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Using Children's Literature to Teach in Today's Classroom: Home

A list of resources supporting the use of children's literature in today's classroom, including a representative list of children's books that have been, or can be, used by teachers.

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Here, you will find listed, grouped and, in many cases, linked NYIT Library and Internet resources intended to support and facilitate using children's literature to teach more effectively in today's classroom. Resources include print, electronic and online (Web-based) formats. 

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Subject Guide: Using Children's Lit. to Teach in Today's Classroom

  

This guide presents NYIT Library and Internet resources helpful to teachers seeking to use children's literature to support learning in the classroom. Where possible, links are included, providing fast, easy click-to access to important resources.

Resource groups, each with its own tab above, are as follows:

 

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