|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||M-PED/02|
Storytelling is extremely important for the processes of growth and knowledge of reality. The fairy tales, the lullabies, the counts, the songs and the readings that lead to the "good night", the cartoons and the apps that entertain the little humans in some moments - sometimes too many - of the day, tell stories. And those stories are much more than simple distractions: they are a powerful catalyst of emotions and affections, they help overcome insecurities and appease fears, but above all they transmit educational models with which children will continue to relate and confront for the rest of their lives.
AIMS AND CONTENT
The course aims to provide the linguistic, playful and iconographic tools necessary to read texts for children. The lessons will focus on narrative sources (tactile books, picture books, fairy tales, etc.), teaching strategies and methodologies necessary to bring children closer to reading and the pleasure of reading: from the book as a manipulable object to the reading of images to active listening and participation.
In addition to the traditional paper book, a special attention will be paid to all forms of storytelling intended for children: from the oral to the app.
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
- knowledge of principal approaches to the Children's Literature
- acquisition of suitable disciplinar knowledges
-retrieval, analysis, interpretation and use of narrative sources (books, cartoon, apps, etc.) for children
- experiment and acquiresome basic soft skills: personal competence, social competence and project creation expertise
The lectures are in presence mode and involving the use of multimedia devices. Attending students can be divided into small groups to undertake research aimed at achieving the training objectives of the cours.
In particular, the methodologies used concern audio video creation and project based learning to work on basic transversal soft skills: functional alphabetic competence; personal competence; social competence and competence in design creation.
Approximately 5 or 10% of sources used in lectures well be in English.
The course first provides a theoretical approach to storytelling for children and knowledge of the media that tell stories, starting from the picture book. In a second step, the students will take directly experience for educational storytelling courses.
The teaching aims to contribute to the achievement of the following Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda: -
Goal 5. Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
- Goal 16. Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development.
- A. Antoniazzi, Raccontiamo ai più piccoli, Carocci
- M. Terrusi, Meraviglie mute, Carocci
- S. Lee, La trilogia del limite, Corraini
- M. Campagnaro, Clothing the Child in Red: A Historical and Comparative Analysis of Italian Visual Retellings of the Grimms’ Little Red Riding Hood, Strenæ, Recherches sur les livres et objets culturels de l’enfance, n.18, 2021 (https://journals.openedition.org/strenae/6423 )
TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD
Ricevimento: The teacher receives, both in presence and on the Teams platform (q6if6sm channel), by appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org During lectures in the first semester of the academic year 2023-2024, the reception will be held on Wednesdays from 10 to 11.30 a.m. at DISFOR, room 1A15 and/or on Teams, referring to the lecture calendar. When there is no class, the regular reception is suspended. On the q6if6sm channel of Teams there is a document for registering for the reception in order to avoid waiting for students.
ANNA ANTONIAZZI (President)
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The exam is oral and includes a critical an participatory discussion on topics and themes indicated in the program. for the students ho will attend the course a final test is opportunely identified.
Assessment of the knowledge acquired through the study of scheduled present texts and materials available on aulaweb
- understanding of the topics;
- analytical skills;
- language skills;
- use of specific terminology;
- critical and interpretive skills.