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This engaging book applies reader response theory to children's literature methods to help new and experienced teachers best involve kindergarteners through eighth graders in literature and literacy. Authentic student responses open chapters, book clusters and the accompanying CD database of children's literature provide guidance for involving students with literature, and Literature Resources on the Web guide users to lesson plans, standards, author interviews, projects, and other Internet resources to enrich teaching.For teachers of Children's Literature.
Table of Contents
|Celebrating Literature, Response, and Teaching|
|Literature, Teaching, and Reader Response: Balancing Books and Readers in the Classroom|
|Reader Response to Literature: From Rosenblatt's Theory to Research to Classroom Practice|
|The Art of the Picture Book: The Blending Illustration and Text|
|Traditional Tales and Modern Fantasy: The Domain of Imagination|
|Poetry: The Power and Pleasure of Language|
|Realistic and Historical Fiction: The Boundary of Reality|
|Biography and Informational Books: The Realm of Nonfiction|
|Multicultural and International Literature: Appreciating Cultural and Global Diversity|
|Celebrating Response Connections|
|Talking About Books: From Oral Response to Literature Conversations|
|Literature Response Journals: Written Reflections during Reading|
|Literature as a Model for Writing: Apprenticing the Author's Craft|
|Drama, Art, and Music: Expressive Arts as Response|
|Response to Nonfiction: Blending Efferent and Aesthetic Response|
|Celebrating Intertextual and Interdisciplinary Connections|
|Interdisciplinary and Intertextual Connections: Response through Literature Clusters, Theme Explorations, and Twin Texts/Technology|
|Celebrating Response Growth Through Assessment|
|Documenting Response to Literature: Authentic Perspectives|
|Children's Book Awards and Recognition|
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