2019, English, Book, Illustrated edition: Teaching literacies : pedagogies and diversity / edited by Robyn Henderson. Henderson, Robyn, (author.)

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Teaching literacies : pedagogies and diversity / edited by Robyn Henderson
 
Bookmark: https://trove.nla.gov.au/version/254175994
Edition
  • 2nd edition.
Physical Description
  • xxvi, 415 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Published
  • Docklands, Victoria : Oxford University Press, 2019.
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • Teaching literacies : pedagogies and diversity /​ edited by Robyn Henderson.
Uniform Title
  • Teaching literacies in the middle years
Also Titled
  • Teaching literacies in the middle years : pedagogies and diversity
Author
  • Henderson, Robyn, (author.)
Other Authors
  • Henderson, Robyn, (editor.)
Edition
  • 2nd edition.
Published
  • Docklands, Victoria : Oxford University Press, 2019.
Copyright
  • ©2019.
Content Types
  • still image
  • text
Carrier Types
  • volume
Physical Description
  • xxvi, 415 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Subjects
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 Engaging Students through Pedagogies
  • 1.Teaching Literacies: Principles and Practices /​ Robyn Henderson
  • Introduction
  • Myths and realities of school literacy learning
  • Some principles and practices
  • Reflecting on practice and learning
  • Conclusion
  • 2.Thinking about Planning for Literacies Learning /​ Beryl Exley
  • The teaching of literacies
  • Facilitating the learning of literacies at school
  • Conditions for learning
  • Three message systems
  • Framing the teaching of literacies
  • Curriculum expectations
  • The four resources model
  • Approaches to pedagogy
  • 3.Planning for Literacies Learning: Using backward design for an inquiry project /​ Robyn Henderson
  • Planning for content learning and literacy learning
  • Macro planning
  • Micro planning
  • 4.Literacies Assessment: Theory and Practice /​ Heather Fehring
  • Contents note continued: Changing theories underpinning literacy and literacies
  • Setting the scene for effective and efficient literacies assessment: The targeted teaching model
  • Micro-level literacies assessment
  • Macro-level program evaluation
  • Using macro-level data for a school improvement agenda
  • Professional development for teachers
  • 5.The New Grammar for Reading and Writing: Literature in the'Brave New World' /​ Beryl Exley
  • Overview of the three functions of Systemic Functional Grammar
  • The ideational function
  • The interpersonal function
  • The textual function
  • 6.Planning for Literacies Learning in the Arts: A Dual View /​ Stewart Riddle
  • Literacies in the arts
  • Reading and writing about the arts
  • Planning literacies learning in the arts
  • 7.Planning for the Learning of Literacies Across the Curriculum: Using Authentic Assessment to Engage Students /​ Robyn Henderson
  • Contents note continued: Introduction
  • Engaging students in literacy learning
  • Reflecting on planning
  • 8.Using Digital Texts to Engage Students /​ Eileen Honan
  • A sociocultural view of literacy
  • Changing views of reading and writing: Becoming producers
  • Creating intellectually challenging literacy tasks
  • 9.Popular Culture in the Classroom: A Plethora of Possibilities /​ Leanne Dalley
  • What is popular culture?
  • Popular culture in the curriculum: A site of contest
  • The case for using popular culture in the classroom
  • Magazines: Popular culture for tweens and teens
  • pt. 2 Ensuring Literacies Learning for All Students
  • 10.Socially Just Literacy Education: What Could Reform Look Like in Schools? /​ Annette Woods
  • Three key concepts: Recognitive, redistributive and representative justice
  • Social justice in Australian schools
  • Contents note continued: Thinking about social justice in one school context
  • Considering socially just literacy teaching
  • Literacy pedagogy: Providing an education
  • Citizenship: Building a civic society
  • Wetlbeing: Providing a supportive environment and the right to equitable outcomes
  • 11.(Re)Focusingthe Lens Beyond Deficit: Making Diversity and Difference in Schools Visible /​ Annette Woods
  • Positively diverse: Recruiting student diversity
  • Transitions across cultural spaces: Why is student diversity sometimes invisible?
  • (Re)focusing the lens for quality and equity
  • 12.Valuing Students' Diverse Language and Cultural Backgrounds: A Multiliteracies Project in a Remote Indigenous Community /​ Beryl Exley
  • Tortol Island and its diverse languages
  • 13.An Holistic Approach for Supporting Written Literacy Skills for EAL/​D Learners /​ Russell Cross
  • Contents note continued: The distinctiveness of additional language learners
  • EAL/​D in the mainstream?
  • The process of learning an additional language
  • What is the role of `language' when addressing the needs of EAL/​D literacy learners?
  • A caveat
  • Working with the Australian Curriculum to support the needs of EAL/​D learners
  • 14.Critical Literacy with EAL Learners: Making the Most of Learners' Diverse Languages /​ Jennifer Alford
  • What is critical literacy?
  • Disrupting the commonplace
  • Taking learners' diverse languages into account within critical literacy models
  • But will all this focus on other languages mean they will not learn English?
  • Using translanguaging for developing critical literacy
  • 15.Literacy Learning for Students in Rural Communities /​ Pam Bartholomaeus
  • Literacies for rural students
  • How we understand literacy
  • Thinking about literacies in the community, home and school
  • Contents note continued: Understanding context: School and classroom
  • Place-based education
  • 16.Activating Multimodal Approaches to Literacy Learning in the Diverse Suburban Classroom /​ Anne Cloonan
  • Responding to change
  • Drawing on research in a diverse suburban classroom
  • Designing pedagogies to engage students in literacy learning
  • Deepening knowledge of the multimodality of texts
  • 17.Teaching Literacies: Pedagogical Possibilities /​ Robyn Henderson
  • Reflecting on the preceding chapters
  • The complexity of teaching literacies
  • Thinking broadly about literacies, but not overlooking detail
  • Developing flexible and responsive repertoires
  • Final thoughts and critical reflection.
Notes
  • Previously published in 2012 as: Teaching literacies in the middle years : pedagogies and diversity.
  • Includes bibliographical references, glossary and index.
Language
  • English
ISBN
  • 9780190306380
Dewey Number
  • 372.60994
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