(Comme un roman) [PDF Scarica] ¾ Daniel Pennac
So thin and so full of meaning I think this should be a must read for parents for those who read for pleasure above all
It teaches you how to truly help your children nderstanding the pleasant side of reading forgetting the compulsory teaches you how to truly help your children nderstanding the pleasant side of reading forgetting the compulsory that they come to know at schoolTeach children to read for curiosity and passion and not to show only that they can write a perfect comment of a book Daniel and passion and not to show only that they can write a perfect comment of a book Daniel is a really interesting writer He is a master of intertextuality in post modern French literature This book about writing reading including a reader s manifesto is a collection of four humorous and thought provoking essays that was a real pleasure to read I would highly recommend this one but don t miss his humorous books in La Saga Malauss ne such as the hilarious The Happiness of Ogres or the Fairy Rifle I am thinking of adding this to my children s and young adult literature class It is such a profound paean to the joys of reading John s review says it allI did add it and here s something I wrote to my online studentsWe need to look at Pennac s words from both sides reading is indeed one of the most private of activities but it is also one of the most shared We take the story the writer gives s and it becomes something else in our heads or hearts or ears because the tale is filtered through our own lives and every other thing we have read It s why you cannot be a writer without reading widely you need the ocean of words the sea of stories to steer your own craft Steering the Craft is the name of a brilliant Ursula K Le Guin book about writ. I DIRITTI IMPRESCRITTIBILI DEL LETTOREI Il diritto di non leggere II Il diritto di saltare le pagine III Il diritto di non finire De weg naar het geluk un libro IV Il diritto di rileggere V Il diritto di leggerealsiasi cosa VI Il diritto al bovarismo malattia testualmente contagiosa VII Il diritto di leggere ovunue VIII Il diritto di spizzicare IX Il diritto di leggere a voce alta X Il diritto di tacereDaniel Pennac è autore oltre che di libri per bambini della serie di roma.
BOOK ISN T APPLICABLE TO MEisn t applicable to me I m not a parent educator or even involved much with children at all I sometimes see them in the library when I m on duty but otherwise they have one world and I have mine and never the twain meet thankfully since I m dreadful with children It also doesn t apply to child me I read voraciously exhaustively incessantly and my parents really did have to wonder not how to get me to did have to wonder not how to get me to but how to stop me So it s difficult for me to nderstand the kids he s talking about who had to be cautiously reintroduced to books I ve always been passionate about my booksStill Pennac s passion for books is obvious and endearing and he could certainly turn a phrase if the original french was half as if the original French was half as as the English translation it must ve been good I think the enthusiasm and tips here might well help a parent or teacher reinvolve kids with reading And ite apart from that he makes some good points for readers of any age suggesting rights that any reader should have to read what they want where they want as much as they want and talking about the fact that reading is something you make time for rather than have time for By making time to read like making time for love we expand our time for living YesSo not aimed at me but nonetheless an interesting and lively read helped by Atipa: Premier roman en creole : 1885 (Collection U.N.E.S.C.O. d'euvres representatives) uentin Blake s illustrations And the rules are pertinent no matter who you are1 The right not to read2 The right to skip3 The right not to finish a book4 The right to re read5 The right to read anything6 The right to. Nzi centrati sulla figura di Benjamin Malaussène di professione capro espiatorio Da più di vent'anni insegna francese inn liceo parigino e da Must Know High School Computer Programming uesto osservatorio ha potuto misurare la progressiva disaffezione alla lettura da parte delleltime generazioni In The Space Between Us uesto saggio che si legge comen romanzo Pennac affronta indi dal duplice punto di vista di romanziere e professore il problema di come si possa stimolare i giovani e in genere tutti coloro che av.
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*dip in9 the *in9 The to read anywhere8 The right to dip in9 The right read out loud10 The right to be silentPerfectOriginally posted here This book is a gem Something that any reader will hold close to their heart The essays are translated from the original French work by the educator Daniel Pennac The book is full of amazing otes Some of my favorites Time to read is always time stolen Stolen from what From the tyranny of living By making time to read like making time to love we expand our time for livingI particularly loved Part 3 The Gift of Reading where he describes a classroom of high school students the stereotypes of the loner the prep the goth etc and how when the teacher him decides to read aloud to them for the entire class It is his experiment to get them hooked He chooses S skind s Perfume with its lively descriptions and the teens all of them instantly become hooked The last few essays are also great where he discusses the Rights of the Reader the book is named after this series of essays He outlines 10 Rights that each reader inherently possesses He goes on to write short essays about all of them1 The right not to read2 The right to skip3 The right not to finish a book4 The right to read it again5 The right to read anything6 The right to mistake a book for real life7 The right to read anywhere8 The right to dip in9 The right to read aloud10 The right to be ietA perfect book for a literature class or a continuing education course I highly recommend it. Vertono l'oggetto libro come Game of Bimbofication Part 3 un macigno indebitamente e immeritatamente posato sul loro comodino non tanto alla lettura in sé e per séanto al piacere di essa cercando di riproporre i libri come complici come amici attraverso i His Choice of a Wife uali si ampliano i propri orizzonti e si costruiscono mondi inediti Comen romanzo è insomma n libro intelligente e spassoso che aiuta a ricordare che il tempo della lettura così come il tempo dell'a dilata il tempo della vit. ,