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EDUC 201 - Mikoda (Spring 2020) : Home
Welcome to your EDUC 201 Library Class! Today's class will be focusing on reviewing children's literature for multicultural aspects. You should have all reviewed the materials before today, including reading the article assigned to you and looking at the checklist. I will include a link below to the checklist document you will need to complete class today.
If you have not already done so, please read the article assigned to you. It informs what you will be doing in class today. Once you have completed that, please view the video below.
Participate in the Zoom video lecture that will orient you to class today!
Please view the video on how to find a children's book in the Milne Library Catalog.
After viewing the video, please find one children's book and complete the "in-class" activity. You may use a children's book you have at home already, or you can use a book you find online. The box labeled "Places to Find Children's Books Online" contains seven links that provide access to online children's books. Many of them are videos of people reading picture books, but some contain scanned books you can view cover to cover (such as the International Children's Digital Library).
Once you have completed the "in-class" activity for the day, you can begin with your assignment. If you are looking for suggestions for titles, please utilize the links located in the box on the right hand side labeled "Places to find Reviews of Children's and YA Books." If you need help, please feel free to contact me at Sarah.firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate in the subject line that you are from the ED 201 class.
Access to relevant information about Pre K-12 books and media of all types, including reviews from respected publications. Includes thousands of books that have been recognized as having particular merit such as Newbery, Caldecott, and Coretta Scott King Awards. Coverage is from 1993 to the present.