Teaching young adult literature / edited by Mike Cadden, Karen Coats, and Roberta Seelinger Trites
- Introduction / Mike Caden, Karen Coats, and Roberta Seelinger Trites -- Part I: Theories, themes, and issues -- The effect of affect: Young adult literature, literary theory, and emotionalism / Michelle Ann Abate -- Contemplating childhood and adolescence in Elie Wiesel's Night / Lee A. Talley -- Youth, transnationalism, identity: Young adult literature and world literature / Melek Ortabasi -- Say their names: Complicating the single-story narrative of city kids / Carey Applegate -- Embracing discomfort and difference in the teaching of young adult literature: Notes toward an unfinished project / Ebony Elizabeth Thomas -- Teaching Texas borderlands young adult literature / Amy Cummins -- Language, identity, and social reality in twenty-first century American Indian young adult fiction / Katie Kapurch -- "Re-presenting" gender in multicultural young adult literature / Livia Antony and Padma Baliga -- Subverting normative paradigms: Teaching representations of gender and queerness in young adult literature / Angel Daniel Matos -- Teaching transgressive texts / Melanie Gross -- But I can't use this in a classroom! Teaching risky/risqué young adult literature / Jon M. Wargo and Laura Apol -- Addressing school censorship in the young adult literature course / Wendy J. Glenn -- The case for teaching young adult literature everywhere / S. Patrice Jones -- Surveying fiction: Teaching young adult literature across the curriculum / Billie Jarvis-Freeman -- Literary education that crosses borders: Adolescent fiction in the upper grades of secondary schools / Helma van Lierop-Debrauwer -- The pleasures and impasses of teaching young adult literature to Polish graduates in English studies / Justyna Deszcz-Tryhubczak -- Part II: Genres and forms -- Teaching young adult science fiction / Farah Mendlesohn -- Representations of youth, schooling, and education in dystopian young adult novels / Elizabeth Marshall -- Teaching genre: Fairy tales and their retellings in young adult literature / Mary Bricker -- The story behind the story: A cross-textual, new historicist approach to historical fiction / Mary Adler -- Taking a second look at first-person narration in young adult realistic fiction / Cathryn M. Mercier -- Peritext and pedagogy: Supporting critical thinking through young adult nonfiction / Don Latham and Melissa Gross -- Teaching the young adult verse narrative / Karen Coats -- Integrating comics into an undergraduate young adult literature course / Gwen Athene Tarbox -- Teaching adolescent film: A cultural-historical activity-theory approach / Meghann Meeusen -- Part III: Assignments -- Theorized storytelling: A tool for practicing reader-response criticism / Melissa Sara Smith -- Team-based learning and young adult literature / Roxanne Harde -- On curating online anthologies: Not the traditional term paper / Camille Buffington, Beverly Lyon Clark, and Eric Esten -- The young adult critical edition project / Virginia Zimmerman -- Sound tracks of our lives: Mix tapes and playlists in the young adult literature classroom / Jan C. Susina -- The politics of realism: Interdisciplinary explorations of adolescent "storm and stress" / Katherine Bell -- Teaching young adult girls' books: Why bother? / Lauren Byler -- Part IV: Resources -- Resources / Mike Cadden.
- "Offers pedagogical techniques for teaching classic and contemporary young adult (YA) literature and texts about growing to adulthood. Addresses issues of selecting classroom texts, building cultural awareness, responding to censorship, and reading both emotionally and critically. Gives syllabus suggestions for undergraduate and graduate courses in literature, education, and library science"--
- 9781603294584 hardcover
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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