Children's Literature and Literacy
Course Description: Some human stories endure for centuries. Literature sheds light on the past and explores this future. This course utlizes the power of teaching with Children's literature in order to undersatnd how we make meaning in the world. We will cover the content and pedagogical explore foundational knowledge of literature, the social practices of meaning making ,and strategies for teaching
J. Gregory McVerry
Davis Hall 209B
Understand literature as a pathway to literacy.
Analyze how voices are amplified and lost in children's literature
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