Choosing and Using Fiction and Non Fiction 3 11

This new, fully updated, edition includes new coverage on recent books, and new material on changes in concepts of literacy, particularly focused on technological advances in moving image media and virtual worlds.

Author: Margaret Mallett

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781138501799

Category:

Page: 426

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Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-Fiction 3-11 is a guide for primary teachers to the many kinds of texts children encounter, use and enjoy in their nursery and primary school years, providing an invaluable insight into the literature available. Addressing important issues and allowing for the voices of teachers, reviewers and children to be heard, it contains suggestions of best practice which offer a more creative approach to learning. Including both fiction and non-fiction, with genres ranging from picturebooks to biographies, this fully updated second edition features: New coverage on recent books Discussion of new changes in concepts of literacy, particularly focused on technological advances in moving image media and virtual worlds The balance between print and screen-based texts on developing children's visual and multimodal literacy Annotated booklists for each genre for different age groups New sections on equality, diversity and translation Exploring fiction, non-fiction and poetry, Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-Fiction 3-11 is an invaluable resource, supporting teachers as they help children on their journey to becoming insightful and critical readers of non-fiction, and sensitive and reflective readers of fiction.

Choosing and Using Fiction and Non Fiction 3 11

Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-Fiction 3-11 is a guide for primary teachers to the many kinds of texts children encounter, use and enjoy in their nursery and primary school years, providing an invaluable insight into the literature ...

Author: Margaret Mallett

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351385348

Category: Education

Page: 400

View: 122

Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-Fiction 3-11 is a guide for primary teachers to the many kinds of texts children encounter, use and enjoy in their nursery and primary school years, providing an invaluable insight into the literature available. Addressing important issues and allowing for the voices of teachers, reviewers and children to be heard, it contains suggestions of best practice which offer a more creative approach to learning. Including both fiction and non-fiction, with genres ranging from picture books to biographies, this fully updated second edition features: New coverage on recent books Discussion of new changes in concepts of literacy, particularly focused on technological advances in moving image media and virtual worlds The balance between print and screen-based texts on developing children’s visual and multi modal literacy Annotated booklists for each genre for different age groups New sections on equality, diversity and translation Exploring fiction, non-fiction and poetry, Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-Fiction 3-11 is an invaluable resource, supporting teachers as they help children on their journey to becoming insightful and critical readers of non-fiction, and sensitive and reflective readers of fiction.

The Primary English Encyclopedia

The CD-ROM version shows all the moving parts in action. There is a detailed account of 'explanation' text for children in Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-fiction 311, which suggests good texts to use with different age groups.

Author: Margaret Mallett

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1317232089

Category: Education

Page: 572

View: 284

This newly updated, user friendly Primary English Encyclopedia addresses all aspects of the primary English curriculum and is an invaluable reference for all training and practising teachers. Now in its fifth edition, entries have been revised to take account of new research and thinking. The approach is supportive of the reflective practitioner in meeting National Curriculum requirements in England and developing sound subject knowledge and good classroom practice. While the book is scholarly, the author writes in a conversational style and includes reproductions of covers of recommended children’s books and examples of children’s writing and drawing to add interest. The encyclopedia includes: over 600 entries , many expanded and entirely new for this edition, including entries on apps, blogging and computing; short definitions of key concepts; input on the initial teaching of reading including the teaching of phonics and the other cue-systems; extended entries on major topics such as speaking and listening, reading, writing, drama, poetry, non-fiction, bilingualism and children’s literature; information on new literacies and new kinds of texts for children; discussion of current issues and input on the history of English teaching in the primary years; extended entries on gender and literacy; important references for each topic, advice on further reading and accounts of recent research findings; and a Who’s Who of Primary English and lists of essential texts, updated for this new edition. This encyclopedia will be ideal for student teachers on BA and PGCE courses preparing for work in primary schools and primary school teachers. Anyone concerned with bringing about the informed and imaginative teaching of primary school English will find this book helpful and interesting.

