5 edition of Literature in the classroom found in the catalog.
Literature in the classroom
|Statement||edited by Ben F. Nelms.|
|Series||NCTE forum series|
|Contributions||Nelms, Ben F.|
|LC Classifications||LB1575.5.U5 L57 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 257 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||88001689|
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Mar 18, · Literature and the arts in general create pathways to discovering personal vision—to imagine a world that values one’s creativity. Imagination informs innovation. In any case, it’s dirkbraeckmanvenice2017.com: Jess Burnquist. The Classroom Book Clubs program is a terrific alternative to the traditional teacher workshop as a way of learning how to implement literature circles. If you were to attend a workshop on this topic, you could expect to pay $75 to $, not including your hotel and travel expenses.
Mar 02, · Although the quality of any book may be a matter of opinion (think of the controversy surrounding national book awards!) – there are some suggested boxes to tick in looking for a quality children’s text to use in the classroom (Wyse and Jones, ). In , Jennie spearheaded the Diversity Review Book Project, a comprehensive review of the literature used in our flagship program, Collaborative Literacy. In this post, she reflects on where Collaborative Classroom is now, in , and how we continue to affirm and deepen our commitment to diverse, high-quality books in our work.
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The book will help you become a more capable reader (and teacher) of children's literature by focusing your attention on the important visual, textual, and design aspects of different genres."--Frank Serafini, PhD, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Arizona State UniversityCited by: 7.
Literature in the Language Classroom: A Resource Book of Ideas and Activities. (Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers) This is a practical guide for practising teachers of English and teachers in training.
It offers teachers a rationale and a variety of imaginative techniques for integrating literature work with language teaching/5. The book concludes with an appendix that highlights websites related to YA literature.
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'Literature in the Language Classroom offers an unrivalled range of sensitive and practical activities to facilitate the teaching of literature in the language classroom.'.Cited by: This is a practical guide for practising teachers of English and teachers in training.
It offers teachers a rationale and a variety of imaginative techniques for integrating literature work with language teaching. It is divided into three sections: Part I discusses the questions: Why teach literature. What should we teach. How should we teach it?.
One approach to helping children to become literate is to use good children's literature in the classroom. Children's trade books are now available on a variety of topics. Many of them are traditional stories, but more authors are also writing historical fiction, biographies, and science books.
This variety of materials allows the teacher to use literature as a framework for teaching. There are several components to a literature-based Author: Merilee Rosberg. There are many good reasons for using literature in the classroom.
Here are a few: Literature is authentic material. It is good to expose learners to this source of unmodified language in the classroom because they skills they acquire in dealing with difficult or unknown language can be used outside the class/5.
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An exploration of the popularity of young adult literature, presenting ways in which it can be used in the classroom.
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Sign Up or Read Back Issues. Carol Hurst's and Rebecca Otis' Books Professional books on using children's literature in the classroom, historical fiction picture books and novels. This practical methodsbook provides future middle and high school English teachers with the direction they'll need to choose adolescent literature and to develop ideas for teaching it.
Using a highly effective conversational tone, thebook provides the latest information about young adult literature in a short, concisely written, classroom 4/5. CHAPTER ONE Using Literature in the Classroom 1 Literature in the Classroom Literatureplaysanimportantroleinthelivesandlearningofstudentsinmany classrooms.
This book will introduce you to the possibilities of fantasy literature. Included is background information on folktales, fairy tales, novels, and authors as well as practical language arts activities to use with your own class in terms of strategies for Reading, Writing, and Responding.5/5.
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It’s essential to have both types of books in our classroom libraries. The use of literature in the ELT classroom is enjoying a revival for a number of reasons.
Having formed part of traditional language teaching approaches, literature became less popular when language teaching and learning started to focus on the functional use of language/5(22). Literature in the Classroom Literature can enhance learning at every grade level.
When sharing literature books: • Use creative questioning to keep students interested. A question that requires a single right answer does little to keep students involved. Questions that have a. Interdisciplinary uses for the book: This book can be used to demonstrate the beauty in all cultures and lifestyles.
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