Project #77885 - Children Literature Individual Inquiry Project

This is a self-selected individual project that should be a significant research project and probe the depths of what you have learned over the semester on a specific topic that you extend your research/interests outside of the course discussions. As a “final” project, it should explore your chosen topic in detail, demonstrate an understanding of the major concepts covered in class, and focus on some aspect of children’s literature.   

 

An academic essay (minimum 4 full pages)

 

All projects must consult and internally site (either APA or MLA) four external sources with no more than two coming from materials directly read in the course as assigned texts.

 

Topic:

Diversity

Sources can use:

Books by scholars, articles by scholars (accessed through the library or library online database)

Scholars', authors', or publishers' blogs/websites

Upper tier magazines and periodicals (so something like New York Times, but not necessarily something like Men's Health, although I'm not sure why you would use the latter)

Your textbook could even count as one of the sources

 

My teacher answer my topic:

 

As for your topic, it's a good start but you'll need to get more specific. What about Diversity in children's literature? How are you going to put a critical spin on it? Are you going to look at a variety of books that display diversity? Look at a specifc race or culture? Look across various races/cultures? Will you include disability and sexuality as well or just race/culture? Without some more specific ideas here from you, I can't give you more sources that will help you. I can give you this website I created that includes a lot of good sources (blogs, publishers, and periodicals) on the topic generally that might help you: http://kgrice3.wix.com/lcyadiversity

Paper Formatting

All dropbox submitted papers (Reader Autobiography, Picturebook Analysis Paper, IIP Project, and Reflection Paper) should follow these formatting guidelines:

·      12 pt. font, Times New Roman

·      Double Space

·      1” margins (note, this might not be your computer default)

·      Before/After spacing set at 0 (note, this might not be your computer default)

 

o   To get to the former requirement, highlight your text—right click—click on “Paragraph”—under “Spacing” you should see “Before” and “After”—set both at “0”

 

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Due By (Pacific Time) 08/04/2015 12:00 pm
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