Changing literacies for changing times : an historical perspective on the future of reading research, public policy, and classroom practices
Source:Routledge, New York, p.314 (2009)
Call Number:Cubb LC151 .C43 2009
Keywords:Literacy--Government policy--United States, Literacy--United States, Reading--Research--United States
Contents: The communicative, visual and performative arts: core components of literacy education / Diane Lapp ... [et al.] -- From Gray to Google: learning within a profession / Nancy L. Roser and Sam Weintraub -- Multimodality: in perspective / Jerome C. Harste -- Surveying the hopescape / Rudine Sims Bishop -- The transformation of children's knowledge of language units during beginning and initial literacy / Emilia Ferreiro -- Early literacy: then and now / William H. Teale ... [et al.] -- Reaching/teaching adolescents: literacies with a history / Donna E. Alvermann -- The lamplighters: pioneers of adult literacy education in the United States / Thomas Sticht -- Revisiting the concept of "natural learning" / Brian Cambourne -- Beyond word recognition: how retrospective and future perspectives on miscue analysis can inform our teaching / Ken Goodman, Yetta Goodman, and Eric J. Paulson -- Spelling and its role in literacy education: an historical perspective / Richard E. Hodges -- Readability: insights, sidelights, and hindsight / Edward Fry -- Literacy education at a crossroad: can we counter the trend to marginalize quality teacher education? / Gerald G. Duffy, Sandra M. Webb, and Stephanie Davis -- Whole school instructional improvement through the standards-based change process: a developmental model / Taffy E. Raphael, Kathryn H. Au, and Susan R. Goldman -- Language policy and literacy instruction: the view from South Africa to South Texas / James V. Hoffman ... [et al.] -- Fifty years of federal government involvement in reading education / Patrick Shannon ... [et al.] -- Literacy policies that are needed: thinking beyond "No Child Left Behind" / Richard L. Allington -- Literacy education 2.0: looking through the rear vision mirror as we move ahead / Rob J. Tierney.