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Children"s literature for dramatization

Geraldine Brain Siks

Children"s literature for dramatization

an anthology.

by Geraldine Brain Siks

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Published by Harper& Row .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination331p.,22cm
Number of Pages331
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19512426M

This article is about the British Council's Young Learners Centre in Paris and how they use children's literature in their teaching of English Finally, we look for stories that offer a concrete outcome in the form of dramatization, related songs and rhymes, book-making, making a game, a quiz/competition, poster-design, project work, etc/5(42). Children's literature in English, literature for children up to early adolescence, has been written since the midth century. It was originally a literature in which portrayals of life in the new country - confrontations with and adaptations to the landscape and the native peoples, colonizing the territories and then creating and developing a.

Children's Literature for Dramatization: Siks, Geraldine Brain: Books - or: Geraldine Brain Siks. Professor M O Grenby charts the rise of children’s literature throughout the 18th century, explaining how books for children increasingly blended entertainment with instruction. Jane Eyre and the rebellious child. Sally Shuttleworth. Drawing on children’s literature, educational texts and Charlotte Brontë’s own childhood experience.

Academic criticism of children's literature enjoys a healthy representation in refereed magazines in electronic and print form. To find these articles begin your database search using keywords that reflect the specificity of your research, then broaden Author: Juliet O'Conor. children's literature, writing whose primary audience is children. See also children's book illustration children's book illustration, any type of picture or decorative work produced for books specifically intended for a youthful audience.


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