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ETL 402 – Reflective Post

Part B   Throughout ‘Literature across the curriculum’ I have learned so much more about literature being an essential conduit of learning and the power narrative literature holds to improve students’ academic and reading successes.  It was amazing to empirically … Continue reading

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What is the definition of children’s literature?

Well, let me see.  What do I think? Having read a few articles over the last week there seems to be a vague consensus on what constitutes literature for children or children’s literature.  (You see how I phrased that before … Continue reading

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The future of children’s literature

It was really interesting to read about the evolution of children’s literature – from its early beginnings as a spin-off from adult text, to moral codes through stories, to books of instruction – taming the savages, and finally entertainment.  I … Continue reading

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