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Rdg 350 Uop Course Homework Aid Children's Literature /Complete Class

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RDG 350 UOP Course Homework Aid Children's Literature /Complete Class
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Week 1:
RDG 350 Week 1 Individual Favorite Book Share

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?

DQ 1:
Define children’s literature. (Please use our text's definition.) Cite two or three books you would label as children’s literature and explain your reasoning.

DQ 2:
What books do you regard as children’s classics? Explain your reasoning.

DQ 3:
What are at least three ways children’s literature facilitates students’ learning of content, language development, and improved reading abilities?


Week 2:

Individual 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 believe the book earned the award and why you think this is so, and your opinion about awarding literary materials (what should qualify,...

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