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by Susan Van Zile,Mary Napoli
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  • Author:
    Susan Van Zile,Mary Napoli
  • ISBN:
    0439027993
  • ISBN13:
    978-0439027991
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  • Publisher:
    Scholastic Teaching Resources (Teaching (January 1, 2009)
  • Pages:
    80 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Schools & Teaching
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  • Rating:
    4.6
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Mary Napoli, is a former classroom teacher, now teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in children’s and young adult literature at Penn State Harrisburg. Mary lives in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. Emily Ritholz, a 20-year veteran of the classroom, is presently a middle school reading specialist in Southern Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

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In their 2009 book, Teaching Literary Elements with Picture Books .

In their 2009 book, Teaching Literary Elements with Picture Books, Susan Van Zile and Mary Napoli write, A majority of current picture books are particularly geared for adolescents. Children's Books Kid Books Story Books Music Books Peace Education Music Education Gifted Education Character Education Early Education. I used this list of engaging read-aloud children's picture books as a story time presenter at my local library. The recommended children's picture books are selected because they will keep most children's attention. No, David! is the first in a series of children's picture books starring the author's delightfully naughty alter ego.

Differentiate your teaching by allocating tasks based on students’ abilities, to ensure no one gets left behind. Assigning classroom activities according to students’ unique learning needs means individuals with higher academic capabilities are stretched and those who are struggling get the appropriate support. Interactive whiteboards or mobile devices can be used to display images and videos, which helps students visualize new academic concepts.

Teaching Literary Elements with Picture Books: Engaging Standards-based Lessons and Strategies. New York: Scholastic, 2009.

Two master teachers share 15 ready-to-use lessons for using engaging picture books to teach literary elements such as point of view, voice, irony, theme, metaphor, simile, and more. For each literary element, you'll find a clear definition; a detailed picture book-based lesson that incorporates before-, during-, and after-reading strategies; and writing and extension activities. The carefully chosen picture books and thoughtful lessons give you an invigorating and illuminating way to teach literary elements-and promote student reading and writing. For use with Grades 4Ð8.

Arashigore
I teach middle school resource room reading, and this book has some great suggestions for teaching literary elements. I got the recommended books from the library (mostly) and the class really enjoyed them. I recommend this book to supplement reading curriculum.
Molace
This book gives plenty of ideas of how to use picture books when teaching the literacy elements. I like this book because I read to my 4th graders and this gives me ideas of which books would help with the lesson.
Fecage
This book has great ideas for teaching the literary elements. Each lesson contains more than one annotated choice for lessons from point of view to satire. As always though, coming up with the actual books is sometimes a challenge!
romrom
Great resource!
Ionzar
The book is decent and it has some really great ideas, but many of the books referenced are out of print. If you have a large library near by than this book could be useful, but I do not. I will be able to use some of the ideas with different books, but overall, the book was a disappointment.