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书名:Read All About It!: Great Read-Aloud Stories, Poems, and Newspaper Pieces for Preteens and Teens朗读手册实践篇(青少年版)

作者:Jim Trelease吉姆·崔利斯
出版社名称:Penguin
出版时间:1993
语种:英文
ISBN:9780140146554
商品尺寸:15.1 x 2.7 x 22.7 cm
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★美国教育院校指定教材、影响中国教师的The Read-Aloud Handbook100本书《朗读手册》实践篇(青少年版)

★适合中学生或大学生阅读的英文小说、科幻作品、动物故事、诗歌、纪实文学
★精心选编适合大声朗读的50部世界经典文学选篇
★专为解决家长、老师的选书困惑
★每篇故事都附有背景资料和延伸阅读建议
★朗读的书越多,理解力就越强,现在就大声朗读吧!

Read All About It: Great Read-Aloud Stories, Poems, and Newspaper Pieces for Preteens and Teens是美国教育院校指定教材、影响中国教师的100本书The Read-Aloud Handbook《朗读手册》的实践篇(青少年版)。
研究表明,直到初中毕业,孩子的阅读水平才能与听力水平持平,因此,为孩子大声朗读应该贯穿整个小学阶段。相对于低幼儿童,高年级孩子的词汇和理解能力都有大幅提高,那应该给这些大孩子读什么?
美国著名阅读研究专家吉姆·崔利斯,根据青少年的特点,精心挑选了50部世界经典文学选篇,题材包括成长故事、动物故事、历史故事、报刊文章及自传故事等,比如《杀死一只知更鸟》《疯狂麦基》《鹰隼山事件》《十二月玫瑰》《黄手绢》等。每篇故事都附有作者的背景资料,以及延伸阅读建议,解决了青少年及家长老师的选书困惑。

A treasury of fifty sensational read-aloud pieces for young adults.
FromNarrative of the Life of Frederick DouglasstoManiac Magee, sci-fi to op-ed, “Casey at the Bat” to a moving true story about the reunion of two Holocaust survivors, this wonderfully diverse collection of excerpts from newspapers, magazines, and books has been created by Jim Trelease especially to turn young people on to the many pleasures of reading. Here are thought-provoking columns from Mike Royko and Pete Hamill; excerpts from classics likeTo Kill a Mockingbirdand “Rikki-tikki-tavi”; autobiographical sketches by Maya Angelou, Moss Hart, and others, highlighting the importance of reading in their lives; and much more. With selections representing many different cultures, genres, writing styles, and interests,Read All About It!is a wonderful introduction to the riches of literature and to a lifetime of reading.

A selection of writing from various media features newspaper columns by Bob Greene, Mike Royko, and Pete Hamill; articles on sports, popular culture, and other topics; autobiographical sketches by Moss Hart, Maya Angelou, and others; and acclaimed fiction.

吉姆·崔利斯(Jim Trelease,美国阅读研究和推广专家。毕业于马萨诸塞州大学,曾经作为撰稿作家及画家在《春田日报》任职20年。其间,他以志愿者的身份每周去社区学校,跟孩子谈与自己职业相关的话题。

 

1979年,他自费出版了一本小册子,宣传朗读的重要性,并编制了朗读书单。这就是《朗读手册》的雏形。1983年起,崔利斯全面致力于教育研究活动,就儿童、文学及电视传媒等主题,面向家长、老师及专业团体演讲。1989年,吉姆·崔利斯被国际阅读组织评为20世纪80年代对阅读推广有贡献的8人之一。2008年1月31日,崔利斯结束了他一场公众演讲,决定退休陪伴家人。退休前夕,他把自己的2000多部童书捐赠给玛丽·德莱顿退伍军人学校——他志愿探访的学校。30年间,他演讲达2500多场次,备受社会各界赞誉。《朗读手册》自1982年版本出版以来,每隔几年就会依据时代进步和研究更新进行修订。此外,崔利斯还为儿童和青少年分别编著了两册朗读选集。
Jim Treleaseis a frequently cited author who has spent thirty years addressing parents, teachers, and librarians on the subjects of children, literature, and the challenges of multimedia to print. His other books includeHey! Listen to This, for grades K–4, andRead All About It!for preteens and teens. He lives in Enfield, Connecticut.

