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The place of literature in child's life

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  1. 1. KRISTINE YLLENE PURINO Narrative Reflection The Place of Literature in Child’s life is emphasize the literary of all young people at school from time to time. They have to realize that education is a valuable ingredient and that remained. Reading books is important to all children that’s why we need to show them and believe that they need to place a literature in their life. Even the culture has changed also their wants and needs. Teacher, Parents and Librarian can help the children. They can work effectively to developed the child for reading books. Also to motivate them and we contribute for their country’s. The children must be receive and love books. They need to appreciate reading books to know them the important thing in reading the books. Literature release a stress. The children must accompany their parents in the library or something that has a reading room. The development of children’s literature reflect the spirit and interests of the period. The literature must we experience and put to our life especially to all children. The stories were about the adventures of the older people, about animals and imaginary characters. Lesson 1 Place of Literature in Child’s Life From the beginnings of education in our country, children’s literature has always had a place in school curriculum. Although the emphases in the literary experiences of young people at school have changed from time to time, the basic commitment to literature as a valuable ingredient to their education. This kind of environment produces a depraved child with questionable values in life. Those existing conditions are not impossible to change as long as there are people who are aware of the needs of the child and more willing to do something to counteract what bought such conditions. A child appreciation of good literature comes partly from exposure to stimulating stories and which starts at home. Children’s literature contribute toward creative development in boys and girls and offers many opportunities for creative teaching. The creative teaching of literature can contribute to creative development in many ways: 1. It can stimulate children to write for themselves. Children who write their own literature are always eager to see what others write. 2. It can help build a vocabulary that will help the child to express himself better. 3. It can help children build skills in expression. 4. It can develop a sensitivity to sights, sounds, words, life’s problems and people. Literature provides various experiences which enhances the development of children. They can increase their knowledge, change their outlook, broaden their interests, develop their desirable attitudes.
  2. 2. Lesson 4 History Children’s Literature A knowledge of the historical background of the children’s literature through the ages help us understand the forces affecting the development of children literature and their characteristics at different periods. The development of children literature reflect the spirit and interests of the period. These stories were passed on by word of mouth from generation to generation before they were collected to printing. Early Beginings: Anglo Saxon Period. As far back as the Anglo Saxon Period, monks and other learned men wrote” lesson books” for children These lesson book were designed for teaching. The Medieval Period By the fifteen century books on manners and morals began to appear in England by 1430.One of this was Willian Caxton’s Boke of Curtayse published about 1477. ABC Books In the sixteen century .ABC books or primers appeared. They were so called because they were used at the hour of prime as books of private devotions in the Angelican church. Thus the term primer came to be applied to all the first books for children in school. Hornbook The hornbook which were not really books appeared toward the end of the sixteenth century. These were the first books designed for children to handle. They were about 3 by 4 ½ inches long and 2 inches wide. These books could be hung around the necks of children. Chapbooks In the sixteenth century, printing became cheaper. Single sheets of paper printed on one side only called broadsides were issued. These broadsides contained ballads of Robin Hood. Puritan Period In England and America,books for children were influenced by puritan ideas. The books stressed fear of God,religious instruction and preparation for death, which the children did not enjoy. It was a small book, about 3 by 4 ½ inches and had about 100 pages. It contain the alphabet, words and syllables for spelling lessons the Lord’s Prayer, catechism, hymns and verses. rhymes for each letter of the alphabets.