The Routledge Companion to Picturebooks

Hunt, Peter (1994) An Introduction to Children's Literature, Oxford: Oxford University Press. ... Mallett, Margaret (2010) Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-Fiction 311: A Comprehensive Guide for Teachers and Student Teachers, ...

Author: Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317526597

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 526

View: 809

Containing forty-eight chapters, The Routledge Companion to Picturebooks is the ultimate guide to picturebooks. It contains a detailed introduction, surveying the history and development of the field and emphasizing the international and cultural diversity of picturebooks. Divided into five key parts, this volume covers: Concepts and topics – from hybridity and ideology to metafiction and emotions; Genres – from baby books through to picturebooks for adults; Interfaces – their relations to other forms such as comics and visual media; Domains and theoretical approaches, including developmental psychology and cognitive studies; Adaptations. With ground-breaking contributions from leading and emerging scholars alike, this comprehensive volume is one of the first to focus solely on picturebook research. Its interdisciplinary approach makes it key for both scholars and students of literature, as well as education and media.

Teaching English Language and Literacy

Many recent editions of nonfiction texts have CD—Roms and links to websites which can add an extra dimension to ... As a final recommendation, Part II of Mallet's Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-fiction, 311 is an invaluable and ...

Author: Dominic Wyse

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0415669979

Category: EDUCATION

Page: 324

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A Guided Reader to Early Years and Primary English

Mallett, M. (2010) Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-Fiction 311: A Comprehensive Guide for Teachers and Student Teachers. London and New York: Routledge. This book covers the wealth of texts for the age range, with suggestions for ...

Author: Margaret Mallett

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317451163

Category: Education

Page: 262

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A Guided Reader to Early Years and Primary English draws on extracts from the published work of some of the most influential education writers to provide insight, guidance and clarity about key issues affecting early years practitioners and primary English teachers. The book brings together key extracts from classic and contemporary writing and contextualises these in both theoretical and practical terms. The extracts are accompanied by a summary of the key ideas and issues raised, questions to promote discussion and reflective practice, and annotated further reading lists to extend thinking. Taking a thematic approach and including a short introduction to each theme, the chapters cover: Models of and approaches to early years and primary English; Speaking and listening in English lessons: story-telling, drama, ‘booktalk’ and debate; Reading and responding to texts in English lessons; Writing in English lessons: finding a ‘voice’; Knowledge about language: grammar, spelling, punctuation and handwriting; The rich landscape of children’s literature; Non-fiction in English lessons; Planning, assessing and recording children’s progress: the learning cycle. Aimed at trainee and newly qualified teachers, those working towards Masters level qualifications and all those involved in the teaching of early years and primary English, this accessible, but critically provocative text will be an essential resource for those that wish to deepen their understanding of early years and primary English education.

The Power of a Rich Reading Classroom

London: Centre for Literacy in Primary Education. https://clpe.org.uk/library-andresources/what-we-know-works-booklets Mallett, M. (2010) Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-Fiction 3-11. Abingdon: Routledge. Mallett, M. (2003) Early ...

Author: CLPE,

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 152971723X

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 192

View: 467

There is something quite magical about forming a connection to a book: the way in which the words on the page can conjure feelings of excitement, fun, joy, laughter or tears, channeling the part of our being that fundamentally makes us human. The journey that children take as they travel towards becoming a competent and confident reader can be a long, winding and complex road. This book helps teachers understand how to build a quality reading rich curriculum that supports the needs of all the children in their classroom. Starting with a section on choosing texts, the book goes on to explore a variety of essential teaching approaches from a read aloud programme, to drama and storytelling, art and illustration. This is a practical resource that provides teachers and schools ideas to support the embedding of text experience and deliver a reading rich curriculum that leads to higher student attainment and working at greater depth.

