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History S Children

Author : Anna Clark
ISBN : 0868408638
Genre : Education
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What is it about Australian history? Students dismiss the subject for being boring while politicians and concerned parents fret over their lack of historical knowledge. The classroom has become the battleground of the ‘history wars’, yet no-one ever asks the children what they think about Australian history and what they like—or don't about learning it. Through interviews with around 250 Australian students from a wide variety of schools, Anna Clark asks how teachers and students teach and learn Australian history. This book is a lively and often surprising read that throws all kinds of challenges to students, teachers and indeed, politicians.
Category: Education

History And The Construction Of The Child In Early British Children S Literature

Author : Jackie C. Horne
ISBN : 9781317121695
Genre : Literary Criticism
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How did the 'flat' characters of eighteenth-century children's literature become 'round' by the mid-nineteenth? While previous critics have pointed to literary Romanticism for an explanation, Jackie C. Horne argues that this shift can be better understood by looking to the discipline of history. Eighteenth-century humanism believed the purpose of history was to teach private and public virtue by creating idealized readers to emulate. Eighteenth-century children's literature, with its impossibly perfect protagonists (and its equally imperfect villains) echoes history's exemplar goals. Exemplar history, however, came under increasing pressure during the period, and the resulting changes in historiographical practice - an increased need for reader engagement and the widening of history's purview to include the morals, manners, and material lives of everyday people - find their mirror in changes in fiction for children. Horne situates hitherto neglected Robinsonades, historical novels, and fictionalized histories within the cultural, social, and political contexts of the period to trace the ways in which idealized characters gradually gave way to protagonists who fostered readers' sympathetic engagement. Horne's study will be of interest to specialists in children's literature, the history of education, and book history.
Category: Literary Criticism

Reading History In Children S Books

Author : Catherine Butler
ISBN : 9780230278080
Genre : History
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This book offers a critical account of historical books about Britain written for children, including realist novels, non-fiction, fantasy and alternative histories. It also investigates the literary, ideological and philosophical challenges involved in writing about the past, especially for an audience whose knowledge of history is often limited.
Category: History

A History Of Child Welfare

Author : Eve P. Smith
ISBN : 1412816106
Genre : Political Science
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As we approach the year 2000, infant mortality rates, child placement dilemmas, and appropriate socialization of children continue to challenge the field of child welfare. It is thus especially significant to reflect on the history of child welfare. The carefully selected topics explored in this volume underscore the importance of recovering past events and themes still relevant. It is the aim of this volume to illumine current issues by a review of past struggles and problems. A History of Child Welfare offers many examples of practices that have direct import for those who struggle to support children. Who is not bothered by what seem to be increasing acts of violence by children against children? The role of hidden cruelty to children in perpetuating violence is illuminated by studying the past. Historians and social researchers have gone far in examining the family, and by implication, their revelations greatly increase society's complex responses to children over time from early assumptions that children were little more than miniature adults to the discovery of childhood as a special developmental period. At the start of this century women still did not have universal suffrage and brutal child labor was not unusual. Harsh legal codes separating the races were widespread, and those bent on improving the lot of children knew that reform meant commitment to an uphill struggle. By the end of the century, much has changed: child labor, while still present, has been outlawed in most industries, women vote and hold many high offices; and de jure racial segregation is largely a memory. Yet the state of children remains precarious, with poverty a persistent theme throughout the century. The fifteen articles in this volume cover a wide range of social conditions, public policies, and approaches to problem solving. Though history does not repeat itself precisely, problems, controversies about solutions, and certain themes do. A History of Child Welfare takes up social and economic conditions that correlate with increasing rates of child abuse and neglect, and an increasing number of children in out-of-home care. This volume distinguishes approaches that have been useful from those that have failed. In this way, these serious reflections help build on past successes and avoid previous errors.
Category: Political Science

Aspects And Issues In The History Of Children S Literature

Author : Maria Nikolajeva
ISBN : 0313296146
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Scholars from 10 countries address children's literature as a literary art form and provide an international perspective on its history and evolution.
Category: Literary Criticism

A Critical History Of French Children S Literature

Author : Penelope E. Brown
ISBN : 9781135871949
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This two-volume critical history of French children’s literature from 1600 to the present helps bring awareness of the range, quality, and importance of French children’s literature to a wider audience. The works of a number of French writers, notably La Fontaine, Charles Perrault, Jules Verne, and Saint-Exupéry were, and continue to be, widely translated and adapted, and have influenced the development of the genre in other countries.
Category: Literary Criticism

The History Of Good Children

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ISBN : HARVARD:HN5DRT
Genre : Sunday school literature
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Category: Sunday school literature

