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Literacy tools in the classroom : teaching through critical inquiry, grades 5-12 / Richard Beach ... [et al.] ; foreword by Jerome C. Harste.
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LB1631 .L445 2010
LB1631 .L445 2010
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New York : Teachers College Press ; Berkeley, CA : National Writing Project, c2010.
x, 182 p. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 159-167) and index.
1. What are Literacy Tools and How Can We Use Them?: Moving Legacies into the 21st Century
"The Raft Is Not the Shore"
Honoring Our Literate legacies
Defining Literacy Tools
Literacy Tools for Projects of Change and Transformation
The Art of Teaching and Change-Based Assessment From Past to Future Uses of Literacy Tools
2. How Do We Use Literacy Tools to Engage in Critical Inquiry and Create Spaces?
Critical Inquiry Literacy Tools
Using Literacy Tools to Create Spaces
Activities for Studying Spaces
3. How Do We Use Literacy Tools to Enact Identities and Establish Agency?
Using Literacy Tools to Enact Identities
Using Literacy Tools to Explore and Question Identities
Implications for Enacting Identities
Constructing Agency Through Literacy Tools
Fostering Use of Literacy Tools to Achieve Agency
4. Narrative: Surfacing Buried Histories
Narrative as a Literacy Tool
The Power of Narrative
Recommendations for Valuing Narrative
5. Dramatic Inquiry: Imagining and Enacting Life from Multiple Perspectives
Dramatic Inquiry as a Literacy Tool-of-Tools
Agency in Dramatic Inquiry
Critical, Dialogic, Dramatic Inquiry
Dramatic Inquiry Is a Literacy of Possibilities
Dramatic Inquiry Is a Literacy of Power Relationships
Performing Possible Selves and Changing Identities
Dramatic Inquiry as Collaborative Social Imagination
6. Spoken Word: Performing Poetry and Community
Youth Literacy practices Evident in Spoken Word
Witnessing: Voicing Experience
Returning to Tish's "March for Me"
Spoken-Word Poetry and Inquiry, Space, Identity and Agency
Using Spoken-Word Poetry in the Classroom
7. Digital Literacies: Virtually Connecting and Collaboratively Building Knowledge
Using Digital Literacy Tools in 21st-Century Classrooms
Constructing Online Identities
Acquiring Digital Literacies
8. Reflective Writing: Nurturing Exploration of Our Lives
Features of Reflective Writing Tools
9. Images and Video: Envisioning the World
Responding to Images
Critical Inquiry of Images of Video
10. Assessing Uses of Literacy tools: Reflecting on What Really Matters
Toward Change-Based Assessment
Use of Question-Asking to Foster Self-Reflection
Use of Teacher and Peer Feedback to Foster Self-Reflection
Using Learning Stories to Reflect on Literacy Tool Uses
Using e-Portfolios to Foster Self-Reflection
Invitations and Recommendations
Conclusion: The Importance of Purpose in Using Literacy Tools
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Language and literacy series
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