5 edition of Inviting children"s responses to literature found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 125-140).
|Statement||edited by Amy A. McClure, Janice V. Kristo.|
|Contributions||McClure, Amy A., Kristo, Janice V.|
|LC Classifications||LB1575.5.U5 I58 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 145 p. :|
|Number of Pages||145|
|LC Control Number||93046088|
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Inviting children's responses to literature. Urbana, Ill.: National Council of Teachers of English, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Based on the idea that conversational interaction between students and teachers in the classroom is the best way to learn, this book focuses on classroom talk about book-related topics.
The teachers represented in the book initiate literature discussion groups, book clubs, and literature circles, and students share the thoughts and feelings that reading a book stimulates, and Cited by: These teachers initiate literature discussion groups, book clubs, and literature circles -- small groups of students who read a common text and come together to talk about it.
Students share the thoughts and feelings that reading a book stimulates. By experiencing a story, students discover literature's potential to illuminate by: Understanding Children’s Responses to Literature Presented by Prof.
Méndez Hernández ENGL Children’s Literature in English 2. Reading Interests and Preferences Response refers to: Any outward sign of that inner activity, something said or done that reveals a reader’s thoughts and feelings about literature. Start studying chapter 2 children's lit.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. The pattern of growth in children's responses to literature is. most children can understand that their feelings about a book are related to aspects of the writing.
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From Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, written by Lewis Carroll and illustrated by Sir John Tenniel. Chapter 6 Supporting Literature Discussions. Chapter 7 Books Across the Curriculum: Focused, Author, Illustrator, and Genre Studies.
Chapter 8 Multimodal Responses to Literature. Chapter 9 Challenging the Challengers. Chapter 10 Literature Response Inviting childrens responses to literature book. References: Children’s and Adolescent Literature.
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Book Description. Inviting multiple ways of critically engaging with literature, this text offers a fresh perspective on how to integrate children’s literature into and across the curriculum in effective, purposeful ways.
Chapter 8 Multimodal Responses to Literature. Chapter 9 Challenging the Challengers. Chapter 10 Literature Response. Literature reflects life, yet no book can contain all of the living. By its very organizing properties, literature has the power to shape and give coherence to human experience.
It might focus on one aspect of life, one period of time in an individual's life, and so enable a reader to see and understand relationships that he had never considered. Responses reveal, in general, three loci for sexual harassment: in the workplace; at conferences and book festivals; and in the professional spaces where spheres of the industry intersect (author Author: Anne Ursu.
Based on Louise Rosenblatt's transactional theory of reader response, the studies collected in this book present findings and recommendations that contribute to the understanding of how children create meaning from stories, how they acquire literacy skills to express that meaning, and what role educators play in these literary processes.
The book is divided into four parts dealing with Cited by: in reader response to literature. Our response to literature was based on the work of Bleich () and Petrosky (). In preparing to respond we addressed three issues: (a) what was noticed in the book, (b) how we felt about the book, and (c) how the book was related to our own experiences.
This preparation to re. The forty-nine entries in this book vary in their emphases, but each maps meanings vital for those who read, teach, and study literature for children.
We say “maps meanings” because the goal of Keywords for Children’s Literature is not to fix meanings in place, but rather to delineate tentative boundaries of a shifting conversation.
Charles Temple is a banjo-picking storyteller and teacher educator at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Co-author of many books in the field of reading and language arts, including All Children Read, Understanding Reading Problems, and The Beginnings of Writing, Temple has also published several books for has worked over the years with teachers in Format: Paper.
Framing the content within a perspective of cultural diversity, renowned authors Charlie Temple, Junko Yokota and Miriam Martinez take the reader inside the workings of children's literature, focusing on ways in which literature elicits responses.
The study of children's responses to literature is a relatively young area of research and pedagogy. Historically, response-to literature research has been done with high school and college age young adults, and the anchor for these studies has been Louise Rosenblatt's transactional theory of reader-response.3/5(1).
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But, I hated it. I hated how I ended up looking so critically at children's literature. Everything was very negative, from sexuality to race to the problems with fairy tales/5. 1. Written Reading Responses (RRs) Doing Reading Responses (RRs) is one of the most effective techniques I know to get kids to formulate new ideas about a fiction or non-fiction text while referring to the text as they do so.
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