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Rgd 350 Children’s Literature Entire Course Material

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RGD 350 Children’s Literature Entire Course Material

RGD 350 Children’s Literature Entire Course Material

RDG 350 Week 1 Individual Assignment Favorite Book Share

Prepare to discuss one of your favorite books you read as a child.
• Write a paper (no specific word count) describing your favorite book or books that you read as a child. What makes this book or books so appealing? Were the books for both boys and girls alike? What genre were the books? Would that information still hold true for the book today? Although no introduction or conclusion are necessary for this assignment, please remember to use APA formatting and includea reference page.

RDG 350 Week 1 Individual Assignment Reading Reflection Paper

Write a 350- to 700-word paper on your history as a reader of children’s literature.
Include answers to the following questions:
• What do you remember most about reading children’s literature as a child?
• What were the most positive and negative influences on your attitudes toward reading?
• How did your reading interests and habits change as you progressed through school?
• Do you consider yourself a reader now?
• What characteristics would you like to develop as a reader?
What role did children’s literature play in facilitating your language and literacy development?

RDG 350 Week 2 Individual Assignment Newbery and Caldecott Awards Summary

• Resources: American Library Association Web site (http://www.ala.org/) or the International Reading Association Web site (http://www.reading.org/General/Default.aspx) and Children’s Literature.
• Caldecott® Medal and Newbery® Medal Book Summaries (350 word minimum for each award) – Research the Caldecott® Medal and the Newbery® Medal Awards. Choose and read one book honored by each of the awards (two books total). In your summary, please give a history of each award; discuss whether or not you...


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