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The Resource Addressing Diversity in Literacy Instruction

Addressing Diversity in Literacy Instruction

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Addressing Diversity in Literacy Instruction
Title
Addressing Diversity in Literacy Instruction
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Language
eng
Summary
This edited volume highlights recent research related to how issues of diversity are addressed within literacy instruction for K-12 learners
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non fiction
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dictionaries
Series statement
Literacy Research, Practice and Evaluation
Series volume
v.8
Addressing Diversity in Literacy Instruction
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Addressing Diversity in Literacy Instruction
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multicolored
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro -- Addressing Diversity in Literacy Instruction -- Contents -- Foreword -- Editor Biographies -- List of Contributors -- TOWARD EQUITY THROUGH OPPORTUNITIES TO LEARN LITERACY -- Equity and Opportunity to Learn -- Reduce the Impact of Mobility on Studentsâ{u0080}{u0099} Literacy Learning -- Implement a Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum -- Ensure that Receiving Teachers have Accurate Information about the Learning Profile of the New Student -- Facilitate Social Relationships -- Eliminate Retention and Channel Resources for Early Intervention -- Provide High-Quality Literacy Instruction that Ensures Access to Complex Texts -- Learning Intentions -- Teacher Modeling and Think Alouds -- Close Reading -- Scaffolding Reading with More Complex Texts -- Text-Based Collaborative Discussions with Peers -- Wide Reading for Pleasure and Study -- Conclusion -- References -- MORE THAN ONE VOICE: UTILIZING STUDENTSâ{u0080}{u0099} HOME LANGUAGES AND CULTURAL EXPERIENCES IN READING RECOVERY -- Research Design -- Participants -- Sources of Data -- Analysis -- Findings -- Gains in Speaking, Reading, and Writing in Both Languages -- Making Connections -- Connections in Reading Strategies -- Connections in Writing Strategies -- Connections between Cultural Experiences and Texts -- Family Involvement Contributed to Studentsâ{u0080}{u0099} Use of Home Languages and Experiences -- Practical Implications -- Studentsâ{u0080}{u0099} Home Languages and Cultural Experiences -- Methods and Materials -- Family Involvement -- Conclusion -- References -- TEACHING GRAMMAR WHILE VALUING LANGUAGE DIVERSITY: URBAN TEACHERS NAVIGATING LINGUISTIC IDEOLOGICAL DILEMMAS -- Prescriptive vs. Descriptive Approaches to Grammar -- Teachersâ{u0080}{u0099} Linguistic Ideological Dilemmas -- Methods -- Context -- Interviews -- Case Study -- Findings -- Dilemma 1: A Perception of Greater Linguistic Flexibility in Speech Than Writing
  • Dilemma 2: A Sense that Primary Attention to Traditional Standard English Grammar in Feedback Could Improve and/or Inhibit Written Communication -- Dilemma 3: Apprehension about Whether Standard English Grammar Instruction Empowers or Marginalizes Linguistically Minoritized Students -- Valuing Language Diversity in the Language Arts Classroom: A Case Study -- Selecting Mentor Texts that Showcase a Range of Grammars -- Modeling Code-Meshing in Oral Language -- Privileging Alternative Grammars in Written Assignments -- Discussion and Implications -- Pose: Taking an Equity Stance to Writing and Grammar Instruction -- Wobble: Grappling with Linguistic Push Pull in Grammar Instruction -- Flow: Developing Strategies to Strengthen an Equity Stance -- Conclusion -- References -- MULTICULTURAL ELL EDUCATORSâ{u0080}{u0099} PERSPECTIVES OF SOCIOCULTURAL DYNAMICS IN THE ADOLESCENT CLASSROOM -- Literacy Acquisition, Awareness, and the Paradox of the Social Person -- Humanizing Education and Levels of Awareness -- Sciences of Complexity and Systemic Change in Relation to Education -- Challenges in the Field -- Research Design -- Data Collection -- Participant Observation -- Bias and Validity -- Findings -- The Reality and Fate of Latina/o Teenagers -- The Stateâ{u0080}{u0099}s Lack of Awareness Regarding ELLs -- The Status of Education and the Teaching Profession in the Country -- Summary -- References -- SCENARIOS AND SUGGESTIONS: LITERACY INSTRUCTION FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS -- My Experience with English Language Learners -- Who are English Language Learners? -- Reading Instruction for English Language Learners -- Phonics Instruction and Word Study Activities -- Helping English Language Learners Understand the Alphabetic Principle -- Instruction in the Six Syllable Types -- Vocabulary Instruction -- Academic and Social Language -- How Should Vocabulary Be Taught?
