Carolyn V. Spillman, Suzanne w. Hawley. Already having basic background in children's literature and its genres allows the reader to think more deeply and creatively as he or she reads this interesting reference text.
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This basic textbook on the classifications and uses of children's literature .
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by Suzanne W. Published 2003 by Scarecrow Press in Lanham, Md. Written in English. Books and reading, Children, Children's literature, American, History and criticism, Literacy. Includes bibliographical references (p. 275-299) and indexes.
Service and Compassion places emphasis on strengthening students and teachers through acts of consequential service to others
Empathy and Caring believes that learning is fostered best in communities where students' and teachers' ideas are respected and where there is mutual trust. Service and Compassion places emphasis on strengthening students and teachers through acts of consequential service to others
Children’s Literature: Discovery for a Lifetime is an indispensable tool that teachers, librarians, and parents can use to create and foster children’s interest in books. The authors concisely illuminate the highest quality of children’s literature, choosing titles that will captivate children and promote a lifetime of reading. Engage children in author and illustrator studies with great models described in Biographical Profiles.
Children’s literature reading practice test has 13 questions belongs to the Step-by-step Guide subject. But I think we should also take children's literature seriously because it is sometimes subversive: because its values are not always those of the conventional adult world. In total 13 questions, 6 questions are YES-NO-NOT GIVEN form, 7 questions are Matching Headings form. Of course, in a sense much great literature is subversive, since its very existence implies that what matters is art, imagination and truth. In what we call the real world, what usually counts is money, power and public success.
This book is a timely introduction to the emerging field of mobile learning, explaining the technologies involved, their .
This book is a timely introduction to the emerging field of mobile learning, explaining the technologies involved, their applications and the multiple effects on pedagogical and social practice. This book will be the first to hit the market and will be picked up primarily by HE and FE readerships, but also by trainers wanting to find out about the opportunities offered by these new technologies.
Children’s books often include bright colours, pop-ups and other tactile learning tools, so you can stimulate the .
Children’s books often include bright colours, pop-ups and other tactile learning tools, so you can stimulate the development of multiple skills at a time. Reading with a baby is also a great opportunity to work on vocabulary. Toddlers may enjoy going to the library, looking through books, reading them together with their parents and choosing their favourites to take home. If you can get a toddler excited about reading, they are well on their way! Show them plenty of print.