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by Laraine Wallowitz

eBook Critical Literacy as Resistance: Teaching for Social Justice Across the Secondary Curriculum (Counterpoints) download ISBN: 1433100630
Author: Laraine Wallowitz
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers; New edition edition (October 15, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 234
ePub: 1301 kb
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Category: Educ
Subcategory: Schools and Teaching

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Critical Literacy as Resistance. Teaching for Social Justice Across the Secondary Curriculum. This book documents the experiences of scholars and teachers who have successfully bridged theory and practice by applying critical literacy into their respective content areas. Series: Counterpoints.

Critical Literacy as Resistance: Teaching for Social Justice Across the Secondary Curriculum (Counterpoints). In a recent course in children's literature, I used a variety of books on critical literacy, letting students choose from among several on the market, and letting them conduct "Discovery Circles" (Kristo & Bamford) using them in this Master's level class. The group that read Creating Critical Classrooms had a deeper and more substantive understanding of this topic by the time they were presenting and sharing what their further study had invovled, which they made into a class presentation.

literacy and critical thinking Critical literacy as resistance: Teaching for social justice across the secondary curriculum. The tangled web we weave: Critical literacy and critical thinking.

ET Mulcahy The tangled web we weave: Critical literacy and critical thinking Critical literacy as resistance: Teaching for social justice across the secondary curriculum. In L. Wallowitz (E. Critical literacy as resistance: Teaching for social justice across the secondary curriculum. New York: Peter Lang, 2008.

Critical literacy as resistance: Teaching for social justice across the secondary curriculum. Wallowitz, L. (2007). Critical Literacy as resistance: Problematizing race, gender, and class with urban youth. New York: Peter Lang. English Journal, 93, 26-31. (2003), Women's Health Activism: Bridging Theory and Practice. Iris: a journal about women, 47, 64-67. Conference Presentations.

Reflective teaching, critical literacy and the teacher’s tasks in the critical literacy classroom: A confirmatory ., Critical literacy as resistance: Teaching for social justice across the secondary curriculum.

Reflective teaching, critical literacy and the teacher’s tasks in the critical literacy classroom: A confirmatory investigation. Reflective Practice, 12(1), 73–85. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Critical literacy in the classroom: The art of the possible. New York State Education Department.

Counterpoints publishes the most compelling and imaginative books being . The Literacy Curriculum & Bilingual Education: A Critical Examination 2004 pp. i-xxvii, 1-127.

Counterpoints publishes the most compelling and imaginative books being written in education today. Grounded on the theoretical advances in criticalism, feminism and postmodernism in the last two decades of the twentieth century, Counterpoints engages the meaning of these innovations in various forms of educational expression. Critical Literacy as Resistance: Teaching for Social Justice Across the Secondary Curriculum 2008 pp. i-xiii, 1-234. Democratic Dialogue in Education: TROUBLING Speech, DISTURBING Silence 2004 pp. i-xxxii, 1-165.

Critical literacy is defined as the ability to take apart various texts in media or writing to find any possible discrimination that the author might have embedded in his or her presentation of the world since authors have social and political influe.

Critical literacy is defined as the ability to take apart various texts in media or writing to find any possible discrimination that the author might have embedded in his or her presentation of the world since authors have social and political influence.

Wallowitz, Laraine, (2008). Critical literacy as resistance: Teaching social justice across the secondary curriculum. New York: Peter Lang Publishing. Zeller, U. & Tsaparlis, G. (1997). 6 Critique 1. Related Interests.

Critical Literacy as Resistance is a collaborate effort among secondary and university educators from across the United States that addresses questions such as: What does a critical literacy classroom look like? What various texts are used? What strategies do teachers use to encourage students and teacher candidates to recognize how texts construct power and privilege? How do educators inspire activism in and out of the classroom? This book documents the experiences of scholars and teachers who have successfully bridged theory and practice by applying critical literacy into their respective content areas. The authors spell out the difference between critical thinking and critical literacy, then show how to write and implement curriculum that incorporates diverse texts and multiple literacies in all content areas (including world language), and includes the voices of students as they confront issues of race, class, gender, and power. The principles and practices laid out here will help teachers use literacy to liberate and empower students both in and outside the classroom by respecting and studying the literacies students bring to school, while simultaneously teaching (and challenging) the literacies of those in power. This is a book for pre- and in-service teachers in all content areas, staff developers, secondary literacy specialists, university professors, and anyone interested in social justice.