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- Duncan, Diane
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- 41 Line drawings, black and white
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- 50:B&W 7.44 x 9.69 in or 246 x 189 mm (Crown 4vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
- 453 g
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Teaching Children's Literature
Making Stories Work in the Classroom
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'A significant and inspiring contribution to the teaching of children's literature.' --Michael Morpurgo 'This is one of the best books I've looked at for a while.' - Graham Smith, PGCE course director, University of Northampton '[The book] looks fantastic and spot on for our students. [The layout is] most pleasing and accessible.' - Joanna Moxham, course director for BA QTS undergraduate ITT course 'Di Duncan's book, Teaching Children's Literature, is outstanding in respect of its scholarship and depth of research, yet presented in an accessible way, with an array of practical suggestions and useful contacts. Di Duncan is to be congratulated on producing such a wonderful book.' -- Denis Hayes, University of Plymouth, UK 'What a superb resource. As a primary school teacher I can honestly say that this book is exactly what teaching should be all about. The creative and inspiring ideas and activities bring each of the well chosen texts to life. Teaching Children's Literature is a reminder that Literacy lessons can be fun, rewarding and taught in this way will most definitely enable our children to achieve the highest of goals. To have written a book that perfectly meets the needs of teachers who want to introduce or extend the use of drama within the curriculum is a fantastic achievement.' - David Allen, Deputy Head, Nascot Wood Junior School
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Diane Duncan, formerly a primary headteacher and university lecturer is now an educational researcher, writer and consultant. She is also a visiting lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire.
Acknowledgements Preface Introduction 1. Part 1- Teaching Michael Morpurgo Part 2 - Michael Morpurgo, Weaver of Magic 2. Part 1 - Teaching Anthony Browne Part 2 - The Art of Anthony Browne's Picture Books 3. Part 1 - Teaching Philip Pullman Part 2 - Philip Pullman: Parallel Worlds and Penny Dreadfuls 4. Part 1 Teaching Comics Part 2 - Powers and Responsibilities: Comic Books in Education 5. Part 1 - Teaching Jacqueline Wilson - Part 2 Jacqueline Wilson: Girls Behaving Badly ... 6. Part 1 - Harry Potter and the Magic of Film Part 2 - J.K. Rowling: Love, Loss and Magic Children's Literature Journals and Magazines Bibliography Index