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The Young Adult Novel

LIT-910
3 Credits
Correspondence
4.89/5.00
Learn how to make the reading of young adult novels stimulating and relevant to students' lives. Discover refreshing and practical ways to integrate quality young adult novels into your curriculum, simplifying your teaching and making literature more accessible for your students. This course offers an excellent opportunity for teachers to learn more about the young adult novel as a genre and how to incorporate it into a traditional classic-based classroom. You will also learn how to select appropriate and high-quality novels. Outstanding CD-ROM resource included. This course is meant for Grades 5-12.

NOTE: Required book must be acquired separately.

This course is applicable towards the Literature Appreciation Certificate.

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Elaine Reimer-Paré

Instructor
As I work with young readers and writers in my own classroom, I continue to search for ways to engage students with literature and the writing process: How can I help students become more confident and independent readers? How can I help students communicate effectively? How can I help students recognize the inherent value and enjoyment of reading and writing well? Because I know that other teachers ask themselves these same questions, I am passionate about my work at Fresno Pacific. The opportunity to engage with other teaching professionals is inspiring and rewarding; I hope that a collaborative sharing of ideas and strategies will enrich our teaching of reading and writing even further.