The SAGE Handbook of Early Childhood Literacy

'“Letting the story out”: Visual encounters with Anthony Browne's The Tunnel'. ... 'Teacher as curator: Learning to talk about literature', The Reading Teacher, 45: 118–26. ... Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-fiction 3-11.

Author: Joanne Larson

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1446265919

Category: Education

Page: 704

View: 846

This new edition of the much-loved Handbook of Early Childhood Literacy has been revised and updated to retain its cutting-edge focus on emergent and important areas of research. This comprehensive work guides the reader through current social, cultural and historical analysis on a global scale. The new edition contains a greater range of methodologies, and chapters on: - space and literacy - disabilities and early childhood literacy - digital literacies - indigenous literacy - play and literacy - policy In the Handbook, readers will find coverage of all the key topics in early childhood literacy. The exceptional list of contributors offers in-depth expertise in their respective areas of knowledge. The Handbook is essential for Undergraduate students; Masters students; PhD students; CPD students; researchers, and literacy-centre personel. 'The second edition of this internationally respected and widely used text encompases a myriad of new issues and insights, both through new contributions and thoughtfully revised chapters which raise fresh questions and challenges for research and practice. In pushing the boundaries still further, the handbook retains its rightful place at the forefront of research into early childhood literacy practice in the 21st century' -Professor Teresa Cremin, Open University UK 'This handbook provides in-depth knowledge of insights and theories about the dynamic process of how children come to know literacy as thinking humans in social and cultural spaces. There is a rich array of research perspectives of children's meaning-making through family and digital liteacies, play and literacy, and in-school and out-of-school literacy experiences' - Yetta Goodman, Regents Professor, University of Arizona

Developing a Love of Reading and Books

Mallett, M. (2019) Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-Fiction 311: A Comprehensive Guide for Teachers and Student Teachers. London: Routledge. Dreher, M.J. and Kletzien, S.B. (2015) Teaching Informational Text in K-3 Classrooms: Best ...

Author: Angela Gill

Publisher: Learning Matters

ISBN: 1529756669

Category: Education

Page: 208

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nsuring children read for pleasure and develop a life-long love of reading is a priority for all primary school teachers. The National Curriculum focuses heavily on promoting reading for pleasure and engaging pupils using a range of diverse and inclusive texts and materials. This text supports trainee teachers working towards primary QTS and Early Career Teachers to understand the importance of supporting children to become readers, enjoy reading for pleasure and develop higher level reading skills. It includes guidance, case studies and theoretical perspectives to show trainee teachers how they can develop children’s reading.

Developing Early Literacy 0 8

Barnes, J. (2007) Cross-Curricular Learning 3–14. ... Mallett, M. (2010) Choosing and Using Fiction and Non-fiction 311. Abingdon: Routledge. Malone, K. (2008) Every Experience Matters. Stoneleigh Park: Farming and Countryside ...

Author: Virginia Bower

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1446297616

Category: Education

Page: 224

View: 650

'Developing Early Literacy presents an interesting range of literacy-related topics which address issues of current importance to early years practice and, in places, question current thinking. There is an excellent balance of theoretical background and case study examples which would make this a relevant and practical text for both students and early years professionals.'- Mary-Louise Maynes, Lecturer in Early Childhood Studies, Bishop Grosseteste University Providing clear guidance on how to develop early literacy, this book offers support with the planning and teaching of this vital aspect of the curriculum using innovative and exciting methods. Linking theory with practice, topics covered include: babies and very early communication the importance of role play corners outdoor learning and literacy how rhyme and repetition help to develop literacy teaching literacy to children who have English as an Additional Language (EAL) literacy and diversity using picture books to develop literacy supporting transitions different approaches to the teaching of phonics and early reading. Each chapter has learning objectives, case studies featuring younger and older children from the Birth to 8 age range, a summary and suggested Further Reading. This text is essential reading for those on Early Childhood Studies, Early Years, Primary PGCE and Early Years teacher education courses. Virginia Bower is Senior Lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University.