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Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-Fiction 3-11: A Comprehensive Guide for Teachers and Student Teachers (David Fulton Books) [Paperback]

Margaret Mallett
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Table of Contents

List of Figures  List of Boxes  Acknowledgements  Introduction  About this book  Part 1: Fiction  1. Introduction   2. Children’s literature: some key strands   3. Fiction in the classroom: resources, organization of teaching and learning, some issues and assessment and record keeping  4. Picturebooks  5. Traditional Tales  6. Genre Fiction  7.  Longer stories and children’s novels: an introduction  8. Animal stories  9. Realism: domestic, adventure and school stories  10. Historical novels: historical novels, timeslips and war stories  11. Fantasy stories and novels  12. Building reading stamina  13.  Using longer stories and children’s novels  14. Playscripts  15. Poetry in the Early and Primary Years  16. Poems Playing with Language  17. Poems with distinctive forms, rhythms and /or rhyming patterns  18. Story or narrative poems, classic poems and poems from other cultures and traditions  19. Poems with freer, less traditional forms and patterns  Part 2: Children’s non-fiction literature   20. Introduction  21.  Children’s non-fiction literature in the twentyfirst century  22. Models of non-fiction kinds of learning and some guiding principles  23. Non-fiction and classroom organisation, gender issues and assessment  24. Classifying non-fiction text types and thoughts towards a critical approach  25. Introducing chronological text types: recount and instruction  26. Recounts  27.  Instruction texts  28. Introducing non-narrative non-fiction texts: report, explanation, discussion & persuasion and reference  29.  Report: choosing texts and resources  30. Explanation texts: choosing texts and resources  31. Using report and explanation texts  32.  Argument- discussion and persuasion  33.  Reference texts  34. Using the school and classroom libraries  Children’s books and resources mentioned  Bibliography  Websites and other useful information

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