  3. 3. First Picture Book In 1658 the first illustrated school book appeared. It was known as Orbis Sensualum or Orbis Pictrus (The world in picture).It was invented by Johann Amos Comenius. Bishop of Moravia and an educator who believed in teaching children by letting them see things with their own eyes. John Newberry Era Was a writer and publisher who first thought of publishing books solely for children. He was called “the father of children literature” for he conceive the idea of publishing of books for the enjoyment and entertainment of children. The deductive period Jean Jacques rousseau was a French philosopher who started a new philosophy in the education of children his book Emily embodied the philosophy the children be given freedom to develop the natural interests and learned from actual The return of fairy Tales Old and New The influence of didacticism was unable to control permanently children’s love for fairy tales. The publication of Grimm’s Fairy tales revived the interest for imaginative stories, Jacob and Welhelm Grimm collected the old German stories not for the entertainment of tifically for posterity. Realistic Literature This period was marked with the appearance of stories of boys and girls in simple home situations. Lesson 5 Development of children’s literature in the Philippines Children’s literature in the Philippines had been in existence as far back as the primitive era Even before colonizers came to the Philippines, the Filipinos already had their own language, their own alphabet, knew how to read and write and had a system of communication. When the Spanish colonizers came to the Iceland, they not only brought Christianity and their culture.but also religious literature and instruction for children. In 1593, the first book for children in the Philippines, Doctrina Christiana En lengua Tagala y Espanola by Father Domingo Nieva was published.
  4. 4. In 1606, Memorias De La Vida en Lengua China was published. Pamphlets containing the lives of saints, novenarios, prayers and sermons of the missionaries and parish priest were circulated among the converts. Jose Rizal wrote some children stories like” the Monkey and the Turtles” and translate some fairytales of Hans Christian Andersen from Danish to Tagalog. UNIT II Lesson I Development of Poetry for Children and their Poem- Makers A study of a development of poetry for children shows that with each successive period in its history, gifted makers of verse shows in their work more of the veritable substance and essence of true poetry. The development has been irregular but in the order of appearance most of the writer of the present inherited from the past and each in his own way tried to sing the song of childhood in key with the spirit of the child and the spirit of the time. A great many of the subject of Devine and Moral and Songs of Children were copied by imitators. William Blake (1767-1827) was the first of the important English poets to write poetry for children. Ann and Jane Taylor (1782-1866) (1783-1824) began to write for little children when they were scarcely more than children themselves. Edward Lear (18121-1888) had no literary forerunner, he was simply himself. He was a gifted young English artists who at the age of nineteen years made colored drawings of birds for the London Zoo-Logical society and later he was employed by the Earl of Darby to draw picture of his family. Cristina Rossetti (1839-1894) wrote very simple little poems for children she possessed matched of the spiritual quality found in William Blake. Miss Rossetti was a great master of musical language and metrical arts. Celia Laighton Thaxter (1835-1894) was one of the earliest American writers of verse for children. Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) occupied a unique place as a writer for children. Laura Elizabeth Richards (1850-1853) who was the daughter of Julia Ward Howe, author of The Battle Hymn of the republic, was not only a poet but also musician.
  5. 5. Allan Alexander Milne (1882-1956) as known more as familiarly A A. Milne he started literary work by giving his full attention to the writing of plays. Rachel Field (1884-1942) has been most successful in this genre and her collection contain numerens poems about people and objects. Lesson 2 Mother Goose Rhymes or Nursery Rhymes Children all over the world have recited, sang, and repeated mother goose rhymes, but they have never bothered to their origin and their meaning most of the rhymes had been handed a down from generation to generation. A Mother Goose Rhymes were handed down orally, They undergone many changes. The verses reveal interesting of history, old customs, manners and beliefs. Qualities of Mother Goose Rhymes 1. Musical Quality 2. Action 3. Humor 4. Story Interest 5. Variety of Subject Matter A. animals B. alphabets C. dialogue D. counting rhymes E. Games F. people G. time verses I. tongue twister
  6. 6. J. weather K. Accumulative story L. Singing Rhymes Lesson 3 Verses for Children A verses is a line for poetry having, usually, a determine metrical or rhythmical pattern. A humor verse deals with the amusing themes that befall by real people, might conceivably befall them. A nonsense verse deals with absurd or meaningless words as pabbles, jumbles, potatoes that dance, chickens that go out to tea.

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