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ENGL 5323
Bibliographical Issues in Children's Literature
Three semester hours.
Selection of materials for children based on personal and curriculum-needs for the young child to young adult age groups, studies of historical development. Critical analysis, study of and use of folklore, poetry, imagination and informational literature. Contemporary realism and literature of multi-ethnic cultures. Preparation of bibliographies and displays, storytelling, and annotation writing, oral and written reports, book talks, critical evaluations, and the sharing of reading experience. Research on reading interest. Promotion of intercultural understanding through media studies. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.

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