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Teaching literature in the elementary school.

Norine Odland

Teaching literature in the elementary school.

by Norine Odland

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Published by National Council of Teachers of English, Educational Resources Information Center, Clearinghouse on the Teaching of English in Champaign, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literature -- Study and teaching (Elementary)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 55-58.

    SeriesNCTE/ERIC studies in the teaching of English
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1575 .O3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 58 p.
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5298127M
    ISBN 100814138481
    LC Control Number72078446

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The Contemporary Children's Literature Program (CCL) was introduced into English classes in Malaysian primary schools in with the aim of improving English language teaching through the introduction of storybooks or children's literature.

A study was done to examine issues in the implementation of the CCL program in three primary. The child as critic: Teaching literature in the elementary school (New aims in children's literature) [Sloan, Glenna Davis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The child as critic: Teaching literature in the elementary school (New aims in children's literature)Cited by: 4. stress the need for teaching literature in the elementary school. Professional books and educational journals outline an almost un-ending list of values which should result from a child's contact with good literature.

Good books, inspired and knowledgeable teachers, and a well-defined program are prescribed as essential ingredients in pro. The titles in this book list are filled with the ups and downs of elementary school and the everyday experiences that all kids can relate to.

From bad report cards and terrible teachers to transitioning to a new grade and dealing with bullies, authors like Louis Sachar, Judy Blume, and Andrew Clements perfectly capture the elementary experience. Books Elementary Teachers need to read Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.

This article will describe ways you can introduce various literature genres with your elementary school students. Skip to content Give Us a Call. x2 | [email protected] children’s literature is meant for children, be it read, viewed or heard.

She added that children want to derive fun from reading a book and there is a need for children’s book to teach good moral values. The CCL Program was implemented in the year as an intensive reading program by the.

program, literature as a subject in the elementary school deserves a special period to itself and should appear as such on the class schedule, with adequate time al lowed for teaching it. Literature teaching does mean that pupils receive a planned pro gram of activities designed to achieve certain stated objectives.

In this context "literature" refers. genres of literature (i.e. poetry, short fiction, drama and novel) to language teaching and some problems encountered by language teachers within the area of teaching English through literature (i.e. lack of preparation in the area of literature teaching in TESL / TEFL programs, absence of clear-cut objectives.

Sloan, Glenna Davis This book is intended for teachers, prospective teachers, language arts supervisors, designers of curriculum, and others interested in the teaching of English in the elementary school.

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Begin by focusing on the macro. The context and need here is clear enough I think [ ]. Students need books that mirror their own experiences and if you teach literature that you love, your students will be more likely to love it too.

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The theories of teaching literature embodied in the book are derived from years of experiment in teaching classes in the Laboratory School of the University of Chicago under the guidance of John Dewey. The material originated as lectures on the subject for teachers in training.

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-Teacher Guides on Literature (Pro ) Provides guides by book or story title. Short Stories for Children () Provides short stories with "early America" pictures to illustrate. Lists-Children's Literature Web Guide; Best Books for Children by Age Level (). features free Literature lesson plans.

Literature printables, Literature worksheets, and more. Free teaching materials and educational resources for Literature teachers. Teaching students to think critically about the kinds of stories books are telling is just as important as having a diverse array of literature in the classroom, said Lifshitz.

No matter how much. Lists about: Fun Books for Elementary Schoolers, Read In school Or For A Class and Liked it!, Boy Friendly Picture Books, Best Children's Classics, Best. When encouraging your students to read literature, start with your students where they are.

There is bound to be some type of writing that is of interest to even the least engaged students. Start by assigning reading from the areas that interest your students. This may mean giving them fables, comic books or songs to read. Teaching elementary school requires a series of competences.

Teachers usually make differences in young lives, a process, which requires patience, dedication, knowledge and hard work. Teachers are well prepared by taking courses in maths, history, English, science.

TheHomeSchoolMom. Homeschooling help and encouragement from experienced homeschoolers - find out how homeschooling works and how to start, get tips & ideas for when things need adjusting, read curriculum reviews before buying, learn how online schools work, gain confidence about homeschooling high school, and more.This book is intended as a resource for preservice and practicing teachers who want to build, extend, or enliven a program in which students explore the expanding world of children's literature.

The book's author draws on her 30 years as an elementary school teacher and student of literary/literacy learning to present a theoretically grounded and eminently practical vision for teaching.