This is not a revision but an entirely updated volume of selected high-quality literature published from 1986 to 1993. Volume 2 shows how to create a literature-based program--either thematic or across the curriculum--based on quality contemporary and classic literature. The authors explain how to select the most appropriate books and how to use them in the classroom to encourage learning through literature. Each volume contains six chapters arranged by grade level and divided into units covering books on a particular topic or theme, books by a particular author, or books of a particular type or genre.In literature, rite of passage refers to an event in the plot that causes the character to grow or that shows the character acting as an adult for the first time. ... Encourage the children to include passages they feel may foreshadow later events, those that show character growth, and the event that serves as Lukea#39;s rite of ... While reading Bill Wallacea#39; sFerret in the Bedroom, Lizards Fourth Grade/ Fifth Grade 211.
|Title||:||Developing learning skills through children's literature|
|Author||:||Mildred Laughlin, Letty S. Watt, Terri Parker Street|
|Publisher||:||Oryx Pr - 1994-04|