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Summer 2012
Apr 21, 2014
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ENGL 930 - Workshop in Children's Literature
An advanced workshop that explores the relationship between children¿s literature and the curriculum of grades Pre-K through 12. Students study various genres in children¿s and young adult literature, submitting lesson plans and related activities to the class for critique. Special attention is paid to children¿s book authors and illustrators recommended by the Massachusetts English Language Arts Curriculum Framework. Note: This course is designed for teachers interested in enhancing their classes. Those interested in the literary analysis of Children¿s Literature are advised to enroll in ENGL 875 History of Children's Literature, ENGL 870 Current Trends in Children's Literature, ENGL 942 Children's Literature: Critical Approaches, and ENGL 913 Young Adult Literature: Critical Approaches. Students who have taken ENGL 887 Workshop in Children¿s Literature may not receive credit for this course.
1.000 Credit hours

Levels: Graduate, Non-Matriculated
Schedule Types: Independent/Directed Study, Lecture

English Department


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