Because children's literature explores serious issues using situations and language young students can readily understand, the authors of Sensitive Issues have selected current fiction and nonfiction elementary-level titles that can also be developed into units of study. They describe popular high-quality literature and stimulating activities to help young people deal with specific and important issues in their lives: divorce, substance abuse, death and dying, nontraditional home environments, child abuse, prejudice and cultural differences, moving, and disabilities.Line 7. Who fears (three items) Line 8. Who gives (three items) Line 9. Who would like to see (three items) Line 10. Resident of Line 1 1 . Last name The following example of a biopoem is from the story The Moves Make the Man: Jerome Black, smart, healthy, caring Brother of Maurice and Henri Lover of basketball, school, and French Who feels scared, happy, and sad Who needs basketball, school, andanbsp;...
|Author||:||Timothy V. Rasinski|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1992|