Literary Analysis with Children's Books: Language and Aesthetics Mini Lessons

Literary Analysis with Children's Books: Language and Aesthetics Mini Lessons
Literary Analysis with Children's Books: Language and Aesthetics Mini Lessons
Literary Analysis with Children's Books: Language and Aesthetics Mini Lessons
Literary Analysis with Children's Books: Language and Aesthetics Mini Lessons
Literary Analysis with Children's Books: Language and Aesthetics Mini Lessons
Literary Analysis with Children's Books: Language and Aesthetics Mini Lessons
Literary Analysis with Children's Books: Language and Aesthetics Mini Lessons
Literary Analysis with Children's Books: Language and Aesthetics Mini Lessons
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Looking for an engaging mini lesson to scaffold literary analysis? Try using picture books to help students focus on language and aesthetics. This resource contains two graphic organizers with scaffolded questions to use during mini lessons, small group discussions, and independent application.

WHO LITERARY ANALYSIS WITH PICTURE BOOKS IS FOR

This resource is intended for middle and high school teachers who are looking to...

1. engage students in mini lessons about an author's use of grammar, punctuation, vocabulary, figurative language, and aesthetics

2. bridge whole-class instruction with independent reading

3. supplement literature circle and book club units with common literary analysis lessons

LITERARY ANALYSIS WITH PICTURE BOOKS CONTENTS

This secured PDF resource contains...

1. two graphic organizers, one for any language element and one for aesthetics like use of color and font

2. a list of suggested picture books to use as mentor texts during picture book analysis lessons

3. a list of possible topics for students to analyze, including grammar, vocabulary, color and font formatting, and figurative language elements, as they research children's books

4. example responses you can use to model with students

WHY PICTURE BOOK ANALYSIS?

Picture books provide an entire story's worth of elements to analyze in a short amount of time. In just 10 minutes, students can gather enough information to study language, story elements, style choices, author's craft, and more. Literary analysis with picture books also provides a bank of common texts the whole class can refer back to and connect with all year long. Plus, it will help students value the connection between reading, writing, and language.

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