Using Children's Books in Reading/language Arts Programs
A How-to-do-it Manual for Library ApplicationsBook - 1992
Here's the starting point in locating children's books that illustrate reading and language arts concepts such as interpreting idioms, homonyms, antonyms, appreciating alliteration and onomatopoeia, increasing vocabulary through word play, and others. These are the books that not only reinforce instructional objectives, but provide students with more meaningful and enjoyable practice of those objectives. These carefully selected books also provide additional exposure to the wide variety of literature that is available. The unique organization categorizes books according to reading/language arts concept, such as visual discrimination, sound or word families, and language play through riddles and jokes.
Publisher: New York : Neal-Schuman, c1992
Branch Call Number: 025.21878/CAN 4565ch 1
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