Written by leading international researchers Text Messaging and Literacy presents an overview and discussion of the academic evidence for and against use of text messaging and mobile phones in supporting literate activity and discusses what conclusions we can and should draw about the impact of mobile phones, and their potential role in education.Areas covered include:the rise of texting and media reactions;children's reading, spelling and texting;text messaging of children with language difficulties;using mobile phones for literacy development;texting and literacy skills in adolescents and ad.phones, assuming that a#39;mobilea#39; or a#39;cellulara#39; is understood. Ifthey mean a landline phone, they may specify that. The assumption was originally landline, the exception mobile, and this expectation has been widely reversed. The spread andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Text Messaging and Literacy – The Evidence|
|Author||:||Clare Wood, Nenagh Kemp, Beverly Plester|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-09-11|