This new edition of a popular classic shows teachers simple, engaging strategies for exploring literacy in new, innovative ways. Literacy sources are at the root of this amazing book that encompasses picture books, novels, poetry, scripts and photographs into effective classroom instruction. Compelling strategies throughout the book are designed to enrich interactive possibilities amongst learners in the language arts classroom. By reading, writing, and talking both in role and out of role, students can develop and share their responses, their stories, and their ideas. In this totally revised 4th edition, Larry Swartz digs deeply into the riches of the past three editions and considers the experiences of language arts teachers who have used all versions of the book for almost three decades. Full of engaging new ideas, the book includes many new sources and carefully chosen strategies for exploring with students such issues as identity, poverty, diversity, bullying, and immigration. An ideal resource for busy teachers who want to put drama into literacy programs and literacy into dramatic programs.Über den Autor:
Larry Swartz has explored literature-based learning with students and teachers for more than 30 years in North America, England, New Zealand, and China. As a classroom teacher, consultant, and instructor with OISE/University of Toronto, Canada, he has inspired colleagues and children alike to learn in new and exciting ways. Larry is a well-known speaker and workshop leader.
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