Instructions · Read all of the children’s literature assigned: Bryant, Jen (author) & Sweet,…

Instructions

· Read all of the children’s literature assigned:

Bryant, Jen (author) & Sweet, Melissa (illustrator)
(2014) The Right Word: Roget and His ThesaurusNew York, NY: Eerdmans

Cole, H (author)(2012) Unspoken: A Story from the
Underground Railroad New York: Scholastic Press Access here-
https://wwwarena/csaba-osvath/unspoken (Links to an external site)Links to
an external site

Greenfield, Eloise (poet) & Dillon Leo (illustrator)
& Dillon, Diane (illustrator) (1978) Honey I Love and Other Poems New
York, NY: HarperTrophy

Neri, G (author) & DuBurke, Randy (illustrator) (2010)
Yummy: The Last Days of a Southside ShortyNew York, NY: Lee & Low Books

Richard, Justin, Parnell, Peter, & Cole, Henry
(illustrator) (2005) And Tango Makes Three New York, NY: Simon &
Schuster

Singer, Marilyn (poet) & Masse, Josee (illustrator)
(2010) Mirror, Mirror: A Book of Reverso Poems New York, NY: Penguin

Van Allsburg, Chris (1984) The Mysteries of Harris Burdick
New York, NY: Houghton Mifflin

· Based on your reading of the 9 books, answer one of the
following writing prompts Write an essay using at least 1000 words

Writing Prompts
(choose one)

(1) Choose three or more of the assigned children’s
literature books that depict a conflict Write an essay in which you analyze
the sources of conflict and explain how the conflict contributes to the meaning
of the work Remember to attend to text and illustrations (if included) Avoid
summarizing the plots; instead, read critically and explore the sources of
conflict

(2) Although the assigned children’s literature texts
represent a range of topics and genres, many of the texts share thematic
strands Write an essay in which you explore the thematic connections across
three or more of the texts Remember to attend to text and illustrations (if
included) Avoid summarizing the plots; rather, read critically and explore the
thematic strands

(3) From the assigned children’s literature books, select at
least three characters who are villains Write an essay in which you analyze
the nature of each character’s villainy and show how villainy enhances the
meaning of each work Remember to attend to text and illustrations (if included)
Avoid summarizing the plots; rather, read critically and explore the
characters’ villainy

· Please look at the rubric for the evaluation criteria!!!

· Please use and upload a Google doc link for this
assignment We will be using it to track changes for feedback You will
resubmit the link to demonstrate you have made the necessary changes (google
doc tracks all changes and the date they were made)

· If you wish, you may revise your original assignment based
on your grader’s grading/commentary

· Also, use the textbook to guide your evaluation of the
children’s literature This should be evident in your paper

· Cite as appropriate

· Use the Purdue OWL for help with structuring your paper
and writing a literary
analysis(https://owlenglishpurdueedu/owl/owlprint/713/ (Links to an external
site)Links to an external site) or
(https://owlenglishpurdueedu/owl/resource/618/1/ (Links to an external
site)Links to an external site)

Rubric

Essay 1

 

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