Approaches to Literature Through Authors

Framsida
Oryx Press, 1993 - 237 sidor


After fourteen years of success in a K-6 school and a K-8 magnet school, the author shares the methods and techniques for using the works of popular or important authors and award-winning illustrators to teach students reading skills for recognizing styles, themes, and subjects. In addition, using this approach affords educators the unique opportunity of sharing the enjoyment of literature and appreciation for stylistic technique.

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An Author Approach to Literature
1
The Caldecott Club
10
The Cleary Club
55
Contemporary Realistic Fiction
76
Shifting Levels of Fantasy
112
A Literary Family Reunion
160
Shakespeare His World and Ours
184
Index
231
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Om författaren (1993)

MARY ELIZABETH WILDBERGER is a nationwide consultant in media arts. She received an M.A. in instructional technology from Towson State University, Towson, Maryland, and is a member of the American Library Association and the American Association of School Librarians. Ms. Wildberger is a contributor to School Library Media Activities Monthly and has authored curriculum guides for the Maryland State Department of Education. In 1975, she won an Emmy from the Washington DC Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for her contributions to the public television series Once Upon a Town, and is a past recipient of the ALA John Cotton Dana award.

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