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English 275, Week One

by: Erika De Leygraaf

English 275, Week One 275

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Goes over what we discussed: syllabus, due dates, test dates, etc. Assignments for the day: read and Ted Talk
Classic Children's Literature
Felt, Elizabeth
Class Notes
english, Literature, notes




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Erika De Leygraaf on Sunday August 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 275 at University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point taught by Felt, Elizabeth in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 63 views. For similar materials see Classic Children's Literature in ENGLISH (ENG) at University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point.

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Date Created: 08/07/16
9/7/16  What We Discussed:  ­ Syllabus  ­ Copy on D2L   ­ Eventually need to bring ​Classics of  Children’s Literature​ to class (fantasy unit)  ­ Journal Handout  ­ Copy on D2L  ­ Author Presentation Handout  ­ Copy on D2L  ­ Literature Terminology  ­ Picture Book:​ intended audience is ​no​ the  reading level (read by an adult to children)  ­ Easy Reader:​ pictures help reader figure out  the words  ­ Chapter Book:​ easy reader with chapters,  has a beginning and an end in each chapter  (full story)  ­ Middle Grade:​ grades 3­6  ­ Upper Middle Grade:​ grades 5­8  ­ Young Adult:​ teenagers  ­ Learn to Read → Read to Learn  ­ Books this Semester (7 total)  ­ Wizard of Oz  ­ Book for Author Presentation  ­ Literature Circle  ­ Genres: fantasy, realistic fiction,  historical fiction, and misc.  Assignments:  ­ Read Chapter Two  ­ All sections  ­ Take notes in journal  ­ Due: Monday 9/12/16  ­ Watch Ted Talk  ­ Link on D2L  ­ Write a summary in journal  ­ Due: Monday 9/12/16 


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