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by Carole Edelsky

eBook With Literacy And Justice For All: Rethinking The Social In Language And Education (Critical Perspectives on Literacy and Education) download ISBN: 0748405836
Author: Carole Edelsky
Publisher: Taylor & Francis; 2 edition (September 1, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 272
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London: Taylor & Francis, 1996. Pp. xxv + 242. £3. 0 cloth, £1. 5 paper.

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Literacy, discourse, and linguistics: Introduction. Journal of Education 171:5–17. Social linguistics and literacies: ideology in discourses. What is literacy? Teaching and Learning: The Journal of Natural Inquiry 2:3–11. Health, S. B. (1983). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The input hypothesis: issues and implications.

Critical Perspectives on Literacy and Education.

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With literacy and justice for all Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Published 1991 by Falmer Press in London, New York. Includes bibliographical references (p. 169-185) and index. Critical perspectives on literacy and education.

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The turn toward social justice in particular may be thought as a pedagogical apparatus? . There are distinct parallels and divergences between the ped- of liberatory education and has two sets of pedagogical goals agogical perspective laid out (albeit loosely) in Radical Equations (p. 23). In outlining a framework, he asserts that these two sets of (Moses & Cobb, 2001) and other conceptions of mathemat- pedagogical goals are dialectically related. According to Gutstein’s ics teaching and learning (including the ss framing of teaching mathematics for social justice, TLMSJ perspective).

This volume presents analyses of educational and research practices with the first part highlighting bilingual education (the language strengths of minority children), and the second part focusing on whole language (theoretical assumptions, possibilities and limitations), and progressive ways of evaluating students. The book concludes by re-iterating the socio-political nature of literacy, of whole language, and, by implication, of educational and language practices.