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Reconceptualizing the literacies in adolescents' lives /

Donna E. Alvermann ... [et al.].

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Names: Alvermann, Donna E.
Published: Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 1998.
Topics: Language arts (Secondary) - Social aspects - United States. | Literacy - Social aspects - United States. | Critical pedagogy - United States. | Arts du langage (Secondaire) - Aspect social - États-Unis. | Alphabétisation - Aspect social - États-Unis. | Pédagogie critique - États-Unis.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
505 00|tAdolescents and their multiple literacies /|rStephen F. Phelps:|tPlaying for real : performative texts and adolescent identities /|rLorri Nelson.|tMultiple literacies in a high-school program for "at-risk" adolescents /|rDavid G. O'Brien.|tBlack-mystory : literate currency in everyday schooling /|rJennifer E. Obidah --|tChanging classroom patterns for teachers and adolescents /|rDiane R. Waff:|tCrossing boundaries of race in a critical literacy classroom /|rBob Fecho.|tTeachers and students mutually influencing each other's literary practices : a focus on the student's role /|rTina M. Prentiss.|tSecondary teachers' beliefs about literacy : emerging voices /|rJohn E. Readence, R. Steven Kile, and Marla H. Mallette.|tTeacher literacy histories and adolescent voices : changing content-area classrooms /|rThomas W. Bean --|tRepresenting adolescents' sensemaking /|rKathleen A. Hinchman:|tReconstructing our understanding of adolescents' participation in classroom literacy events : learning to look through other eyes /|rKathleen A. Hinchman.|tListening to the talk of adolescent girls : lessons about literacy, school, and life /|rDeborah R. Dillon and Elizabeth B. Moje. Two kinds of teenagers : language, identity, and social class /|rJames Paul Gee and Valerie M. Crawford. Discussion as a practice of Carnival /|rJosephine Peyton Young --|tReading and writing in contexts /|rDavid W. Moore:|tWalking on the commons : genre as a tool in supporting adolescent literacy /|rJulie Shalhope Kalnin.|tAgency and adolescent literacy /|rDavid W. Moore and James W. Cunningham.|tCritical literacy and school reform : so much to do in so little time /|rJody Cohen, Jolley Bruce Christman, and Eva Gold.|tReframing the problems of adolescence and adolescent literacy : a dilemma-management perspective /|rPeter B. Mosenthal.|tImagining the possibilities /|rDonna E. Alvermann.
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