International Forum for Research in Children s Literature (IFRCL) - University of Worcester. Ricerche di Pedagogia e Didattica. Journal of Theories and Research in Education. The PDF file you selected should load here if your Web browser has a PDF reader plug-in installed (for example, a recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader).
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Re-conceptualising picturebook theory in the digital age. Ghada Al-Yaqout1 and Maria Nikolajeva2* 1English Department, College of Basic Education, PAAET, Kuwait; 2Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK Contemporary picturebook theory has produced a wide range of concepts and terms for the analysis of the various aspects of conventional picturebooks.
However, as picturebooks are rapidly entering the digital age, there is an urgent need to keep picturebook theory up to date. The multimodal nature of picturebooks, that so far has predominantly implied a combination of the verbal and the visual modes, is expanding to include auditory, tactile, and performative dimensions. This article explores the ways that digital picturebooks, or apps, demand not only new approaches, but also new terminology to describe features characteristic of the new medium, as well as conventional picturebook features acquiring a new significance in digital picturebooks.
Published: 23 January 2015 ©2015 Ghada Al-Yaqout & Maria Nikolajeva. Prensky, Marc. GEI: Home. Q-Tales > HOME. MyKomms - Changing your world for better! Welcome to the Australasian Children's Literature Association for Research. Bookbird: A Journal of International Children's Literature-Volume 54, Number 3, 2016. MLOL Scuola: il digital lending (prestito digitale) per le biblioteche scolastiche. Children's Literature at the University of Cambridge. International Research Society for Children's Literature.
Study Opportunities : Faculty of Education. There are various opportunities to study children’s literature at Cambridge.
Within the BA. Critical content analysis nrc. PolitOnlyChildren1986. Children's Literature - Electronic Journals and Book Reviews. Indicates an Internet resource that in my opinion is particularly valuable.
Aaron's Book Review Aaron is about eight, and writes reviews of the books he's read. There's a new review each month. Achuka A magazine-style children's book site from the U.K. The ALAN Review One of the leading print journals in Young Adult Literature, now also available on the Web. Booklist Includes starred reviews from recent issues of the respected reviewing journal, as well as some feature articles.
Lllustrazione. Open eBooks. ICDL - Information for Researchers. Research and scholarship. Papers from the international Hans Christian Andersen conferences The Hans Christian Andersen Center hosted the fourth international HCA conference at The University of Southern Denmark 1-5 August 2005.
Theme: Hans Christian Andersen between children's literature and adult literature. Further information here. The papers from the international Hans Christian Andersen conferences are of great value for Hans Christian Andersen scholars and are often requested at the Hans Christian Andersen Center. We have published the papers from the first two conferences, Andersen and the World and A Poet in Time, and provided a search engine.
HECL - History of Education & Children's Literature. Free ebooks by Project Gutenberg - Gutenberg. Grimmstories.
Comparative phylogenetic analyses uncover the ancient roots of Indo-European folktales. Abstract Ancient population expansions and dispersals often leave enduring signatures in the cultural traditions of their descendants, as well as in their genes and languages.
The international folktale record has long been regarded as a rich context in which to explore these legacies. To date, investigations in this area have been complicated by a lack of historical data and the impact of more recent waves of diffusion. In this study, we introduce new methods for tackling these problems by applying comparative phylogenetic methods and autologistic modelling to analyse the relationships between folktales, population histories and geographical distances in Indo-European-speaking societies.
We find strong correlations between the distributions of a number of folktales and phylogenetic, but not spatial, associations among populations that are consistent with vertical processes of cultural inheritance. 1. 2. 2.1 Data 2.2 Trees 2.3 Testing for phylogenetic signal 2.4 Autologistic analyses 3. 4. Le fiabe sono più antiche di quanto pensiamo. Le fiabe che raccontiamo oggi – comprese quelle dei cartoni animati – sono molto più antiche di quanto fino a oggi si è creduto.
Alcune, anche di quelle famosissime, sono narrate da migliaia e migliaia di anni, molto prima che la scrittura potesse tramandarle. Altre risalgono a tempi in cui le lingue che usiamo oggi non si erano ancora formate. - Il mondo dell'editoria per bambini e ragazzi, in rete. UK university courses in Children's Literature and Book Illustration. ChLA Home. Children’s Literature. Children’s Literature is published annually by The Johns Hopkins University Press and edited at Hollins University.
It is the annual publication of the Children’s Literature Association and the Modern Language Association Division on Children’s Literature. Print ISSN for the journal is 0092-8208. The journal seeks to publish theoretically based articles that demonstrate an awareness of key issues and criticism in children’s literature. Articles submitted for publication should be 20-30 pages in length and should conform to MLA style. Submission as an e-mail attachment (MS Word) is preferred. Editorial correspondence should be addressed to The Editors, Children’s Literature, Hollins University, P.O.
The origins of children’s literature. Children's Literature. An acquaintance with and an understanding of literary characters is one of the first ways a young child has of making sense of what it is to be human.
We all come to know more clearly who and what we are while reaching out, imaginatively, for what we might become. As the child dwells in and wonders at the lives lived in story, she comes to know both herself and the world and begins to see that world as something over which she, as a character in life, might exercise some control. The events of story are a means of exploration of the world, helping her to confirm, to illuminate, and to extend her own life experiences, in ways that give her power over them. Story gives public form to private meanings and thus helps those who receive its messages to reach out to other human beings in the world, knowing that they share some of the same concerns and feelings. International Research Society for Children's Literature.
Multilingual Folk Tale Database.