Quiz Chapter 1 - #1 CHAPTER1:KnowingChildren'sLiterature Multiplechoice Name 1 a b language c

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Children’s Literature Quiz #1 Name ________________________ CHAPTER 1: Knowing Children's Literature Multiple-choice 1. Literature is defined as a. an illumination of the human condition b. the imaginative shaping of life and thought into the forms and structures of                language c. a three-dimensional process involving the book, the author, and the reader d. writing that produces aesthetic experiences 2. Literature for children is characterized as a. books that appropriately reflect the emotions and experiences of children today b. books that have a child protagonist c. books that rightfully include emotions of nostalgia, cynicism, and despair d. the same as literature for adults except that authors write down to children's level 3. The greatest personal value that literature gives to children is a. enjoyment b. a well-developed imagination c. vicarious experience d. insight into human behavior 4. It is likely that  Where the Wild Things Are  has become a classic for children because a it has scary monsters b. its hero takes an imaginary trip c. it taps the wellsprings of the stories d. it shows that parents are inconsistent 5. Pictures in children's books a can enrich the child's imagination b.  can interfere with children's ability to visualize
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2011 for the course EN 196 taught by Professor Cowling during the Spring '11 term at North Central Missouri College.

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Quiz Chapter 1 - #1 CHAPTER1:KnowingChildren'sLiterature Multiplechoice Name 1 a b language c

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