Drawing from 30 years of teaching and professional development experience, this book offers a roadmap for using children's literature to provide authentic learning. Featuring a storytellers voice, each chapter includes a case study about how a particular fiction or nonfiction work can be used in an early childhood classroom; a series of open-ended questions to help readers construct their own inquiry units; and a bibliography of childrens literature. This book provides a unique synthesis of ideas based on constructivist approaches to learning, including the importance of positive dispositions and learning communities, the nature of higher order thinking, and the relationship between methods such as guided inquiry in the sciences and balanced literacy.St. Cloud, MN: North Star Press. HynesBerry, M. ... Mosaicof thought: The power of comprehension strategyinstruction (2nded.).Portsmouth, NH: ... Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision aamp; Curriculum Development. Kraus, A. (1998) ... Ready, set, science!: Putting research to work in Ka8 science classrooms. Washingtonanbsp;...
|Title||:||Don't Leave the Story in the Book|
|Publisher||:||Teachers College Press - 2015-04-24|