Introduction序言

 

 

Growing Pains成长故事
Maniac Magee疯狂麦基
Aunt Millicent米莉森特姑妈
Broken Chain断掉的车链
Four Miles to Pinecone距离潘科恩镇四英里
Miracle at Clement’s Pond克莱特池塘镇的奇迹
Object Lesson示范课
To Kill a Mockingbird杀死一只知更鸟
Thank you, Ma’am谢谢您,夫人

Animal Tales动物故事
A Blue-Eyed Daisy蓝眼睛的雏菊
A Day No Pigs Would Die不杀猪的一天
Good Old Boy: A Delta Boyhood好老弟:三角洲的少年时光
Incident At Hawk’s Hill鹰隼山纪事

Fantastic Tales不可思议的事
When the Tripods Came三脚人入侵
The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar亨利·休格的奇妙故事

Classics发生在很久以前的故事
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi瑞奇-提奇-嗒喂
Otto of the Silver Hand银手奥托
Joseph: His Dream约瑟:他的梦

Old Chestnuts诗歌
Casey at the Bat凯西在击球
Casey’s Revenge凯西雪耻
The Cremation of Sam McGee萨姆·马吉的火葬

Chilling Tales惊悚故事
Fear恐惧
Who’ s Afraid?谁怕了?
The Elevator电梯
The Night Watchman守夜人
The Ravine山涧

Out To The Ball Game体育故事
The Andy Strasberg Story安迪·斯特拉斯伯格的故事
Trip to Fenway Drives Home Truth: Right Off the Bat芬威之旅:千钧一发的教训

Escape Reading阅读改变人生的故事
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass弗雷德里克·道格拉斯的生平自述
Act One第1幕
All the Strange Hours所有奇怪的时刻
Alexander Dolgun’s Story亚历山大·多尔贡的故事
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings我知道为什么笼中的鸟儿会唱歌

Historical Fiction发生在特定历史背景下的故事
The December Rose十二月玫瑰
Sarah Bishop莎拉·毕晓普
North to Freedom向着北方,向着自由
The Iceberg Hermit冰川隐士
The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle夏洛特·多伊尔的真心忏悔

Paper Clips报纸上的故事
Wrong Mom? Tough!不合格的妈妈?真难办!
Nothing to Worry About没什么好担心的
The Turtle海龟
He Was No Bum他不是流浪汉
The Yellow Handkerchief黄手绢
I’ve Got Your Number我记住你的车号了
Why Ali Loved Flag Burnings为什么阿里热爱燃烧的旗帜

Nonfiction As Literature真实的故事
Helping Hands小帮手
In the Pantry食品储藏室
Power of the Powerless: A Brother’s Lesson无力者的力量:哥哥给我上的完美一课
Woodsong林间歌声

Surprise Endings有着意外结局的故事
Those Three Wishes三个愿望
It Happened on the Brooklyn Subway布鲁克林地铁上的真实故事
Before you officially meet Maniac, allow me to address a mis-conception that appears at the very beginning of the book. You will find the same statement in many books of fiction and, though once in a while it is true, more often it is not. In my hardcover copy, right below the notice of copyright and the words “FIRST EDMON,” there is this declaration: “The characters and events in this book are fictitious. Any similarity to real persons, living or dead, is coincidental and not intended by the author.” The publisher’s legal department requires this sort of statement, but I know, and Jerry Spinally knows, and pretty soon you will know, it’s not always true.

Each year, when the Newbery and Caldecott medals are presented to their respective winners, about a thousand librarians, authors, and editors gather for the banquet and awards. The best part of the evening is when the winners give their acceptance speeches. These have been written and practiced well in advance; in fact, they have been recorded ahead of time by Weston Woods Studios, and an audiocassette of the speeches rests at each dinner plate at the start of the banquet.
On June 30, 1991, in Atlanta, Georgia, Jerry Spindale gave his acceptance speech, and it was just like his books—funny, poignant, daring, and original. And in front of all those people he admitted he didn’t “make up” the people or events in Maniac Mqee. He stole them, the way many authors do. He stole them from his childhood, from his seven children, and from the readers he meets or corresponds with.
Part of Maniac himself was loosely based on an old friend of Spell’s who was abandoned on a judge’s doorstep at nine months of age and raised in an orphanage. The place was called a “home” and the children in it were “homies.” As Spincili explained, “Around the age of seven or eight, my friend found himself among a busload of fellow homies streaming and chattering toward a swimming pool. There was a turnstile—only one child admitted at a time. When my friend’s turn came, a brawny hand clamped the metal pipe and held it still. It would not move. And my friend, who until then had known merely that he was black, discovered now that it made a difference.
“He does not know if the running began that thy. He recalls only that he ran everywhere he went. He ran the three miles to Tony and Pete’s Hoagie Hut, because if you were a homie, your hoagie from Tony and Pete’s was free. He made that trip two or three times a week.

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