Culturally affirming literacy practices for urban elementary students
- edited by Lakia M. Scott and Barbara Purdum-Cassidy.
- Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 
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- xiv, 196 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Acknowledgments Foreword Nancy Gallavan Chapter 1: Introduction: The Continued Era of Language Discrimination for Minoritized Students: Implications for Culturally Affirming Literacy Practices in Urban Elementary Schools Lakia Scott, Baylor University Chapter 2: A Framework for Critical Social Justice Literacy in Urban Elementary Schools Dana Stachowiak, University of Louisiana at Lafayette Chapter 3: Reauthorizing Excellence in Literacy Teaching for African American Learners Melanie Acosta, University of Alabama Chapter 4: Harambee!: Successful, Culturally-Centered Literacy Instruction for Struggling Readers through the Children Defense Fund's Freedom School Model Marcia Watson, Towson University Chapter 5: Beyond Basic Instruction: Effective Civic Literacy Instruction in Urban School Settings Barbara Purdum-Cassidy, Baylor University, and Karon LeCompte, Baylor University Chapter 6: Affirming the Identities of English Learners through Purposeful, Project-Based Literacy Instruction Catherine Reischl, University of Michigan, and Debi Khasnabis, University of Michigan Chapter 7: Critical Pedagogies for Increasing English Language Learners' Reading and Writing Achievement Cherese Childers-McKee, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Libra Boyd, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and Corliss Brown Thompson, Northeastern University Chapter 8: How Does your Garden Grow? Using Nature to Bridge the Language Gap with Young English Language Learners Elena King, Greensboro College, and Michelle Plaisance, Greensboro College Chapter 9: Culturally Relevant Texts and Urban English Language Learners Jessica Meehan, Tarleton State University Chapter 10: Moving Beyond Apartheid Schooling and "Adequate Education": Empowering the Minoritized through Critical Media Literacy Elena Venegas, Baylor University Chapter 11: "Started from the Bottom Now We Here": Helping Educators to Empower Urban Students about their Futures by Liberating them from Cultural Past Lakia M. Scott, Baylor University and Marcia Watson, Towson University Chapter12: Teaching with the Technology: Apps, Software, and Social Media Explored for the Urban Literacy Classroom Jason Trumble, University of Central Arkansas, and Michael Mills, University of Central Arkansas Chapter 13: Preparing Pre-Service and In-Service Educators to Use Instructional Technology as a Differentiation Tool in English Language Arts and Reading Leanne Howell, Baylor University, and Brent Merritt, Midway Independent School District Chapter 14: Professional Development and Classroom Resources for the Elementary Literacy Educator Sherry McElhannon, Literacy Fusions, and Jessica Rogers, Literacy Fusions About the Editors About the Contributors Index.
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- Publisher's Summary
- Culturally Affirming Literacy Practices for Urban Elementary Students provides practical insights guided by conceptual and contextual knowledge in understanding how to teach urban African American and Hispanic/Latino(a) students by discussing issues associated with critical pedagogies, literacy, and culturally appropriate instructional strategies that have demonstrated success among African American and Hispanic/Latino(a) students. This text extends the conversation for culturally affirming pedagogy by showcasing successful models for teaching reading and writing to urban students through a discussion of topics that foster culturally-inclusive instruction through critical pedagogy and inquiry-based learning.
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