  • Supporting Academic Vocabulary Learning -- Suggested Classroom Vocabulary Activities -- Fluency Instruction -- Accuracy, Automaticity, and Prosody -- How Can Teachers Help English Language Learners Develop Fluency? -- Summary -- References -- RAD DAD: A CHICANO MAN(RE) CONSTRUCTING MASCULINITYAND FATHERHOODTHROUGH ZINES -- Menâ{u0080}{u0099}s Writing and Masculinity -- Men Writing Zines -- Purpose -- Theoretical Frameworks -- Methods -- Data Collection -- Data Analysis -- Findings -- Tomasâ{u0080}{u0099} Mission and Purpose -- Themes in Tomasâ{u0080}{u0099} Zines -- Performing Fatherhood as Radical Fathering -- Building Community for Support and Activism -- Significance/Implications -- References -- A QUALITATIVE INQUIRY EXPANDING NOVICE TEACHERSâ{u0080}{u0099} DEFINITIONS OF STUDENT DIVERSITY TO INCLUDE ECONOMIC DISPARITIES AND LIFESTYLE DIFFERENCES -- Introduction: Context of the Research -- Research Design and Theoretical Framework -- Read and Revisit: Situated Performances on Supporting Homeless Students -- Cultural and Political Vignettes (CPVs) -- Read: Exposing Participants to Texts and Discussions on Educating the Homeless -- Revisit: Readdressing the CPV Situated Performances on Supporting Homeless Students -- Investigating Homelessness in America: Twelfth Grade CPV Unit -- Increasing Teachersâ{u0080}{u0099} Understanding of Student Economic Diversity -- Findings and Implications -- Conclusion -- References -- READING TOWARD EQUITY: CREATING LGBTQ+ INCLUSIVE CLASSROOMS THROUGH LITERARY AND LITERACY PRACTICES -- The Role of Texts and the Role of Literacy Professionals -- A Field That Embraces LGBTQ+ Identities -- Theory and Literature -- Intersectionality -- Exploring LGBTQ+ Inclusive Literacy Practices -- Including/Contextualizing LGBTQ+ Texts -- Reading â{u0080}{u009C}Straightâ{u0080}{u009D} Books through a Queer Lens -- Queering LGBTQ+ Inclusive Texts
  • Preparing Future Literacy Teachers to Create LGBTQ+ Inclusive Classrooms -- Envisioning Classrooms -- Discomfort and Uncertainty -- Resources for Instruction -- Choosing Texts -- Curricular and Instructional Resources -- Conclusion -- References -- Literature Cited -- ACCENTUATING SOCIAL AND CULTURAL CONNECTIONS TO REVITALIZE LITERACY ACHIEVEMENT -- Purpose of the Study -- Review of the Literature -- Situated Literacy -- Collaborative Learning -- Invitational Education -- Theoretical Foundations -- Design of the Study -- Community Building -- Procedures for the Project -- Literature Circles -- Findings -- Elements and Domains of IE -- Building Trust -- Showing Respect -- Demonstrating Optimism -- Designing with Intentionality -- The Six Elements for Diversity and the Impact of Our Project -- Enlistment -- Encouragement -- Expectation -- Equity -- Enjoyment -- Empowerment -- Practical Implications -- The Impact of Literature Circles -- Future Plans -- Conclusion -- References -- BUILDING ON EMERGENT BILINGUALSâ{u0080}{u0099} FUNDS OF KNOWLEDGE USING DIGITAL TOOLS FOR LITERACY -- The Exchange of Information -- Learning Beyond the Linguistic -- Sign Making -- Communication Channels -- Reorienting to Multimodal Literacy Experiences -- Exploring Affordances -- Becoming Text Designers -- Capturing Student Perspectives -- Looking Closely at the Data -- Findings -- Frozen -- Mother as Resource -- Home Resources for School-Based Text Designing and Production -- Designing an Alien Poem -- Agentive and Empowered Emergent Bilinguals -- Advanced Knowledge -- Being Agentive -- Literacy Lessons Learned From Emergent Bilinguals -- Moving Towards Change -- References -- Childrenâ{u0080}{u0099}s Literature Cited -- TEACHING FOR GLOBAL READINESS: A MODEL FOR LOCALLY SITUATED AND GLOBALLY CONNECTED LITERACY INSTRUCTION -- Applying Relevant Theories -- Cosmopolitanism -- Multiliteracies
  • Methods -- Teaching for Global Readiness Model -- Conclusion -- References -- UTILIZING A RUBRIC TO IDENTIFY DIVERSITY IN CHILDRENâ{u0080}{u0099}S LITERATURE -- Background of the Problem -- Methods -- Rubric Development -- Continuum -- Rubric Categories -- Discussion -- Limitations and Possibilities -- Conclusion -- References -- Childrenâ{u0080}{u0099}s Literature Cited -- ADDRESSING DIVERSITY THROUGH THE UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING LENS -- Universal Design for Learning -- UDL Origin -- UDL Policy -- UDL Framework -- UDL and Technology Tools -- The Application of UDL Principles -- Case 1: Maria -- Multiple Means of Representation -- Multiple Means of Expression -- Multiple Means of Engagement -- Case 2: Joe -- Multiple Means of Representation -- Multiple Means of Expression -- Multiple Means of Engagement -- Case 3: Intellectual Disability -- Multiple Means of Representation -- Multiple Means of Action and Expression -- Multiple Means of Engagement -- Case 4: Jordan -- Multiple Means of Representation -- Multiple Means of Expression -- Multiple Means of Engagement -- Implications for Teachers -- References -- THE FIERCE URGENCY OF NOW: CDF FREEDOM SCHOOLS AND CULTURALLY RELEVANT PEDAGOGY -- Why Freedom Schools Now? -- Methods -- Findings -- â{u0080}{u009C}Reading Books Is Really Cool!â{u0080}{u009D}: Connecting with Culturally Relevant Texts -- High-Achieving Readers -- Positive Attitudes About Reading and Books -- Role of SLIs -- â{u0080}{u009C}Something Inside So Strongâ{u0080}{u009D}: Knowing You Can Make a Difference -- Inspired to Serve -- Building Community -- â{u0080}{u009C}Let Me Put Some Freedom In Itâ{u0080}{u009D}: Reimagining How We Do School -- Serving the Whole Child -- The Freedom School Way -- Conclusion -- Implications -- References -- INDEX
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