The History And Theory Of Children S Citizenship In Contemporary Societies

Author : Brian Milne
ISBN : 9789400765214
Genre : Philosophy
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This book examines the notion of children having full citizenship. It does so historically, through intellectual discourse, beliefs, and moral and ideological positions on children. It looks at the status and extent of knowledge of the position of children covering about 2500 years. The book takes European and other cultures, traditions and beliefs into consideration. It reflects on the topic from a variety of disciplines, including social sciences, theology and philosophy. The book places children’s citizenship in the centre of children’s rights discourse. Part of the work is a critical appraisal of ‘children’s participation’ because it diverts attention away from children as members of society toward being a separable group. The book moves on from child participation using a children’s rights based argument toward examination of the relationship of the child with the state, i.e. as potentially full member citizens. ​
Category: Philosophy

Children Teachers And Schools In The History Of British Columbia 2e

Author : Jean Barman
ISBN : 9781550592511
Genre : Education
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This new edition explores the myriad ways that education, broadly defined, molds each of us in profound and enduring ways. Laid against the supporting scaffolding of modern critical theory, the chapters offer cutting edge perspectives of going to school in British Columbia. How has education been tailored by race, class, gender? How do representations of schools and schooling change over time and whose interests are served? What echoes of current tensions can we hear in the past? The book offers a glimpse of the deep contradictions inherent in an experience that we all share.
Category: Education

History Stories For Children

Author : Teacher Manual
ISBN : 1932971084
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Teacher's Manual for History Stories for Children, 2nd Edition. Grade 3.
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A History Of Children S Play And Play Environments

Author : Joe L. Frost
ISBN : 9781135251673
Genre : Education
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Children’s play throughout history has been free, spontaneous, and intertwined with work, set in the playgrounds of the fields, streams, and barnyards. Children in cities enjoyed similar forms of play but their playgrounds were the vacant lands and parks. Today, children have become increasingly inactive, abandoning traditional outdoor play for sedentary, indoor cyber play and poor diets. The consequences of play deprivation, the elimination and diminution of recess, and the abandonment of outdoor play are fundamental issues in a growing crisis that threatens the health, development, and welfare of children. This valuable book traces the history of children’s play and play environments from their roots in ancient Greece and Rome to the present time in the high stakes testing environment. Through this exploration, scholar Dr. Joe Frost shows how this history informs where we are today and why we need to re-establish play as a priority. Ultimately, the author proposes active solutions to play deprivation. This book is a must-read for scholars, researchers, and students in the fields of early childhood education and child development.
Category: Education

Children In History

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ISBN : 0602261902
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The New Reading 360 series is designed to provide a solid literary foundation for infants and build on previous literacy knowledge for juniors. Readers help to develop literacy skills and build up confidence. The titles in this set are: A school bag; Animal lore; Children in history; Another time, another place; and Run for it!.
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The Bible History Hunt For Children Teens And Adults

Author : N.L. Frazer Jr.
ISBN : 9781449738235
Genre : Self-Help
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The question-search-answer format of the book is designed to enhance concentration, comprehension, and confidence by having the reader follow specific instructions in a repeated fashion until attention to detail becomes heightened in the thinking process.
Category: Self-Help

Puffin History Of India For Children 2

Author : Roshen Dalal
ISBN : 0143335464
Genre : India
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The Companion Volume To The Best-Selling Puffin History Of India For Children: 3000 Bc Ad 1947, Roshen Dalal S New History Of Post-Independence India Tells The Story Of The Making Of The Nation That We Live In, And The Events And Personalities That Have Shaped It In Recent Times. The Puffin History Of India For Children: 1947 To The Present Begins At A Turning Point Of Indian History, As India Attains Independence And The British Withdraw From The Subcontinent. Independent India S First Few Years Are Eventful And Epoch-Making: Before The Traumas Of Partition And Of The Assassination Of Mahatma Gandhi Have Fully Subsided, The Focus Must Shift To Laying The Blueprint Of The New Nation, With The Making Of The Constitution, The Integration Of The 565 Princely States, The Setting-Up Of The Administrative, Legislative And Judiciary Systems, And The Establishment Of An Infrastructure For Industry And Agriculture. The Author Follows This Key Period In Indian History Closely, From The First Republic Day Celebrations In 1950 To The First General Elections In 1952, And The Implementation Of The Subsequent Agendas For Social And Economic Development Envisaged By Jawaharlal Nehru. In A Lucid And Informal Style, The Book Then Tells The Fascinating Story Of India Over The Next Fifty Years, Beginning With The Premierships Of Nehru, Lal Bahadur Shastri And Indira Gandhi And Proceeding To Jayaprakash Narayan And The Emergency, The Ousting Of The Congress Party And The Rule Of The Janata Government Headed By Morarji Desai. The Author Describes The Dramatic Turnarounds Of The 1980S And 90S, From Indira Gandhi S Return To Power To Her Subsequent Assassination, Rajiv Gandhi S Prime Ministership, The Governments Of V.P. Singh And P.V. Narasimha Rao, And The Bharatiya Janata Party S Rise To Power, With Atal Bihari Vajpayee Heading A National Democratic Alliance Government. Along With Periods Of Growth, The Book Looks Closely At Times Of Turbulence: The Indo-China War Of 1962, The War With Pakistan In 1965, The 1971 Bangladesh War, And The Demolition Of The Babri Masjid In 1992. It Also Analyses Some Issues That Are Key To The Recent History Of The Nation: Economic Liberalization, The Harmful Effects Of Terrorism And Sectarian Movements On The National Fabric, The Kargil Conflict, India S Attainment Of Nuclear Capability And Its Progress Into The New Millennium As The World S Largest Democracy. This Is Not Merely A Political History Of India. It Tells The Story Of India S People From An Account Of The Social And Economic Changes That Have Taken Place Since Independence, To Art And Culture In Independent India. Colourful Descriptions, Informative Nuggets And Lively Analyses Make The Book Immensely Readable. An Attractive Layout, Profuse Illustrations, Detailed Maps And A Thorough Index Add To Its Value. A Long Chapter Outlines The History Of Each Individual State And Union Territory, Full Of Information That Will Be Invaluable To The Student As Well As The Casual Browser. Well-Researched, Concise, Unbiased And Engaging, This Is A Contemporary History Of India That Should Be Essential Reading For Children Of All Ages.
Category: India

