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- 1. Maria Nikolajeva’s Reading for Learning is the third study in John Benjamins’ Children’s Literature, Culture, and Cognition (CLCC) series, which focuses on promoting innovative multi- and interdisciplinary approaches to children’s culture in international contexts. Nikolajeva’s book fulfils this aspiration skilfully Maria Nikolajeva is an academic hailing from Russia, whose chief focus is on literary theory and the study of children's books. "I was born in Russia, and I moved to Sweden in 1981. Until 2008 I was a Professor of Comparative Literature at Stockholm University, Sweden. I had previously looked at various learning platforms, This will be the last book in my 2020 re-reading challenge, Posted by Maria Nikolajeva at Buy Reading for Learning: Cognitive approaches to children's literature (Children’s Literature, Culture, and Cognition) UK ed.

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av barnlitteraturforskaren Maria Nikolajeva,. been constructed with inspiration from Maria Nikolajeva and Pil Dahlerup and their The picture-books in the study separate the ethnical Swedish from ethical [I became happier and wiser : young adults reading of fiction] by Eva Ranglin(  Syllabus; Reading list. Syllabus. 30 credits; Course code: 5SV214; Education cycle: First cycle; Main field(s) of study and in-depth level: Swedish G1N, Literature  The culture of reading and the teaching of English. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1994. Nikolajeva, Maria. Hur man skapar en succé: fenomenet  The study proceed from the sociocultural theory which means that children What is the narratological difference between reading the book aloud and silently?

Maria Nikolajeva. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2014.

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by: Nikolajeva, Maria. Published: (2014) The rhetoric of character in children's literature / Maria Nikolajeva. by: Nikolajeva, Maria. Published: (2002) Reading for Learning by Maria Nikolajeva, 9789027201577, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

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“ Reading for Learning is part detailed introduction to a rapidly developing discipline (‘literary critics are fascinated by the new vistas opened up by brain research’), part passionate polemic (‘reading is social justice’), part lively analyses of children’s picture books and novels, and part survey of the connections between criticism, psychology and literacy. As an ‘open-ended exploration’ of the rapidly-developing inter-disciplinary field of Cognitive Criticism, it is Reading for Learning by Maria Nikolajeva (Discussion Questions) Leave a reply Perhaps I’ve always just taken for granted that reading was indispensable for young people (and all people in general). Nikolajeva, M. (2014). Reading for Learning. Cognitive Approaches to Children's Literature. John Benjamins. Hilton, M. and Nikolajeva, M., Eds. (2012) Contemporary adolescent literature and culture: The emergent adult.

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Amsterdam: Benjamin. Maria Nikolajeva (born 16 May 1952) is a Swedish literary critic and academic, specialising in children's literature.
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Framework läsa för att lära (reading to learn) Maria Nikolajeva (2013) skriver att ett noggrant  av E Skantz Åberg · 2014 · Citerat av 2 — children learn to read and write with the use of digital technologies, shift in paradigm was taking place at the time when Mary Clay in 1966 picture books, Nikolajeva and Scott's (2001) framework for examining the complex. Authors : Maria Nikolajeva1.