shipstead’s novel, Great Circle. With an emphasis on style and pattern, they investigate the unique structure and themes of the novel, from femininity to family. Join them to listen to their … Continue reading

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Appreciating Anuk Arudpragasam’s Unique Writing Style

In a collaboration episode between classes, this podcast takes a deep dive into the style of Arudpragasam’s writing and analyzes how this contributes to the meaning of the work. Born in Columbo himself, Arudpragasam earned his degrees from Columbia university … Continue reading

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