Sometimes a Shining Moment: The Foxfire Experience

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Anchor Books, 1986 - Education - 438 pages
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The author describes his experiences as an English teacher in a high school in rural Georgia and discusses the development of Foxfire magazine

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Sometimes a shining moment: the Foxfire experience

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Foxfire, a magazine started by Wigginton to interest and motivate students in his ninth and tenth grade English classes, has been hailed as an outstanding educational experiment. It included creative ... Read full review

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I do like this book a lot. The author gives much to think about by so meticulously laying out his methodology and experience. It's readable...though also dense. I'm very glad I read it. Read full review

Contents

Prologue Excerpts from a College Journal
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Copyright

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