Bringing literacy home
Source:International Reading Association, Newark, DE, p.390 (2010)
Call Number:Cubb LC151 .B74 2010
Keywords:Education--Parent participation--United States, Family literacy programs--United States, Home and school--United States
Contents: Family literacy or community learning?: some critical questions on perspective / Shirley Brice Heath -- Home is not where you live, but where they understand you / Nancy Frey -- The parental involvement process: implications for literacy development / Kathleen V. Hoover-Dempsey, Manya C. Whitaker -- Characteristics of three family literacy programs that worked / Lesley Mandel Morrow, Alan l. Mendelsohn, Melanie R. Kuhn -- Talking over books at home and in school / Nancy Roser -- Stories, facts, and possibilities: bridging the home and school worlds for nonmainstream students / Diane Lapp -- Teaching literacy in cultural context / Geneva Gay -- The role of family literacy programs in the school success or failure of African American families and children / Patricia A. Edwards -- Latino culture and schooling: reflections on family literacy with a culturally and linguistically different community / Flora V. Rodríguez-Brown -- Making the book talk: literacy in successful urban classrooms and communities / Gloria Ladson-Billings -- Making up for lost time: connecting inexperienced teenage readers with books / Gay Ivey -- Writing the next chapter in family literacy: clues to long-term effects / Jeanne R. Paratore ... [et al.] -- Cultivating new funds of knowledge through research and practice / Luis C. Moll, Julio Cammarota -- Considering time in the field of family literacy and in the lives of families / Catherine Compton-Lilly -- Rethinking family literacy through a critical lens: a focus on culturally and linguistically diverse families / Rosario Ordoñez-Jasis -- "I don't want you to die in your entire life. if you do I'll bring you flowers": words in families and word families at school / Denny Taylor.