A Celebration of Literature and Response: Children, Books, and Teachers in K-8 Classrooms
Reinforced by teachers' experiences in actual classrooms, this book provides a wealth of ideas for projects, readings, and response-based activities that will engage all learners in the joy of reading and responding to literature. It blends an appreciation of children's books across all genres with an emphasis on meaningful instructional strategies for literacy programs. Coverage of multicultural/international literature helps illustrate the universality of themes in children's literature--providing a basis for establishing a library of literature that expresses the totality of children's experiences and speaks to children from all cultures and backgrounds. Coverage is based on Louise Rosenblatt's transactional theory of reader response, and organized around five main "celebrations" that the author uses as a framework for uniting the findings of reader-response theory with quality children's literature and exemplary reflective, literature-based practice. Includes expanded coverage on multicultural/international literature--including numerous examples of children's literature written and published in other countries. Includes extensive coverage of reader responses to literature--oral and written responses, as well as those made through the visual arts. For teachers of Children's Literature.
I. CELEBRATING LITERATURE, RESPONSE, AND TEACHING. 1. Literature, Teaching, and Reader Response: Balancing Books and Readers in the Classroom.
II. CELEBRATING LITERATURE AND LITERARY GENRES. 3. The Art of the Picture Book: The Balance of Text and Illustration.
III. CELEBRATING RESPONSE CONNECTIONS TO LITERATURE. 9. Talking About Books: From Oral Response to Literature Circles.
IV. CELEBRATING INTERTEXTUAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY CONNECTIONS. 14. Interdisciplinary and Intertextual Connections: Response through Literature Clusters, Theme Explorations, and Twin Texts.
V. CELEBRATING RESPONSE GROWTH THROUGH ASSESSMENT. 15. Documenting Response to Literature: Authentic Perspectives.
(c) 2004, 448 pp., Paper
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Review: A Celebration of Literature and Response: Children, Books, and Teachers in K-8 Classrooms (3rd Edition)User Review - Goodreads
I skimmed selected chapters assigned for class. A lot of the information seemed to be common knowledge but I have read lots of books/articles about teaching reading. I did find the lists of books very handy, especially when looking for specific genres.
Review: A Celebration of Literature and Response: Children, Books, and Teachers in K-8 Classrooms (3rd Edition)User Review - Lauren - Goodreads
I was hoping that this book would be of use in my classroom, but the information was so general, I found it to be almost useless. This would be good introduction for a teacher with ABSOLUTELY no ... Read full review
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