This introduction to children's literature explains how to present literature to children in Grades K-4 in ways which enhance children's understanding and enjoyment. It focuses on literary analysis and criticism, and techniques and methods of effective literature-based education. It presents real-life examples of teachers sharing literature with children, and contains discussion of multicultural books throughout.Children enjoy saying rhyming poems and verses aloud. ... Use of the word is an example of onomatopoeia; words such as buzz, cuckoo, crack, and plink are also onomatopoetic. ... This repetition gives the poem the feel of a football cheer.
|Title||:||Introduction to Children's Literature|
|Author||:||Joan I. Glazer|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1997-01-01|