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    Chapters 2,and 4 Revisited / Chapter 5 Chapters 2,and 4 Revisited / Chapter 5 Presentation Transcript

    • Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd - August, 2011
      • Randolph Caldecott
      • British artist and illustrator
      •   Known widely for illustrating The House that Jack Built and the Diverting History of John Gilpin, 1878.
      • Drew sketches of the House of Parliament
      • The Caldecott Award honors the best in picture books every year.
      • http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/alsc/awardsgrants/bookmedia/caldecottmedal/caldecottmedal.cfm
      Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd - August, 2011
      • Using one of the books you have read so far,
      • identify one and the best literary criticism that is
      • present in your book. Be prepared to share the
      • title of your book and a ‘brief’ explanation.
      Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • 1. Characters
        • Face real issues
        • Are believable
        • Complex
        • Shared experiences
      • 2. Setting – historically accurate
      • 3. Theme – multi-leveled
      • 4. Higher level thinking, avoids stereotypes,
      • motivating, inspirational
      • 5. Non-fiction is accurate
      2.5 Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • A formal examination of publications, movies, television programs etc., and the removal of anything that is considered obscene, politically objectionable or libelous.
      Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • 1. Prior to 1900 – anything going against the accepted social, religious, and political attitudes of the time
      • 2. Early/mid 1900s – antireligious
      • 3. 1960s and 70s – racism, sexism, and other forms of discrimination
      • 4. 1980s – anti-American, antifamily, or obscene
      • 5. 1990s until now – the supernatural, sexual content, profanity, violence
      2.6 Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • And Tango Makes Three (Parnell/Richardson)
      2.7 Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • Red Riding Hood (Hyman)
      2.7 Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • Harry Potter (Rowlings)
      2.7 Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • Forever (Blume)
      2.7 Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • I Know Why the
      • Caged Bird Sings
      • (Angelou)
      2.7 Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • Kissing Kate (Myracle)
      2.7 Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Twain)
      2.7 Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • 1. http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/slj/newslettersnewsletterbucketextrahelping2/890143-477/and_tango_makes_three_tops.html.csp
      • http://www.ala.org/ala/issuesadvocacy/banned/frequentlychallenged/challengedclassics/reasonsbanned/index.cfm
      • http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1842832_1842838_1844945,00.html
      Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • The use of visual elements should complement the literary elements and the text
      • The design of the illustrations should convey a sense of unity
      • The artistic style should match the author’s literary style
      • The illustrations should be accurate in historical, cultural, and geographical detail
      Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • Tomie dePaola
      • Leo and Diane Dillon
      • Ezra Jack Keats
      • Robert McCloskey
      • Maurice Sendak
      • Chris Van Allsburg
      • David Wiesner
      Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child: 8e ©2004, 2007, 2011 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. ISBN:0137074018 4.6
      • Communicates information or tells a story through a series of pictures combined with relatively slight texts or no texts at all
      • Maintains a balance between the illustrations and text and neither is completely effective without the other
      • Contains illustrations that are as important as or even more important than the text
      • Often has one author/illustrator
      Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • Are the illustrations accurate and do they correspond to the content of the story?
      • Do the illustrations complement the setting, plot, and mood of the story?
      • Do the illustrations enhance the characterizations?
      • Do both the text and the illustrations avoid stereotypes of race and sex?
      • Will the plot appeal to children?
      • Is the theme worthwhile?
      Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd
      • Mother Goose and other nursery rhymes
        • Rhythm, rhyme, repetition, humor, exaggeration
      • Toy books
        • Board books, pop-up books, flap books, cloth and plastic books
      • Alphabet books
      • Counting books
      • Concept books
      • Wordless books
      • Easy-to-read and beginning readers’ books
        • Controlled vocabulary
      • Picture storybooks
      • Picture storybooks for middle school students
      Norton, Through the Eyes of a Child - 8th Edition Professor K.C. Boyd