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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Judith A Hayn; Judith Hayn; Jeffrey S Kaplan
|ISBN:||9781442207196 1442207191 9781442207202 1442207205|
|Description:||viii, 296 pages ; 23 cm|
section 1. Where has YAL been? Young adult literature: defining the role of research / Judith A. Hayn and Amanda L. Nolen --
The changing face of young adult literature: what teachers and researchers need to know to enhance their practice and inquiry / Jeffrey S. Kaplan --
Literacy teacher education today and the teaching of adolescent literature: perspectives on research and practice / Susan E. Elliott-Johns --
section 2: Where is YAL now? Identifying obstacles and garnering support: young adult literature in the English language arts classroom / Kelly Byrne Bull --
Using young adult literature to motivate and engage the disengaged / Michelle J. Kelley, Nance S. Wilson, and Melanie D. Koss --
Dystopian novels: what imagined futures tell young readers about the present and future / Crag Hill --
Out of the closet and into the open: LGBTQ young adult literature in the language arts classroom / Laura A. Renzi, Mark Letcher, and Kristen Miraglia --
Multicultural adolescent literature: finding the balance / Judith A. Hayn and Sarah M. Burns --
Updating young adult literature reading lists while retaining quality titles / Lisa A. Hazlett --
Crossing boundaries: genre-blurring in books for young adults / Barbara A. Ward, Terrell a Young, and Deanna Day --
The best-selling adult novelist and young adult fiction / Steven T. Bickmore --
Young adult literature as a call to social activism / Lois T. Stover and Jacqueline Bach --
section 3. Where is YAL going? Beyond the language arts classroom: the dynamic intersection of young adult literature and technological, pedagogical, and content knowledge / Colleen T. Sheehy and Karina R. Clemmons --
Reading with blurred boundaries; the influence of digital and visual culture on young adult novels / Linda T. Parsons and Melanie Hundley --
YAL in cyberspace: how teachers are following their students into new literacies / James Blasingame --
|Responsibility:||Judith A. Hayn and Jeffrey S. Kaplan.|
English education scholars Hayn (Univ. of Arkansas, Little Rock) and Kaplan (Univ. of Central Florida, Orlando) have created a small gem: a book on young adult literature (YAL) that offers a solid
- Young adult literature -- Study and teaching.
- Teenagers -- Books and reading -- United States.
- EDUCATION / Teaching Methods & Materials / General.
- EDUCATION / Elementary.
- EDUCATION / Higher.
- EDUCATION / Secondary.
- EDUCATION / Teaching Methods & Materials / Reading & Phonics.
- Teenagers -- Books and reading.
- United States.