Books to Begin On Study Guide
1. Discuss the attitudes, concepts, and skills needed to become a strong reader.
2. Define First Books.: Is a familiar story and characters. Multicultural aspects. Babies
3. Discuss the preferred construction of
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Crime/Human Behavior UI 309
Crime and Religion
1. In your opinion why is supernatural benevolence not as strong a deterrent to crime as
In my opinion I believe supernatural benevolence i
Notes for Chapter 4, Traditional Literature 102-127
Perspective on Traditional Literature
Define Traditional Literature.
Traditional literature refers to all of the stories born of the oral tradition, the stories most often labeled as
Modern Fantasy, Ch. 5, please read and have notes by Thursday March
Please outline your notes as follows: Include BOLD titles, please.
Fantasy for Today's Child
List the 4 values of reading fantasies, especially for children. (133)
Chapter 3: Picture Books Be sure to give your notes a title and
use BOLD headings to identify information.
Define picture book.
Picture books are those books where images and ideas join to form a
different unique whole. The illustrations a
Chapter 6 Objectives End your notes by explaining why poetry
is so important for students to read.
In the sections of this chapter you will read and find the following:
THE MEANING OF POETRY Define poetry and explain the difference in poetry for adults an
Ch. 2 Understanding Childrens Responses to Literature
Childrens READING INTERESTS AND PREFERENCESWhy important to
teachers or parents?
Teachers and parents need to choose books based on childrens interests and
preferences because it keeps
Knowing Childrens Literature: Chapter 1 Notes
Distinguish between literature for children and literature for adults. Define each one.
(See page 4 for a definition of childrens literature)
Childrens literature is the written works that reflect
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1. Picture book (pg.65)
- Picturebooks are those books in which images and ideas join to form a unique whole.
- The illustrations are as much a part of our experience with the book as the written t
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Understanding Childrens Responses to Literature
Childrens READING INTRESESTS AND PREFERENCES- Why important to teachers or parents? (pg. 29)
- If we are to reverse this trend, teachers, librarians
1) My book is Do You Want to Be My Friend, by Eric Carle.
2.) Do You Want to Be My Friend is about a small grey mouse that tries to find the perfect friend
by asking various animals if they want to be his friend.
3.) Author and illustrator,
Topic Proposal for LI 243 Final Project
The age range for my set of books is 6-9 years old, which is the equivalent of 1st-3rd
grade. The themes in my books are mainly diversity, emotions, and learning to handle difficult
1. What does traditional literature refer to and what two American writers do we associate with
2. What are folktales?
Folktales: forms of narrative written or oral which have been handed down over the
3. Name and describe e