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EDUC 400: Methods of Teaching Reading: Books

LC Classification for Education

    Juvenile non-fiction titles are located in classes within the topic of their regular subject heading class from A (general works) to Z (bibliography). Below is a quick guide resource for popular subject headings for children’s literature which will lead to educated browsing of the CMMC collection.

    Classification

    Subclass

    Subject Heading

    P

     

    Language and Literature

    PE

     

    English Language

     

    PE 1155

    PE 1628

    Alphabet Books

    Juvenile Dictionaries

    PN

     

    Liteature (General)

     

    PN6110

    PN 6371

    PN 6727-6790

    Poetry

    Riddles

    Comic books/Graphic novels

    PR

     

    English Literature

    PS

     

    American Literature

    PZ

     

    Fiction and Juvenile

     

    PZ 5

    Collections

     

    PZ 6

    Early to 1860/1870

     

    PZ 7

    General Juvenile Fiction Alphabetical by author last name

     

     

    PZ 7.7

    More graphic novels

     

    PZ 8

    Fairy tales

     

    PZ 8.1

    Folklore, Legends, Romance

     

    PZ 8.2

    Fables

     

    PZ 8.3

    Stories in Rhyme

     

    PZ 10.3

    Animal Stories

     

    PZ 73-78

    Languages: Spanish

    For research resources browse or search the following subject headings in the CMMC or in the basement of Wiggins Memorial Library:

    Call Number Range

      Subject

    L7-991

      Education (General)

    LA5-2396

      History of education

    LB5-3640

      Theory and practice of education

    LC8-6691

      Special aspects of education

    LD13-LG961

      Individual institutions

    LJ3-165

      Student fraternities and societies, United States

    LT6-1001

      Textbook

     

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