Royal Children Of English History

Author : Edith Nesbit
ISBN : 9783846099940
Genre : History
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Reprint of the original, first published in 1897.
Category: History

The Puffin History Of India For Children 3000 Bc Ad 1947

Author : Roshen Dalal
ISBN : 0143335448
Genre : India
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In An Informal, Engaging Style, The Puffin History Of India For Children 3000 Bc To Ad 1947 Tells The Fascinating Story Of Our Land From The Indus Valley Civilization To Independence. Tracing The Social, Political, Cultural And Economic Development Of India, The Book Focuses On The High Points Of Indian History: The Vedic Age, The Mauryan Empire, The Gupta Period, The Battle Of Panipat, The Conquests Of Alauddin Khilji, Who Had The Largest Empire Since Ashoka, The Bahmani And Vijayanagara Kingdoms And Their Conflicts, The Rule Of Akbar, Shahjahan And Aurangzeb And The Building Of The Taj Mahal, The British Conquest, The 1857 Revolt, The Nationalist Movement And, Finally, The Triumph Of Independence. The Contribution Of The Important Personalities Who Shaped This History, From Mahavira, Buddha, Alexander, Ashoka, Harsha And Babur To Tipu Sultan, Ranjit Singh, Mahatma Gandhi, Subhash Chandra Bose And Jawaharlal Nehru, Is Vividly Described In Fascinating Detail. Every Now And Then The Narrative Pauses To Dwell On The Social And Cultural Life Of The People, And The Political, Economic And Religious Changes That Have Been Wrought Over Centuries, Providing A Comprehensive Picture Of What Life Was Like In India At Various Points Of Time. The Colourful Description Of People, Events And Cultures, Complemented By A Host Of Illustrations And Maps, Brings History Dramatically To Life For The Reader.
Category: India

Child Sized History

Author : Sara L. Schwebel
ISBN : 9780826517944
Genre : Education
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For more than three decades, the same children's historical novels have been taught across the United States. Honored for their literary quality and appreciated for their alignment with social studies curricula, the books have flourished as schools moved from whole-language to phonics and from student-centered learning to standardized testing. Books like Johnny Tremain, The Witch of Blackbird Pond, Island of the Blue Dolphins, and Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry stimulate children's imagination, transporting them into the American past and projecting them into an American future. As works of historical interpretation, however, many are startlingly out of step with current historiography and social sensibilities, especially with regard to race. Unlike textbooks, which are replaced on regular cycles and subjected to public tugs-of-war between the left and right, historical novels have simply--and quietly--endured. Taken individually, many present troubling interpretations of the American past. But embraced collectively, this classroom canon provides a rare pedagogical opportunity: it captures a range of interpretive voices across time and place, a kind of "people's history" far removed from today's state-sanctioned textbooks. Teachers who employ historical novels in the classroom can help students recognize and interpret historical narrative as the product of research, analytical perspective, and the politics of the time. In doing so, they sensitize students to the ways in which the past is put to moral and ideological uses in the present. Featuring separate chapters on American Indians, war, and slavery, Child-Sized History tracks the changes in how young readers are taught to conceptualize history and the American nation.
Category: Education

Black History

Author : Ginetta V. Hamilton
ISBN : 9781449073848
Genre : History
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Someone Forgot to Teach the Children will alert the readers to the "urgency" of reaching out and teaching our children the strong, rich heritage of Black people in America. This book connects the present to the past in such a meaningful way that the readers will be empowered to make a difference while moving forward.
Category: History