Using literature in content areas

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  • Using literature in content areas

    1. 1. USING LITERATURE IN CONTENT AREAS EDSE 4060
    2. 2. BENEFITSIncreasing vocabularyLiterature can be more timely (or updated) than textbooksMore appealingProvide a deeper understanding beyond factsGives an experienceOpportunity for critical thinkingGood experiences with reading encourages more reading
    3. 3. LOUISE ROSENBLATTReader Response TheoryEfferent vs. Aesthetic
    4. 4. HOW TO INTEGRATEBook TalksReading Aloud (see Appendix B)Free Reading TimeComplimentary Readings (whole class or multipletitles)
    5. 5. GRAPHICAMangaGraphic Novels
    6. 6. TERMS FOR GRAPHICAGraphica: All-encompassing term for manga, comic books and graphic novels (fictionand non-fiction)Comic Book: Short-form work - usually printed in an inexpensive, soft-coveredbooklet similiar to magazines. This can be a single-issue story or miniseries.(Superman has been published monthly since 1939)Trade Collection: Compendium of multiple comic book issues - can be in hardbackor paperback form. Completed story arcs from a series are often compiled in thisformat.Graphic Novel: Stories released only in larger-format book form. Stand alone booksthat have not been previously published as shorter comic book issues (can beserialized)
    7. 7. PRETEEN & TEENAGE GRAPHICA Complex text structure Themes that deal with identity and societal issues as well as specific content Images can be darker and more realistic (at times)
    8. 8. COMPLEX TEXT STRUCTURE/ STORY STRUCTUREEvery page may have adifferent panel structureDifferent fonts canindicate thoughts ordifferent voicesdepending on the bookCommonly uses threeacts to tell the story
    9. 9. WORDLESS BOOKSWordless books helpreaders understandhow to read panelswithout having to readtext
    10. 10. GRAPHICA FOR YOUR CONTENT http://www.noflyingnotights.com/
    11. 11. ART OF GRAPHICA
    12. 12. LOGICOMIXWritten by Apostolos Doxiadis and Christos H. PapadimitriouIllustrated by Alecos Papadatos and Annie Di Donna

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