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The Girl with the Brown Crayon: How Childen Use Stories to Shape Their… (1997 original; edició 1998)

de Vivian Gussin Paley (Autor)

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Once again Vivian Paley takes us into the inquiring minds and the dramatic worlds of young children learning in the kindergarten classroom. As she enters her final year of teaching, Paley tells in this book a story of farewell and a story of self-discovery--through the thoughts and blossoming spirit of Reeny, a little girl with a fondness for the color brown and an astonishing sense of herself. "This brown girl dancing is me," Reeny announces, as her crayoned figures flit across the classroom walls. Soon enough we are drawn into Reeny's remarkable dance of self-revelation and celebration, and into the literary turn it takes when Reeny discovers a kindred spirit in Leo Lionni--a writer of books and a teller of tales. Led by Reeny, Paley takes us on a tour through the landscape of characters created by Lionni. These characters come to dominate a whole year of discussion and debate, as the children argue the virtues and weaknesses of Lionni's creations and his themes of self-definition and an individual's place in the community. The Girl with the Brown Crayon tells a simple personal story of a teacher and a child, interweaving the themes of race, identity, gender, and the essential human needs to create and to belong. With characteristic charm and wonder, Paley discovers how the unexplored territory unfolding before her and Reeny comes to mark the very essence of school, a common core of reference, something to ponder deeply and expand on extravagantly.… (més)
Membre:Leon.Steven
Títol:The Girl with the Brown Crayon: How Childen Use Stories to Shape Their Lives
Autors:Vivian Gussin Paley (Autor)
Informació:Harvard University Press (1998), Edition: Second Printing, 112 pages
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Etiquetes:chapter book, early childhood education, child development, teaching, education, non-fiction

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The Girl with the Brown Crayon de Vivian Gussin Paley (1997)

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I loved reading this book. it's true stories that children have said in a kindergarten class. it brings great perspective to how children learn and react to their surroundings and how they comprehend information.
  Nicole.Hayden | Oct 17, 2019 |
This book was interesting because as an early education major, I was able to connect with this book as a teacher but not as a personal connection. Some of the ideas and methods she does in her classroom I would like to do the same. Such as if my students are invested in an author, I would have the children write letters.
  Galiana.Carranza | Oct 17, 2019 |
Short but lovely book of insights from a teacher's last year in the classroom. It won't necessarily give you techniques (it's not that kind of book), but it could give you ideas about integrating stories into your work. And it's particularly enjoyable if you're familiar with Leo Lionni, the author her students read and drew and thought and talked about all year. ( )
  bostonian71 | Sep 8, 2015 |
Genre: autobiographical

This is a good autobiography because she talks about her experience in the classroom. It isn't a complete autobiography because it does not cover her whole life but it does show one full school year in detail.

Age Appropriate: This book isn't necessarily for reading to students but i thought that it was a good resource for the classroom.

Rubric: 24/25 I took out plot because she couldn't control the plot of the story.
  katie.harrel | Apr 6, 2010 |
Genre: Biography
Age Appropriate: Middle School/Adult
Review: This book is a good example of a biography because the story is factual and is about an actual person's life. The author portrays the character in ways that a variety of people can identify with using multiple perspectives. The author tells about her final year of teaching and how she interacts with her class, especially one of the little girl's, Reeney. The entire class develops a passion for the books by Leo Lionni and they reinvent their classroom around discussions of the stories.
Characterization: Reeny is a dynamic character because she undergoes great change as she reads and becomes familiar with more Leo Lionni books. She is challenged and stretched by the various meanings the books represent. Her character develops as the reader reads the pages and follows her thinking. ( )
  awidmer06 | Nov 10, 2008 |
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Once again Vivian Paley takes us into the inquiring minds and the dramatic worlds of young children learning in the kindergarten classroom. As she enters her final year of teaching, Paley tells in this book a story of farewell and a story of self-discovery--through the thoughts and blossoming spirit of Reeny, a little girl with a fondness for the color brown and an astonishing sense of herself. "This brown girl dancing is me," Reeny announces, as her crayoned figures flit across the classroom walls. Soon enough we are drawn into Reeny's remarkable dance of self-revelation and celebration, and into the literary turn it takes when Reeny discovers a kindred spirit in Leo Lionni--a writer of books and a teller of tales. Led by Reeny, Paley takes us on a tour through the landscape of characters created by Lionni. These characters come to dominate a whole year of discussion and debate, as the children argue the virtues and weaknesses of Lionni's creations and his themes of self-definition and an individual's place in the community. The Girl with the Brown Crayon tells a simple personal story of a teacher and a child, interweaving the themes of race, identity, gender, and the essential human needs to create and to belong. With characteristic charm and wonder, Paley discovers how the unexplored territory unfolding before her and Reeny comes to mark the very essence of school, a common core of reference, something to ponder deeply and expand on extravagantly.

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