Table of contents for From Hinton to Hamlet : building bridges between young adult literature and the classics / Sarah K. Herz and Donald R. Gallo.

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Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Chapter 1 How I Found a Treasure Trove of Readers with YAL
Chapter 2 What Is Young Adult Literature Anyway?
What Young Adult Literature Is
Some Teacher Perceptions
Themes and Archetypes in YAL
Chapter 3 Directing versus Exploring: How to get to Where You?re
Going without a Literary Map
Teaching What a Book ?Means?
What Students Say About Required Books
Stages of Growth in Literary Appreciation
Transactional Theory
Response-Based Teaching
Chapter 4 Building Bridges: Getting Students from Wherever They Are to Wherever the 
Curriculum Says They Should Be
Restructuring the Classroom
Making Connections
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Hamlet by William Shakespeare
Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
Lord of the Flies by William Golding
The Odyssey by Homer
Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
Other Titles to Consider
Chapter 5 What Else? Other Approaches
Thematic Extensions
Themed Unit?War: Its Effects and Its Aftermath
Themed Unit?The Great Depression, Including the Dust Bowl
Archetypes
Birth/Death/Rebirth
The Fall; Expulsion from Eden
The Journey
The Test or Trial
Annihilation; Absurdity; Total Oblivion
Parental Conflicts and Relationships
The Wise Old Woman or Man
The Hero
The Sacrificial Redeemer
Author Paper
Getting Started
Organizing the Paper
Scheduling
Evaluating
Conclusion
Chapter 6 Adolescents and Libraries: Forging a Vital Relationship
Mesa Library
John O?Connell High School
Sequoyah Middle School
Carmel High School
Wilson Middle School
One More
Chapter 7 Other Backyards: Using Young Adult Literature Across Other Disciplines
Art and Photography
Contemporary Issues
Abusive Relationships among Peers and Adults
Developmental Disabilities
Drugs and Alcohol Abuse
Homelessness
School Violence
Sexual Abuse and Rape
Sexuality
Geography
Health and Family Planning
Journalism
Mathematics
The Middle Ages and Elizabethan England
Music
Political History
Science/Nature/Ecology
Social Studies/American History
Colonial times
Slavery
Westward Movement
Immigration
Race/Civil Rights
Sports/Physical Education
Chapter 8 What?s Next? Where Can I Find More Information?
Talk with Students
Peruse Catalogs
Browse Bookstores
Subscribe to Journals and Review Sources
Read Professional Magazines and Journals On Line
Contact Organizations On Line
Consult Book Awards
Utilize Resource Books
Examine Author Biographies
Check Out Websites
Attend Conferences and Workshops
Communicate with Colleagues
Works Cited
Major Literary Works
Reference Books and Monographs
Articles, Poems, Short Stories, and Chapters from Books
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Young adult literature -- Study and teaching (Secondary).
Literature -- Study and teaching (Secondary).
Youth -- Books and reading.