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Bruner+_1984_ - Seven Chinese Sisters (by Kathy Tucker) to...

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Bruner (1984)  Question: What did you think of the reaction of the  Head Start teacher after the student said:  "That mother-f……., son-of-a ……” in  reference to the wolf from  Little Red Riding  Hood ? What would you have done in the  teacher’s situation? 
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Bruner (1984) (point to consider) Bruner on p. 200, suggests that we  begin by making reading an instrument  for entering possible worlds of human  experience – as drama, story, or tale –  in order to bring it as close as possible  to the forms in which children already  know spoken language best. 
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Children’s Book  Recommendation: Based on the previous slide I’d like to suggest the book: The 
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Unformatted text preview: Seven Chinese Sisters (by Kathy Tucker) to let children penetrate possible worlds, worlds beyond the mundanities of here and now (Bruner, p. 196). Overview Once there were seven Chinese sisters who lived together and took care of each other. Each one had a special talent. When baby Seventh Sister is snatched by a hungry dragon, her loving sisters race to save her. In this delightful update of a classic Chinese folk tale, each sister uses her talent in a surprising way to rescue baby Seventh Sisterand even Seventh Sister turns out to have an unexpected skill!...
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