Handbook of Instructional Practices for Literacy Teacher-educators

Handbook of Instructional Practices for Literacy Teacher-educators

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This volume offers a unique glimpse into the teaching approaches and thinking of a wide range of well-known literacy researchers, and the lessons they have learned from their own teaching lives. The contributors teach in a variety of universities, programs, and settings. Each shares an approach he or she has used in a course, and introduces the syllabus for this course through personal reflections that give the reader a sense of the theories, prior experiences, and influential authors that have shaped their own thoughts and approaches. In addition to describing the nature of their students and the program in which the course is taught, many authors also share key issues with which they have grappled over the years while teaching their course; others discuss considerations that were relevant during the preparation of this particular syllabus or describe how it evolved in light of student input. The book is organized by areas within literacy education: reading; English/language arts; literature; emergent literacy; content-area literacy; literacy assessment and instruction; literacy and technology; and inquiries into literacy, theory, and classroom practice. It is accompanied by an interactive Web site: http://msit.gsu.edu/handbook. This online resource provides additional information about the authors' courses including complete syllabi, recommended readings, grading rubrics, and sample assignments. Readers are invited to respond and contribute their own syllabi and teaching experiences to the discourse generated by the volume.school, (b) challenges in terms of conflicting ideas about what we should be teaching, often phrased as a question of balance, and (c) challenges that stem ... Yet, in school literacy instruction, this is all too often the only talk students experience around stories theya#39;ve read. ... The second area where teachers face challenges relates to todaya#39;s emphasis on the need for balance, as if balance were a singleanbsp;...

Title:Handbook of Instructional Practices for Literacy Teacher-educators
Author:Joyce E. Many
Publisher:Routledge - 2001-01-01


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