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Literacy & justice through photography : a classroom guide /

Wendy Ewald, Katherine Hyde, Lisa Lord.

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Main Author: Ewald, Wendy.
Other Names: Hyde, Katherine | Lord, Lisa,
Published: New York : Teachers College Press ; ©2012.
Series: Language and literacy series (New York, N.Y.)
Topics: Photography in education. | Documentary photography. | Literacy - Social aspects. | Photographie - Éducation. | Alphabétisation - Aspect social. | Literacy through Photography (Program)
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260 |aNew York :|bTeachers College Press ;|aCenter for Documentary Studies :|bDurham, NC.,|c©2012.
300 |aviii, 199 pages :|billustrations ;|c26 cm.
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505 0 |aAn artist's frame / Wendy Ewald ; A teacher's reflection / Lisa Lord ; Through a sociologist's lens / Katie Hyde -- pt 1. The best part of me: questioning appearances, exploring identity. An artist's frame / Wendy Ewald ; Setting the stage ; Creating a safe classroom environment ; Brainstorming, mapping the body and discovering uniqueness ; Talking about the body ; Reading photographs ; Reading family photographs ; About readers' and writers' workshops ; Planning and making photographs and writing about them ; Making photographs ; Choosing and picturing one part of the body ; Reading and writing about bodies ; Creating work for an audience ; Presenting a collective vision ; Making an installation ; Making a book ; A teacher's reflection / Lisa Lord ; Through a sociologist's lens / Katie Hyde ; Lesson plans: the best part of me -- pt 2. Black self/white self: playing with the ideas and imagery of race. An artist's frame / Wendy Ewald ; Setting the stage ; Reading and understanding photographic portraits ; Planning self-portraits ; Making portraits together ; Delving deeper, reading and writing about portraits ; Portraying imagined selves and understanding others ; Imagining another self ; Planning other-self portraits ; Talking about and making other-self portraits ; Talking about race ; Reconsidering other-self portraits, altering, writing, and reflecting ; Project variation, a middle school approach to self ; Black self/white self ; Girl self/boy self ; A teacher's reflection / Lisa Lord ; Through a sociologist's lens / Katie Hyde ; Lesson plans: black self/white self -- pt 3. American alphabets: picturing words from the language of home. An artist's frame / Wendy Ewald ; Setting the stage ; Word lists for three different alphabets ; Exploring one alphabet: writing about home ; Talking about language and home ; Creating a community language: home alphabet books ; Photographing home alphabets ; Making home alphabet books ; Reading alphabet books and writing reflections on an alphabet word ; Creating public portraits of home ; Selecting words and shooting photographs for a collaborative home alphabet ; Curating and designing posters for a classroom exhibition ; Installing and sharing the collaborative exhibition ; A teacher's reflection / Lisa Lord ; Through a sociologist's lens / Katie Hyde ; Lesson plans: American alphabets -- pt 4. Memories from past centuries: performing history, thinking about everyday choices. An artist's frame / Wendy Ewald ; Setting the stage ; Exploring preconceptions, what (we think) we know about Jews ; A famous diary and a modern genre ; Studying documents and getting to know children's survival stories ; Photographs of rescued children ; Case histories of rescued children ; Reading aloud children's literature on the Holocaust ; Talking about the Holocaust ; Writing historical fiction ; A child's story ; A friend's story ; A Nazi's story ; Creating multimedia art with a message ; Trying out a part, performing and recording stories about rescued children ; Collaborating to make a larger story with a lasting message ; Making movies and going public ; Project variation: American Indian boarding schools ; A teacher's reflection / Lisa Lord ; Through a sociologist's lens / Katie Hyde ; Lesson plans: memories from past centuries -- References and additional classroom resources for teachers and students -- Technical resources.
520 |a"This practical guide will help teachers to use the acclaimed 'Literacy Through Photography' method developed by Wendy Ewald to promote critical thinking, self-expression, and respect in the classroom. The authors share their perspective as an artist, a sociologist, and a teacher to show educators how to integrate four new Literacy Through Photography projects into the curriculum ... These field-tested projects invite students to create images representing their understanding of themselves and the world around them. The text includes classroom vignettes, project descriptions and lesson plans, and reflections and resources to help teachers explore social and political topics with their students while also addressing standards across various disciplines and grade levels."--Publisher's description.
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