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From Hinton to Hamlet : building bridges between young adult literature and the classics

Author: Sarah K Herz; Donald R Gallo
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1996.
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Demonstrates how YA literature can be used in the English classroom and across the curriculum.
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Herz, Sarah K.
From Hinton to Hamlet.
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1996
(OCoLC)652265090
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah K Herz; Donald R Gallo
ISBN: 0313286361 9780313286360
OCLC Number: 33041774
Description: xvi, 127 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Chapter 1 Letting Go: How I Stopped Forcing Books down Students' Throats and Found Out What They Really Needed 1 --
Chapter 2 What Is Young Adult Literature Anyway? Can It Be Any Good If Students Like It? 7 --
Chapter 3 Directing versus Exploring: How to Get to Where You're Going without a Literary Map 13 --
Chapter 4 Building Bridges: Getting Students from Wherever They Are to Where the Curriculum Says They Should Be 25 --
Chapter 5 Creating Library Lions 75 --
Chapter 6 Other Backyards: Using Young Adult Books for Interdisciplinary Studies 83 --
Chapter 7 What's Next: Where Can I Find More Information? 93.
Responsibility: Sarah K. Herz with Donald R. Gallo.
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Demonstrates how YA literature can be used in the English classroom and across the curriculum.

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