eng295 | undergraduate
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Issues in Children’s Literature
- Explain how children’s literature helps children develop character.
- Explain the value of teaching children’s literature.
- Analyze issues in children’s literature.
Fables, Folktales, Myths, and Legends
- Discuss the history and cultural significance of myths and legends.
- Identify the classic fables, folktales, myths, and legends, from around the world.
- Explain the moral purposes of fables and folktales for children.
- Explain how fiction helps children develop imagination and emotional maturity.
- Identify major works of fiction for children.
- Identify the classic works of children’s poetry.
- Describe rhythms, moods, images, and patterns in classic children’s poetry.
- Explain how poems can instill an appreciation for animals and the natural world in children.
- Analyze how poems can stimulate the imagination of children.
- Describe key attributes of children’s alphabets, chapbooks, and picture books.
- Explain the importance of illustration in children’s literature.
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