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by Joan K. Blaska

eBook Using Children's Literature to Learn About Disabilities and Illness epub
  • ISBN: 1886979073
  • Author: Joan K. Blaska
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Practical Press; First Edition edition (1996)
  • Pages: 168 pages
  • ePUB size: 1109 kb
  • FB2 size 1628 kb
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Blaska was concerned that books with characters with disabilities and illnesses were not being incorporated into the curricula in early childhood programs.

Blaska was concerned that books with characters with disabilities and illnesses were not being incorporated into the curricula in early childhood programs.

The book is designed for parents and early childhood professionals to help young children (birth through third grade) learn about disabilities and illnesses through children s literature, and allow all children to have th. .

The book is designed for parents and early childhood professionals to help young children (birth through third grade) learn about disabilities and illnesses through children s literature, and allow all children to have the opportunity to learn about diversity of ability much like they learn about cultural diversity. Using Children's Literature to Learn About Disabilities and Illness: For Parents and Professionals Working With Young Children. 1891928244 (ISBN13: 9781891928246).

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Subtitle For Parents and Professionals Working with Young Children. ISBN13: 9781891928246. More Books . ABOUT CHEGG.

p Children’s literature is profoundly influential in the lives of students and . Using Children's Literature To Facilitate the Understanding of Disabilities.

p Children’s literature is profoundly influential in the lives of students and is widespread throughout schools, libraries, and homes. However, the field of children’s literature lacks diversity across several domains, particularly race, gender, and ability. Books are an important way in which children learn about themselves, others and the world around them. Children's literature can potentially promote awareness of individual differences and similarities, acceptance of self and others, and information that counteracts ignorance, misperceptions and stereotypes about disability.

Blaska, Joan K. (2003) What’s Happening in YA Literature? Trends in Books for Adolescents. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 52(7), 563–572. (2003). Using Children’s Literature to Learn about Disabilities and Illness Troy, NY: Educator’s International. Carroll, Pamela . and Rosenblum, . enny. What’s Happening in YA Literature? Trends in Books for Adolescents.

Disability in children's literature is a subject that has been the focus of changing attitudes in broader society since the 1970s

Disability in children's literature is a subject that has been the focus of changing attitudes in broader society since the 1970s. The movement to include children and youth with disabilities into mainstream society has led to new approaches on the part of authors, as well as educators. In the United States, 10% of the population has a physical, cognitive, mental or health disability, a rate that is consistent worldwide.

Using Children's Literature to Learn About Disabilities and Illness: For Parents and Professionals Working With Young Children.

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For each book, they analyzed characterizations of those with disabilities and generated tips for using the book to teach about disabilities.

Portrayal of disabilities in Caldecott books. For each book, they analyzed characterizations of those with disabilities and generated tips for using the book to teach about disabilities. They argue that accurate portrayals of characters with disabilities, particularly the types of disabilities encountered most frequently by young children, are needed in award-winning picture books.

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