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CHILDREN’S LITERATURE

 

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ENG 295 Week 1 Poetry and the Imagination
 

Select one poem from among those read this week in each of the following sections:

 

 

 

Animals and nature
 

 

Poems to stimulate the imagination
 

 

Verse, riddles, or nonsense
 

 

Write a 350- to 700-word paper wherein you explain the following:

 

 

 

Your choice of poems
 

 

How poems can instill an appreciation for animals and the natural world in children
 

 

The role of rhythms, moods, images, and patterns in your chosen poems
 

 

How the rhythms, moods, images, and patterns in your chosen poems add to or detract from the poem
 

 

How poems can stimulate imagination in children
 

 

The benefits of teaching poetry to children
 

 

Format your paper as advised by your facilitator. (Note: Students who are enrolled in the BA in English program may be required to use MLA formatting.)

 

 
 

 

 

ENG 295 Week 2 Picture Books: The Importance of Illustration in Children’s Literature
 

Create a presentation where you explain the importance of illustration in literature for children. Address examples from two or three texts among our readings this week.

Include a description of the key attributes of children’s alphabooks, chapbooks, and picture books. These include line, color, textual effects, shapes, composition, and narrative quality of the images.

Note. Your presentation can take the form of a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, or you can use an alternate delivery method. These include:

 

 

 

Pamphlet
 

 

Video
 

 

Online poster
 

 

Prezi
 

 

Seek facilitator approval on your delivery method.

 

 
 

 

 

ENG 295 Week 2 Issues in Children’s Literature Topic
 

Refer to the Week Five Learning Team assignment.

Select an issue affecting children’s literature that applies to poetry or picture books.

Discuss, in your Learning Team, all sides of the issue.

Summarize your discussion in approximately 350 words.

 

 
 

 

 

ENG 295 Week 3 Fables, Fairytales and Moral Purpose
 

Select one of the following options to complete the assignment.

Option 1:

Choose one fable and one fairytale from the collection of readings for the week.

Write a 350- to 700- word paper explaining the moral purpose in each, and the strategies that the writer uses to teach that moral purpose.

Option 2:

Write your own fable or fairytale that has a moral purpose or teaches a moral lesson.

Include a reflection, in a separate document, that compares your fable or fairytale to those you read this week.

 

 
 

 

 

ENG 295 Week 3 Myth and Legend Presentation
 

Choose two substantial myths or legends from among the readings for Week Three and discuss their history and cultural significance.

Use at least two academic sources, apart from the texts, to help you explicate the history and cultural significance of your chosen texts.

Develop an 4- to 7-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation on your two myths or legends in their historical and cultural context.

Format your sources as advised by your facilitator. (Note: Students who are enrolled in the BA in English program may be required to use MLA formatting.)

 

 
 

 

 

ENG 295 Week 4 Fiction
 

Choose one of the longer works in the Domestic Fiction collection (such as Ramona and Her Father or Yang the Youngest) and another from the other areas of Fiction from this week’s readings.

Write a 350- to 700-word paper where you compare the two stories you chose in how they teach emotional maturity and instill a sense of imagination. What conclusions can you draw about the two types of fiction you chose? What is their importance to the culture of children?

Format your sources as advised by your facilitator. (Note: Students who are enrolled in the BA in English program may be required to use MLA formatting.)

 

 
 

 

 

ENG 295 Week 4 Issues in Children’s Literature Discussion
 

Refer to the Issues in Children’s Literature assignment in Week Five.

Select one issue in children’s literature that is prominent in fiction.

Discuss this issue in depth as a team. Be sure to explore all sides of the issue.

Write a 350 word summary of your discussion.

 

 
 

 

 

ENG 295 Week 5 Character Development
 

Write a 1,050- to 1,400- word paper describing the value of teaching children’s literature on character development. You may wish to include the effect on any or all of the following:

 

 

 

Imagination
 

 

Language development
 

 

Socialization (prejudice and tolerance)
 

 

Gender roles
 

 

Include examples from each of the types of readings studied in this course.

Format your paper as advised by your facilitator. (Note: Students who are enrolled in the BA in English program may be required to use MLA formatting.)

 

 
 

 

 

ENG 295 Week 5 Issues in Children’s Literature
 

Create a 10- to 12-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation analyzing issues in children’s literature. Select three of the following issues to include in your presentation. (You may also select an issue not listed as long as you seek faculty approval prior to Week Five.)

 

 

 

Gender roles
 

 

Censorship (by parents, schools, libraries, era-specific)
 

 

Violence
 

 

Sex and sexual orientation
 

 

Authorial intent
 

 

Race
 

 

Language/Lexile® scales
 

 

Analyze each issue by applying it to a specific reading from this course. For instance, if you choose censorship, select a reading that is often censored and determine why it is censored and whether or not you agree with that censorship. (Note: The discussion should be about the literature and its benefits or defects, not about personal opinion and social norms.)

Deliver your presentation and submit your presentation file or link.

 

 

 

For Local Campus, deliver your oral presentation accompanied by your slides or multimedia.
 

 

For Online Campus, provide detailed speaker notes in the presentation file or in a separate document.
 

 

 

 
 

 
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