LITERATURE CIRCLES. Presented by: Valerie Eblin Lisa Eastwood Daniel Labram Melissa Morales. What are Literature Circles?. “Small temporary, discussion groups, usually made up of four or five students” (Daniels 13). Harvey Daniels.
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“Small temporary, discussion groups, usually made up of four or five students” (Daniels 13).
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