Children's Literature and Learner Empowerment: Children and Teenagers in English Language Education

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This is an important publication for all working in English language education, not only for those working and researching young learner and teenage learning, but for those involved in reading and in the reading of literature ... Bland writes clearly and intelligently and has productively absorbed and applied a wealth of relevant and recent research ... I am convinced [this book] will become widely cited and known as more relevant readers find it, read it and see the need to recommend the author and the title ... and I would be pleased if this review can contribute to a speedier uptake of the ideas found therein -- Geoff Hall, Head of the School of English, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China CLELE Journal, vol. 2, issue 2 This is a comprehensive, innovative and thematically coherent book which provides powerful arguments for engaging with a wide variety of genres within children's and young adult literature ... A worthwhile contribution to modern EFL teaching methodology -- Maria Eisenmann Anglistik: International Journal of English Studies With confident writing on children's literature as a 'highly expressive carrier of cultural meaning', the book contains excellent close readings of many picturebooks and graphic novels ... Packed with good ideas for using selected books as positive resources for literary language learning -- Victoria de Rijke, Middlesex University, UK IRSCL This is a comprehensive, innovative, thought-provoking and topical book on children's literature which is equally relevant to scholars working in the field plus to teachers and students of languages and literature. Werner Delanoy, Professor in the Department of English and American Studies, University of Klagenfurt, Austria It is quite natural to expect a book like this from Janice Bland ... Bland communicates her ideas fluently ... and she offers abundant references that are often interwoven with her own thoughts. She manages to construct a clear message that certainly finds its way to the reader ... In this way, student teachers are led in a valuable direction -- Silvija Hanzic Deda Libri et Liberi journal At a time when there is an increasing demand for the effective teaching of EFL and ESL/EAL, this book provides powerful arguments for engaging with a wide variety of genres within children's and young adult literature and shows how constructing meaning from 'well-crafted' texts - including visual and radical texts - can help develop 'literary literacy' for children of all ages. Teacher educators will benefit most from the interdisciplinary nature of the book as the author shows how children's literature scholarship is linked to TEFL theory and practice. However, the result of bringing these two fields together provides exciting new perspectives for all those interested in critical reading and creative writing with children and teenagers. Evelyn Arizpe, Senior Lecturer in the School of Education, University of Glasgow, UK Janice Bland's new book is careful, precise and very fully referenced. She makes a compelling case for the need for teachers and other educators to pay more serious attention to the potential offered by children's picturebooks. Literary and visual experience is shown to lead to engagement and creative thinking in the classroom which graded readers, extracts or non-fictional materials are unlikely to stimulate. Teachers of the ever-growing numbers of young learners of English in particular should pay close attention to this book. It should be on teacher training booklists and on the shelves of all good Education libraries. Geoff Hall, Professor of English, University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China

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This is a comprehensive, innovative, thought-provoking and topical book on children's literature which is equally relevant to scholars working in the field plus to teachers and students of languages and literature. Werner Delanoy, Professor in the Department of English and American Studies, University of Klagenfurt, Austria At a time when there is an increasing demand for the effective teaching of EFL and ESL/EAL, this book provides powerful arguments for engaging with a wide variety of genres within children's and young adult literature and shows how constructing meaning from 'well-crafted' texts - including visual and radical texts - can help develop 'literary literacy' for children of all ages. Teacher educators will benefit most from the interdisciplinary nature of the book as the author shows how children's literature scholarship is linked to TEFL theory and practice. However, the result of bringing these two fields together provides exciting new perspectives for all those interested in critical reading and creative writing with children and teenagers. Evelyn Arizpe, Senior Lecturer in the School of Education, University of Glasgow, UK This is an important publication for all working in English language education, not only for those working and researching young learner and teenage learning, but for those involved in reading and in the reading of literature ... Bland writes clearly and intelligently and has productively absorbed and applied a wealth of relevant and recent research ... I am convinced [this book] will become widely cited and known as more relevant readers find it, read it and see the need to recommend the author and the title ... and I would be pleased if this review can contribute to a speedier uptake of the ideas found therein -- Geoff Hall, Head of the School of English, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China CLELE Journal, vol. 2, issue 2 With confident writing on children's literature as a 'highly expressive carrier of cultural meaning', the book contains excellent close readings of many picturebooks and graphic novels ... Packed with good ideas for using selected books as positive resources for literary language learning -- Victoria de Rijke, Middlesex University, UK IRSCL Janice Bland's new book is careful, precise and very fully referenced. She makes a compelling case for the need for teachers and other educators to pay more serious attention to the potential offered by children's picturebooks. Literary and visual experience is shown to lead to engagement and creative thinking in the classroom which graded readers, extracts or non-fictional materials are unlikely to stimulate. Teachers of the ever-growing numbers of young learners of English in particular should pay close attention to this book. It should be on teacher training booklists and on the shelves of all good Education libraries. Geoff Hall, Professor of English, University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China It is quite natural to expect a book like this from Janice Bland ... Bland communicates her ideas fluently ... and she offers abundant references that are often interwoven with her own thoughts. She manages to construct a clear message that certainly finds its way to the reader ... In this way, student teachers are led in a valuable direction -- Silvija Hanzic Deda Libri et Liberi journal

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Verlag: Bloomsbury Academic Jan 2015 (2015)
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Buchbeschreibung Bloomsbury Academic Jan 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 235x156x27 mm. Neuware - A dynamic framework for literature teaching in EFL and EAL from the primary to the secondary classroom. 331 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781474218351

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