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  • Literacies, the arts, and multimodality
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  • National Council of Teachers of English, Urbana, Ill. : cop. 2010
  • 2010
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • x, 341 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
  • Multimodal literacies: an introduction / Jennifer Sanders, Peggy Albers -- Multimodality / Jerome C. Harste -- Saying "yes" to music: integrating opera into a literature study / Sharon Blecher and Gail Furline Burton -- Opening doors, unlocking writers: a classroom exploration of picture books with sound / Joanna Robertson -- Inventing a drama world as a place to learn: student discoveries while speaking and writing in role as fictional workers / Esther Cappon Gray with Susan A. Thetard -- Relationships between artistic and written composing / Jennifer Sanders -- Seeing, writing, and drawing the intangible: teaching with multiple literacies / Michelle Zoss, Richard Siegesmund, and Sherelle Jones Patisaul -- Reading art, reading lives: an interpretive study of the visual texts of urban English language arts students / Peggy Albers -- Reading illustrations: helping readers use pictorial text to construct meaning in picture books / Ray Martens ... [et al.] -- An arts-integrated unit: learning 21st century literacies while the teachers are on break / Beth Berghoff ... [et al.] -- Silencing stories: the triumphs and tensions of multimodal teaching and learning in an urban context / Adrienne Costello -- Toward a multimodal literacy pedagogy: digital video composing as 21st century literacy / Suzanne M. Miller -- Bringing filmmaking into the English language arts classroom / Bruce Robbins -- Digital literacies, aesthetics, and pedagogies involved in digital video production / Richard Beach and Thom Swiss.
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  • 978-0-8141-3214-2 (pbk.)
  • 0-8141-3214-6 (pbk.)
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The chapters of this collection present a broad range of research and practice that demonstrates effective integration of study in the arts, multimodality, and new literacies into K-12 English language arts classrooms.

Literacy today is more than reading and writing. Being literate in the 21st century takes the ability to critically access, interpret, and create meaning through multiple forms of expression. Alternate forms of communication-such as art, music, drama, dance, multimedia, digital media, technologies, and film-play a crucial role in helping students cultivate these skills. Literacies, the Arts, and Multimodality introduces K-college educators to current research and instructional practices for including a wider range of experiences that help teachers explore how a curriculum rich in these experiences can benefit students personally and academically. Editors Peggy Albers and Jennifer Sanders argue that we all learn best when engaged in complex, socially constructed, and personally relevant creative composition and interpretation of texts. This philosophy plays out in every chapter of this collection as contributors provide research and classroom-based ideas for integrating operainto literature study; enhancing understanding through drama; composing through both art and writing; constructing meaning through picture books; bringing filmmaking into the ELA classroom; and exploring the pros, cons, and experiences of digital video production. Contributors include classroom teachers, teacher educators, and researchers in the field who have worked in and against traditional literacy settings to integrate these practices and bring positive change to education. They offer guidance for others who wish to help their students become more literate in the 21st century.

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