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Descriptive Record for Educational Resource No. 13
Subject:
Language Arts | Visual Arts
Topic:
Literature; Children; Authorship; Children's Literature--Technique
Grade Level:
K-3 | Grades 4-6 | Grades 7, 8 | Secondary I-V (Quebec)
Type of Learning Resource:
Comprehensive Teaching Strategy
Description:
This comprehensive teaching strategy is intended to help children understand the writing process, from inspiration to publication. The students will follow the same steps used by celebrated Canadian children's authors such as Tim Wynne-Jones and illustrator Eric Beddows in Zoom Upstream and Ginette Anfousse in L'École (School), in order to publish and launch their own children's book.
Duration:
180 min.
Author of Resource:
Ian Bron
Language:
English; French
Date:
2001-3-1
Curriculum Connections:
All Provinces/Territories: Language Arts: Grades 3-7
All Provinces/Territories: Visual Arts: Grades 3-7
Quebec: Language Arts: Grade 3 - Sec. I
Quebec: Visual Arts: Grade 3 - Sec. I