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Using the literature

Sheila Dale

Using the literature

by Sheila Dale

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Published by Open University in Milton Keynes .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared by Sheila Dale for the course team.
SeriesP252 UL, An ageing population; UL
ContributionsOpen University. Ageing Population Course Team.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20910666M

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Using other pre-reading strategies will increase student comprehension and recollections. If the text has features for each chapter, such as chapter objectives, outlines, preview, and reviews, use them to have students focus on key points. (For other reading strategies, see Reading in the Content Area in the eTeach archive.).

Read Fitch O'Connell's article on teaching with literature; Take a look at BritLit materials on this site; Download the BritLit e-book about using literature in the classroom; Watch Fitch O'Connell's BritLit seminar in Manchester; Literature in ELT The use of literature in the ELT classroom is enjoying a revival for a number of reasons/5(22). An upper-elementary or middle grade unit using trade books to integrate history and literature. World War II as Seen Through the Eyes of Children's Literature. An elaborate unit. American Children's Literature. A collection of 12 units (including the one immediately above) from the Yale-New Haven Teacher's Institute.

Using the Document-Based Questions Technique for Literature: Lois Lowry's The Giver takes a fresh look at the classic novel of a utopia gone bad. Primary source documents related to the theme and subject of The Giver, arranged under an overarching unit question and followed by questions, help students make connections between literature and their : $   According to the publisher, Learning Language Arts Through Literature “is a fully integrated language arts program that teaches grammar, reading, spelling, vocabulary, writing mechanics, creative writing, thinking skills and more. For example, a basal program may teach adjectives separately from other skills. The student may be asked to fill in blanks with adjectives and circle Reviews:


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Here's how I teach using Literature Circles: On a Monday I set out five different sets of books, varying in reading level, but appropriate for first graders. Each child chooses a book. I don't worry if the book is written at the child's reading level. I have a parent letter and Activity Sheet that goes home with the book.

Children's literature or juvenile literature includes stories, books, magazines, and poems that are made for children. Modern children's literature is classified in two different ways: genre or the intended age of the reader. Children's literature can be traced to stories and songs, part of a wider oral tradition, that adults shared with children before publishing existed.

Reason #2: Literature circles allow students to make choices about their learning. Students are usually given the opportunity to select one of several books that they'd like to read. They can also have a say about who to be with in a book group.

All children desperately need more opportunities to make choices in school. Choice leads to deeper. The Doorbell Rang is a great book to introduce division. So, as you can see, the possibilities are almost endless. Talk to your local librarian to see if she can give you more ideas about connecting math and literature.

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Covering Green's The Fault in Our Stars, Collins' The Hunger Games, Selznick's The Invention of Hugo Cabret, Rowling's Wizarding World, Staake's Bluebird and Winton's Lockie Leonard, contributors consider how literature can be used for teaching literary literacy, creative writing, intercultural learning, critical pedagogy and deep reading.

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It is designed to be a supplemental text to guide teachers in designing literacy instruction.