Claiming Spaces: Understanding, Reading, and Writing Creative Nonfiction

This book responds to the requirement for the inclusion of Creative Nonfiction in the Senior High School curriculum.

Author/s:

Noel Christian A. Moratilla, PhD and John Iremil E. Teodoro; Project Director: Elineth Elizabeth L. Suarez, EdD

Level/s: Senior High

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  • The book intends to create, recreate, and articulate spaces in the teaching of Literature through a relatively new, not to mention expanding, genre. In accordance with UbD framework and as indicated in its subtitle, the book is aimed at helping learners to understand creative nonfiction as a genre (i.e., types, elements, aesthetics); read and critique sample texts; and, lastly, independently write their own pieces.
  • In terms of educational philosophy and approach, the book is communicative, constructivist, and learner-centered. As to its content, the book shows the connection of creative non fiction to other literary genres; discuss the elements, types and forms; present sample texts reflecting local and global cultures; help build learners’ vocabulary and other skills essential to comprehension; and involve the development of twenty-first century skills demanding the use of the Internet and other important aspects of technology.
  • T he book comes with a Learning Guide (LG) with Curriculum Map (CM), Teachers Wraparound Edition (TWE), and a Teachers Resource CD (TRCD).

 

 

Copyright:

2016

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