INF 322T - Children's Literature

Spring 2017
Unique ID: 27830
Syllabus:   Syllabus
Prof:  Rocco, Marion
Room: UTC 4.110
Days:  Tue
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
 

Prerequisites:
Upper-division standing.

Description:
Evaluation, selection, and proper and creative use of books and other media with children. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Information Studies 322T and 322W may not both be counted.

Notes:
Detailed Course Summary:
Children’s Literature (INF 322T) is a survey course in the
evaluation, selection, and proper and creative use of books and
other media with children ages 0 to 14 (birth through grade 8).
Objectives:
In this course, students will engage in extensive reading of
children's books to:
• develop their capacity to critically read, analyze, and
respond to a diverse body of literature
• identify and evaluate the elements of various genres of
children’s literature
• apply knowledge of children, their development, and interests
to the selection and recommendation of appropriate literature
• apply knowledge of selection and evaluation criteria to books
created for children
• choose and create activities to use in the K-12 classroom to
extend children's knowledge and appreciation for literature

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