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Telling Children S Stories

Author : Michael Cadden
ISBN : 9780803234093
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The most accessible approach yet to children's literature and narrative theory,Telling Children's Storiesis a comprehensive collection of never-before-published essays by an international slate of scholars that offers a broad yet in-depth assessment of narrative strategies unique to children's literature. The volume is divided into four interrelated sections: "Genre Templates and Transformations," "Approaches to the Picture Book," "Narrators and Implied Readers," and "Narrative Time." Mike Cadden's introduction considers the links between the various essays and topics, as well as their connections with such issues as metafiction, narrative ethics, focalization, and plotting. Ranging in focus from picture books to novels such asTo Kill a Mockingbird, from detective fiction for children to historical tales, from new works such as the Lemony Snicket series to classics likeTom's Midnight Garden, these essays explore notions of montage and metaphor, perspective and subjectivity, identification and time. Together, they comprise a resource that will interest and instruct scholars of narrative theory and children's literature, and that will become critically important to the understanding and development of both fields.
Category: Literary Criticism

Telling Tales

Author : Amit Dasgupta
ISBN : 812240748X
Genre : Children
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Wonderful Stories Have Been Written For Children In India. These Are Available In Different Regional Languages But Little Effort Has Gone Into Popularising Them Or Making People Aware Of The Considerable Literature Available On The Subject. It May Come As A Matter Of Surprise To Some That The Panchatantra Tales Left The Shores Of India Several Years Ago And Has Found Ready Acceptance In Many Parts Of The World. The Stories Have Been Adapted To Suit Local Conditions But Their Essence Has Remained The Same.This Volume Contains Articles From Some Of The Leading Exponents In The Field Of Children'S Literature In India. The Canopic Spread Touches Various Interesting Aspects Such As Mythologies, Illustrations, Children'S Libraries, Etc.
Category: Children

Telling Tales

Author : David Blamires
ISBN : 9781906924096
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Germany has had a profound influence on English stories for children. The Brothers Grimm, The Swiss Family Robinson and Johanna Spyri's Heidi quickly became classics but, as David Blamires clearly articulates in this volume, many other works have been fundamental in the development of English chilren's stories during the 19th Centuary and beyond. Telling Tales is the first comprehensive study of the impact of Germany on English children's books, covering the period from 1780 to the First World War. Beginning with The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, moving through the classics and including many other collections of fairytales and legends (Musaus, Wilhelm Hauff, Bechstein, Brentano) Telling Tales covers a wealth of translated and adapted material in a large variety of forms, and pays detailed attention to the problems of translation and adaptation of texts for children. In addition, Telling Tales considers educational works (Campe and Salzmann), moral and religious tales (Carove, Schmid and Barth), historical tales, adventure stories and picture books (including Wilhelm Busch's Max and Moritz) together with an analysis of what British children learnt through textbooks about Germany as a country and its variegated history, particularly in times of war.
Category: Literary Criticism

Speaking Out

Author : Jack Zipes
ISBN : 0415966612
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Drawing upon his experience as a founder of a programme that works with school-age children, this text lays out ways in which teachers and storytelling groups can foster the imaginative lives of children and their parents.
Category: Literary Criticism

Telling Children About The Past

Author : Nena Galanidou
ISBN : UOM:39015077611039
Genre : Education
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The past is 'a foreign place' that contemporary societies can only reach by means of historical and archaeological inferences. When we report our findings and communicate such inferences to members of the public, it is important that we should recognize that children are a special case. Their cognitive abilities are different from those of adults: they must go through a period of apprenticeship in order to become capable of processing critically the information that is presented to them. Children are shown images of the past and told stories about it in various contexts that range from the formal and educational to the informal (for example, the genre of popular books, films and video games about antiquity). These images and stories, whether their source be a professional archaeologist, a teacher or simply an individual with a personal interest in the subject, all share a common factor: they must be fairly simple and easily available to the understanding of the age group at which they are aimed. Representations of this sort tend to ignore recent archaeological debate, continuing to purvey images of the past that are immediately recognizable from a modern perspective and may even actively reinforce that perspective. They are thus intimately connected with contemporary power strategies. This book brings together archeologists, historians, psychologists, and educators from different countries and academic traditions to address the many ways that we tell children about the (distant) past. The concern with this issue is founded on the principle that knowing the past is fundamentally important for human societies, as well as for individual development. The subject is introduced through a consideration of the cognitive and psychological processes that enable children to conceptualize a past at all. Then the many informal and formal contexts of telling are reviewed: digital and printed media, museums and cultural heritage sites, and schools and special classrooms. Benefits and disadvantages of various contexts and approaches are discussed, all seen through the eyes of professionals within these fields. Throughout this discussion, the authors expose many of unquestioned assumptions and preformed images that are routinely presented to contemporary children in narratives of the past. The contributors both examine the ways in which children come to grips with the past at the beginning of the 21st century and critically assess the many ways in which contemporary societies and an increasing number of commercial agents construct and use the past. Considering the widening gap between contemporary theoretical advances in archaeology and what is disseminated to the young, the question is raised about which past we want our children to inherit.
Category: Education

