This article is divided into three sections, each a development of theory or practices which relate to direct teaching of thinking in the reading or language arts classroom. These are: 1. the need for a reader to use inductive reasoning when reading a play; 2. the importance of understanding character development in a play; and, 3. the presentation of a method to teach inductive reasoning directly so that students can use the strategy when analyzing character development in plays.
Ashby-Davis, C. (1986). Improving Students' Comprehension of Character Development in Plays. Reading Horizons, 26 (4). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/reading_horizons/vol26/iss4/7