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Ray, Katie Wood, 1964-
In pictures and in words : teaching the qualities of good writing through illustration study / Katie Wood Ray
Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann, c2010
book jacket
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 4th Floor  PN147.5 .R39 2010    DUE 11-14-14 OFF CAMPUS
Subject(s) Children's literature -- Authorship
Illustration of books
Illustrated children's books
Physical Description xi, 263 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-263)
Contents Section one. Illustration study as a foundation for strong writing -- Chapter one. Why illustration study matters to the development of young writers -- Chapter two. Building stamina for writing by supporting children's work as illustrators -- Chapter three. Writing and illustrating as parallel composing processes -- Chapter four. Teaching an essential habit of mind: reading like writers in the context of illustration study -- Chapter five. Learning qualities of good writing from illustration techniques -- Chapter six. The writing workshop: planning and implementing a unit of study in illustrations
Section two. Fifty illustration techniques and the qualities of good writing they suggest: a predictable framework -- Chapter seven. Ideas and content, in pictures and in words -- Chapter eight. Precision and detail, in pictures and in words -- Chapter nine. Wholeness of text, in pictures and in words -- Chapter ten. Tone, in pictures and in words -- Chapter eleven. Layout and design, in pictures and in words
Series In pictures and in words

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