Children Tell Stories

Author : Martha Hamilton
ISBN : PSU:000056205602
Genre : Education
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"Presents concrete methods of incorporating storytelling by students of all ages into classroom practice to help teachers meet U.S. education standards of reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing, and visually representing"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Education

Mosquito

Author : Gayl Jones
ISBN : 9780807083475
Genre : Fiction
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Sojourner Nadine Jane Johnson, an African-American truck driver also known as Mosquito, inadvertently becomes involved in the "new underground railroad," a sanctuary movement for Mexican immigrants.
Category: Fiction

Works

Author : Orson Squire Fowler
ISBN : HARVARD:32044011299187
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Just Enough To Make A Story

Author : Nancy Schimmel
ISBN : 093216403X
Genre : Performing Arts
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Offers advice on selecting material, preparing oneself and the audience, and presenting stories
Category: Performing Arts

Telling Our Stories

Author : Felly Nkweto Simmonds
ISBN : STANFORD:36105121859636
Genre : Bereavement in children
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Category: Bereavement in children

E Literature For Children

Author : Len Unsworth
ISBN : 041533330X
Genre : Education
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This book will help practising teachers and students of teacher education to understand the differences and similarities in literary experience for children through classic, contemporary and innovative narratives in both book and computer formats - in order to enhance their pupils' enjoyment and understanding fo the text.
Category: Education

Stories

Author : Shirley C. Raines
ISBN : UOM:39076001684716
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Provides teachers with an introduction to quality literature for children from birth to age eight, practical ideas for effective story-telling, and teacher "success" stories
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Storytime

Author : Lawrence R. Sipe
ISBN : 9780807775936
Genre : Education
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Presents a comprehensive, theoretically grounded model of children’s understanding of picture storybooks—the first to focus specifically on young children. Relevant to contemporary young children from a wide variety of ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds, this dynamic volume includes a wealth of examples of children’s responses to literature and how teachers scaffold their interpretation of stories. “The highest recommendation I can make is that I learned so much. . . . You will too!” —From the Foreword by P. David Pearson, University of California, Berkeley “The single most important book on this topic since Applebee’s The Child’s Concept of Story . . . it is also a pleasure to read.” —Lee Galda, University of Minnesota “Sipe provides a comprehensive theory of literary understanding specific to contemporary young children’s interactions with picture books. Storytime is grounded in well-documented research, an in-depth knowledge of literary theory, and enlivened by insightful commentary.” —Glenna Sloan, Professor Emerita, Queens College of the City University of New York “As a working illustrator who spends most days drawing or painting or dreaming about children's picturebooks, I sometimes wonder, ‘Is there really any point to all of this?’ In this book, Larry Sipe shows me clearly, wittily, and thoroughly that there is.” —Chris Raschka, Caldecott Medal–winning children's book author and illustrator “Those of us who work with children, picturebooks, and teachers could have no more insightful guide to their interactions than Larry Sipe himself.” —Nancy L. Roser, University of Texas, Austin
Category: Education

Telling Stories

Author : Virginia Nickerson
ISBN : UOM:39015038120955
Genre : Community development
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Category: Community development

Childrens Catalog

Author : H.W. Wilson Company
ISBN : UOM:39015079407659
Genre : Children's literature
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The 1st ed. includes an index to v. 28-36 of St. Nicholas.
Category: Children's literature