Making Literacy Real : Theories and Practices for Learning and Teaching (2ND)

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Making Literacy Real : Theories and Practices for Learning and Teaching (2ND)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 196 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781446295380
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Offering an overview of the major fields in literacy studies, this book presents a detailed and accessible discussion of key theories and their relevance in the primary classroom.Each chapter uses a real life case study to explore the application of theory in practice, followed by a detailed discussion of the case study material by a leading name in the field, including contributions from Barbara Comber, Michele Knobel, Colin Lankshear, Gunther Kress, Brian Street, Kevin Leander and Patricia Enciso.The text also offers reflections on theoretical foundations for research, exploring literacy as a practice grounded in social, cultural, historical and political contexts and in relationships of power. This second edition includes:New chapters covering digital literacy, space and play, and multimodalityExamples and contributions from a range of international contexts, including US, UK, Canada, Australia and South AfricaFurther reading links.Essential reading for students at undergraduate and post-graduate level on primary education courses and an invaluable guide for anyone wanting to understand literacy theory and successfully apply this to the classroom.

Table of Contents

About the Authors and Contributors                 vii
Acknowledgments xiii
1 Foundational Perspectives 1 (14)
Theory and practice questions 1 (3)
Traditional approaches to literacy 4 (1)
education
Key concepts 5 (6)
The role of theory in research 11 (2)
Conclusion 13 (2)
2 New Literacy Studies 15 (18)
Historical ground 15 (2)
Implications for classrooms 17 (3)
Implications for researching literacy 20 (1)
Classroom case study: Lynn Astarito 21 (9)
Gatto, Rochester City School District, USA
Interview with Brian Street 30 (1)
Conclusion 31 (2)
3 Critical Literacy 33 (28)
Historical ground 33 (1)
Implications for classrooms 34 (4)
Implications for researching literacy 38 (2)
Classroom case study: Vivian Vasquez, 40 (12)
Washington, DC, USA
Interview with Barbara Comber 52 (7)
Conclusion 59 (2)
4 Literacy and Digital Technologies 61 (30)
Historical and theoretical ground 61 (2)
Implications for classrooms 63 (5)
Implications for researching literacy 68 (1)
Classroom case study: Kate Cosgrove, 69 (7)
Sheffield, UK, with Guy Merchant
Interview with Colin Lankshear and 76 (12)
Michele Knobel
Conclusion 88 (3)
5 Multimodality and Artifactual Literacies 91 (24)
Historical perspectives 91 (4)
Implications for classrooms 95 (2)
Implications for researching literacy 97 (2)
Classroom case studies: artifactual 99 (8)
literacies in action: Kate Pahl,
Sheffield, UK, and Jennifer Rowsell,
Canada
Interview with Gunther Kress 107 (6)
Conclusion 113 (2)
6 Space, Play, and Literacy 115 (20)
Historical and theoretical ground 115 (3)
Implications for classrooms 118 (1)
Implications for researching literacy 118 (1)
Classroom case study: Pam Hubbard, Iowa 119 (9)
City, USA, with Karen Wohlwend
Interview with Kevin Leander 128 (6)
Conclusion 134 (1)
7 Reframing Sociocultural Theory: Identity, 135 (30)
Agency, and Power
Historical and theoretical ground 136 (3)
Implications for classrooms 139 (4)
Implications for researching literacy 143 (1)
Classroom case study: Karin Murris, 144 (15)
Western Cape, South Africa
Interview with Patricia Enciso 159 (3)
Conclusion 162 (3)
8 Bringing the Frameworks Together: 165 (10)
Implications for Research, Policy, and
Practice
Educational goals 166 (4)
Implications for teachers 170 (1)
Implications for research 171 (1)
Conclusion 172 (3)
References 175 (18)
Index 193