Storytime: young children's literary understanding in the classroom
The author draws on his own extensive research in urban classrooms to present a grounded theoretical model of young children's understanding of picture storybooks. Advancing a much broader and deeper theory of literary understanding, the author suggests that children respond in five different ways during picture storybook readalounds; that these responses reveal that children are engaged in five different types of literary meaning-making; and that these five types of meaning-making are instantiations of five foundational aspects of literary understanding.
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A careful and thoughtful analysis of young children's early literary responses and development of responses. There are not many educational or LIS studies that have this combination of research ...
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Though the book is billed as one for both researchers and teachers, I would say that it certainly leans towards the academic versus the practitioner. Of particular interest is Sipes use of ...
FIVE ASPECTS OF LITERARY UNDERSTANDING
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