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Title: Trade Books in the Classroom


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Trade Books in the Classroom
  • Learning with Picture Books

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Picture books teach lessons thru the integration
of pictures and text
  • Themes of many have universal value appeal for
    all age levels.
  • Some may have been missed when students were
    younger or may have been published since that
    time.
  • Many issues demand a maturity level that young
    children do not possess

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  • Short format facilitates use in lessons.
  • Visually oriented society conditions students to
    employ pictures as comprehension aids. (pp.
    290-91)
  • (Neal Moore 1991)

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Types of Picture Books
  • Wordless books
  • Picture books with minimal text
  • Picture storybooks
  • Books with illustrations

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Reasons Childrens Picture Books Should Be Used
  • Avoid boredom
  • Creative alternative
  • Renew/create enthusiasm for literature
  • Entertaining
  • Engaging
  • Challenging

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10 Reasons to Use Picture Books for Older Readers
  • Themes are often of universal appeal
  • Talented artists illustrators are using picture
    books as public galleries
  • Many issues dealt with require a maturity level
    beyond that of young children
  • The short appealing format makes picture books
    easy to incorporate into whole language or
    literature-based curricula

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  • Students with learning difficulties or those
    learning English as a 2nd language will be able
    to make the visual/verbal connections necessary
    for successful reading/learning
  • Picture books can serve as models for fine
    writing excellent illustration.
  • Picture books can be used to introduce concepts
    sophisticated ideas.

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  • Students accustomed to learning visually thru tv
    computers will adapt naturally to the picture
    book format
  • The language in picture books is succinct rich
    a terrific way to increase vocab.
  • Those fortunate students who learn to love
    picture books will receive a lifetime gift will
    be forever thankful
  • (B Ammon G Sherman)

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Ways Childrens Books Can Be Used
  • Provide focus
  • Teach literary devices
  • Make connections to other literary works
  • Analyze techniques of good writing
  • Analyze values embedded in text
  • Enhance knowledge on the collaboration of art and
    words

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Picture Books in the English Class
  • PBs may be used to teach literary devices, such
    as, tone, flashback/time-shift, irony,
    personification, point of view, plot, and local
    color/diction/humor. As an example of point of
    view, Barefoot by Pamela Duncan Edwards may be
    used.

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Local color/diction/humor
  • Saving Sweetness by
  • Diane Stanley
  • Guess if you can tell where the story is set from
    the words without the pictures.

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Picture Books in History Class
  • Historic Events
  • The underground railroad Barefoot
  • Vietnam The Wall by Eve Bunting
  • World War II Faithful Elephants by
  • Yukio Tsuchiva
  • Geographical upheaval Letting Swift
  • River Go by Jane Yolen

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Thematic Approaches
  • Father, son relationships
  • Fly Away Home, Eve Bunting
  • The Wall, Eve Bunting
  • Night Driving, John Coy
  • My Fathers Hands, Joanne Ryder
  • Daddy, Daddy Be There, Candy Boyd

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Historical Events/Biography
  • Martins BIG Words, Doreen Rappaport
  • When Marian Sang, Pam Munoz Ryan

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