I. FOUNDATIONS: INTEGRATING LITERACY AND THE ARTS. 1. A Developmental Perspective on Literacy and the Arts: Alternative Ways of Knowing. 2. The Context: Integrating Theory and Practice. 3. Creativity: An Essential Ingredient for Literacy and the Arts. 4. Visualization Activities: The Ignition Key. II. EXPRESSION: CURRICULUM EXPERIENCES IN THE ARTS. 5. Art and ChildrenOs Literature: The Vision. 6. Living and Loving Poetry. 7. Drama: Bringing Ideas to Life. 8. The Singing of Songs. 9. Photography: An Alternative Way of Seeing. 10. Dance: The Most Ancient of Arts. III. APPRECIATION: PERCEIVING AND VALUING. 11. Talking and Writing about Picasso (and Others). 12. Classical Music: Wings for the Soul. Appendix: A Bibliography of Children's Literature about the Arts.Phyllis Lauritzen is the author of 'Literacy and the Arts for the Integrated Classroom: Alternative Ways of Knowing', published 1994 under ISBN 9780801310966 and ISBN 0801310962.
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