4 edition of Adolescent literature as a complement to the classics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Joan F. Kaywell.|
|Contributions||Kaywell, Joan F.|
|LC Classifications||PS490 .A36 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <4 > :|
|LC Control Number||99066202|
Adolescent Literature As a Complement to the Classics: Addressing Critical Issues in Today's Classrooms by Joan F. Kaywell PhD Professor of English Education University of South Florida Tampa FL (): Joan F. Kaywell PhD Professor of English Education University of South Florida Tampa FL: Books - or: Joan F. Kaywell PhD Professor of English Education University of South Florida Tampa FL. More and more teachers around the world are using YA literature in their classrooms to teach the skills that students need to be successful. While the Western canon is full of fantastic reads, YA literature tends to offer students something that the classics cannot: a story to which they can relate.
The connection between Moby Dick and Paper Towns isn’t hard to find: Melville’s classic is alluded to often in Green’s novel, as images of ships and direct references to the Moby Dick are made throughout (The protagonist is assigned the great novel in his Literature class). But, the connections are more than surface-level references. Adolescent or young adult (YA) literature is an ideal genre to incorporate into classroom curricula for a variety of reasons: The genre appeals to the interests of the students. Students are more inclined to engage in reading activities that they can associate with their own lives and experiences than with traditional literature.
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Authors. Joan F. Kaywell, University of South Florida by: 1. This book is based on two assumptions: the classics comprise the canon of literature that is mostly taught in schools; and most teachers are familiar with adolescent literature but are unsure how to incorporate its use in : Joan F.
Kaywell. Adolescent literature as a complement to the classics by Kaywell, Joan F. group reading of selected adolescent literature and Thornton Wilder's Our Town / Bonnie O. Ericson -- Oliver Twist and the orphans of young adult literature / Virginia R.
Monseau -- Teaching the crucible with historical young adult fiction / Patricia P. Kelly -- Going. Adolescent Literature as a Complement to the Classics. Note: This chapter is excerpted from Dr.
Joan F. Kaywell’s latest volume in her seriesAdolescent Literature as a Complement to the Classics. ANNE FRANK’S THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL: WORLD WAR II AND YOUNG ADULT Size: 96KB.
Best (Classic) Books for Teens Most teens don't like classics, but they can tell us a lot about ourselves and how our culture has changed.
They open our eyes, improve our vocabulary(and our college applications, though nobody cares about that) and challenge our thinking. George Orwell’s dystopian classic blends political and science fiction into a chilling panorama of high-level surveillance and manipulation.
A struggle for independence is at the heart of V.S. Naipaul’s darkly comic and very moving novel. Betty Smith’s classic is a coming-of-age tale. Adolescent Literature as a Complement to the Classics by Joan F Kaywell (Editor) - Alibris Buy Adolescent Literature as a Complement to the Classics by Joan F Kaywell (Editor) online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 4 editions - starting at $Price Range: $ - $ Free 2-day shipping. Buy Adolescent Literature as a Complement to the Classics: Addressing Critical Issues in Today's Classrooms at nd: Joan F Kaywell. Classics get a bad rap. When many people think of classics, most often, they think back to the books they were forced to read in high school—great works of literature, but maybe not always books that teens would choose to read on their own.
That’s about to change, because here’s a list of classic books that teens will actually like. After reading the first volume of Joan Kaywell's Adolescent Literature as a Complement to the Classics, Cindy, a teacher who relied almost exclusively on the classics from the canon, decided to use several works of young adult literature at the end of the year to complement her eighth graders' reading of Death of a Salesman.
While the class discussions that went along with the study of that classic. The most recent book on my list is Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy from and I am a bit worried that might be a little recent for the 'classic' tag. The oldest is Don Quixote, fromwhich I read as a child and didn't remotely consider as old-fashioned.
These books introduce widely-loved narratives, unforgettable characters, and important life lessons, all while boosting children's reading comprehension skills.
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Heroes and journeys in The Odyssey and several works of young adult literature / Bonnie O. Ericson --Bridging The red badge of courage with the six related young adult novels / Pam B.
Cole --Using young adult literature to encourage student response to the Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass: an American slave, written by himself / Arthea J.S. Reed --The awakening and young adult literature:. YA Books that Complement School Readings This book doesn’t correspond to a particular classic, but it’s a contemporary book that deals with a lot of issues teenagers face today.
Adolescent Literature as a Complement to the Classics Addressing: Critical Issues in Today’s Classrooms was written because of the outstanding response received from teachers who have used Adolescent Literature as a Complement to the Classics, Volumes One (), Two (), Three (), and/or Four () in their classrooms.
Adolescent literature as a complement to the classics. [Joan F Kaywell;] -- This series provides the information needed for secondary teachers to use young adult literature along with the classics in the secondary classroom.
These 10 classic novels for teens are often taught in American high schools, and they're ones you'll want to share with your teenager.
Just before they enter high school is a great time to introduce teens to some classic novels and prepare them for the books they may be studying in school.With their help, we’ve created two all-time lists of classics: Best Young-Adult Books and Best Children’s Books.
Vote for your favorite in the poll below. Vote for your favorite in the.Children’s literature, the body of written works and accompanying illustrations produced in order to entertain or instruct young genre encompasses a wide range of works, including acknowledged classics of world literature, picture books and easy-to-read stories written exclusively for children, and fairy tales, lullabies, fables, folk songs, and other primarily orally transmitted.