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Handbook of Research on Teaching Literacy Through the Communicative and Visual Arts

Edited by: James Flood , Brice Shirley Heath , Diane Lapp

Print publication date:  December  2015
Online publication date:  September  2004

Print ISBN: 9781138834958
eBook ISBN: 9781410611161
Adobe ISBN: 9781135603700

10.4324/9781410611161
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In an era characterized by the rapid evolution of the concept of literacy, the Handbook of Research on Teaching Literacy Through the Communicative and Visual Arts focuses on multiple ways in which learners gain access to knowledge and skills. The handbook explores the possibilities of broadening current conceptualizations of literacy to include the full array of the communicative arts (reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing) and to focus on the visual arts of drama, dance, film, art, video, and computer technology. The communicative and visual arts encompass everything from novels and theatrical performances to movies and video games. In today's world, new methods for transmitting information have been developed that include music, graphics, sound effects, smells, and animations. While these methods have been used by television shows and multimedia products, they often represent an unexplored resource in the field of education. By broadening our uses of these media, formats, and genres, a greater number of students will be motivated to see themselves as learners. In 64 chapters, organized in seven sections, teachers and other leading authorities in the field of literacy provide direction for the future: I. Theoretical Bases for Communicative and Visual Arts Teaching Paul Messaris, Section Editor II. Methods of Inquiry in Communicative and Visual Arts Teaching Donna Alvermann, Section Editor III. Research on Language Learners in Families, Communities, and Classrooms Vicki Chou, Section Editor IV. Research on Language Teachers: Conditions and Contexts Dorothy Strickland, Section Editor V. Expanding Instructional Environments: Teaching, Learning, and Assessing the Communicative and Visual Arts Nancy Roser, Section Editor VI. Research Perspectives on the Curricular, Extracurricular, and Policy Perspectives James Squire, Section Editor VII. Voices from the Field Bernice Cullinan and Lee Galda, Section Editors The International Reading Association has compiled in the Handbook of Research on Teaching Literacy Through the Communicative and Visual Arts an indispensable set of papers for educators that will enable them to conceptualize literacy in much broader contexts than ever before. The information contained in this volume will be extremely useful in planning literacy programs for our students for today and tomorrow.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Literacy for the Information Age Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Television as a Learning Environment: A Theory of Synergy Download PDF
Chapter  3:  TV Viewing, Reading and Media Literacy Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Television and Language Learning Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Visual Communication Skills and Media Literacy Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Visual Intelligence and Analogical Thinking Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Visual Intelligence and Spatial Aptitudes Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Exploring Future Media Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Balancing Act: Using Drama to Even the Exchange of Information in the Classroom Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Navigating the Changing Landscape of Literacy: Current Theory and Research in Computer-Based Reading and Writing Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Ethnography for the Study of Performance in the Classroom Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Transcription and Representation in Literacy Research Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Methodology in Teacher Research: Three Cases Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Assessing Development and Learning Over Time Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Children Out of Bounds: The Power of Case Studies in Expanding Visions of Literacy Development Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Ethnography and Ethnographers of and in Education: A Situated Perspective Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Remaking Sense, Reshaping Inquiry: Feminist Metaphors and A Literacy of the Possible Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Making ‘Collaboration’ Problematic in Collaborative School–University Research: Studying with Urban Teacher Researchers to Transform Literacy Curriculum Genres Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Poetic Representation Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Alternative Methodology for Diagnostic Assessment of Written and Verbal Responses to Works of Art Download PDF
Chapter  21:  A National Policy Perspective on Research Intersections Between Literacy and the Visual/Communicative Arts  Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Learning With Multiple Symbol Systems: Possibilities, Realities, Paradigm Shifts and Developmental Considerations Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Telling Their Stories, Singing Their Songs Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Deaf Children as Literacy Learners: Tom, Robbie, and Paul Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Youth Genre in the Classroom: Can Children’s and Teachers’ Cultures Meet? Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Bridging Home and School Literacies: Models for Culturally Responsive Teaching, A Case For African-American English Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Student Conversations: Provocative Echoes Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Street Literacy Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Intergenerational Discourses: Life Texts of African-American Mothers and Daughters Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Community Literacy: From Home to Work and Back Download PDF
Chapter  31:  A Grass Roots Think Tank: Linking Writing and Community Building Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Preparing Language Arts Teachers in a Time of Reform Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Becoming a Member of a Professional Language Learning Community Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Teacher Preparation in the Language Arts: A Synthesis Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Exploring Voices of the Language Arts Universe: From Tin can Telephones to Satellite Missions Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Teachers Reflecting on Practice Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Putting it in Perspective: Administrating Art Education for Literacy Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Preparing Preservice Teachers to Teach Multicultural Literature Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Instructional Environments for Language and Learning: Considerations for Young Children Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Dramatic Play, Context, and Children’s Communicative Behavior Download PDF
Chapter  41:  Drama Worlds: Places of the Heart, Head, Voice, and Hand in Dramatic Interpretation Download PDF
Chapter  42:  From Storytelling to Going On-Line: Language and Literacy Opportunities in the Elementary School Download PDF
Chapter  43:  “What Have you Learned?”: Co-Constructing the Meaning of Time Download PDF
Chapter  44:  The Literary Text: Its Future in the Classroom Download PDF
Chapter  45:  Instructional Environments for Language and Literacy: Considerations for the Adult Learner Download PDF
Chapter  46:  Film, Video, and Books: Some Considerations for Learning and Teaching Download PDF
Chapter  47:  Electronic Discourse Communities: Theory, Practice, and Research Download PDF
Chapter  48:  The Future of Television in the Home and in the Classroom: Evidence for Impact Download PDF
Chapter  49:  Newspapers and On-Line Text: Essentials of the Literacy Environment Download PDF
Chapter  50:  Reading Comics, the Invisible Art Download PDF
Chapter  51:  Accountability Through Assessment and Instruction Download PDF
Chapter  52:  Who Determines Policy, Power and Politics and What are Their Attitudes? Download PDF
Chapter  53:  Alternative Assessment, Literacy Education, and School Reform Download PDF
Chapter  54:  Setting Opportunity-to-Learn Standards Download PDF
Chapter  55:  State Curricular Frameworks and Standards in the Communicative Arts Download PDF
Chapter  56:  Reading Recovery: A Summary of Research Download PDF
Chapter  57:  International Perspectives on the Reading Recovery Program  Download PDF
Chapter  58:  Change Through Collaboration: The Boston University-Chelsea Public Schools Partnership in Literacy Download PDF
Chapter  59:  Teaching the Delayed Reader: The Benchmark School Model Download PDF
Chapter  60:  Effective Literacy Instruction: Findings of the Kamehameha Elementary Education Program Download PDF
Chapter  61:  California’s Literature-Based Curriculum and the California Literature Project Download PDF
Chapter  62:  The Introduction of the National Curriculum for English Download PDF
Chapter  63:  Cross-National Studies of Literacy Download PDF
Chapter  64:  Literature Curriculum: Issues of Definition and Control Download PDF
Chapter  65:  Ten Years of Research: Achievements of the National Center for the Study of Writing and Literacy Download PDF
Chapter  66:  Classroom Contexts Promoting Literacy Engagement Download PDF
Chapter  67:  Standards in the Language arts Download PDF
Chapter  68:  Developing State Standards in English Language arts: A Case Study Download PDF
Chapter  69:  Like Happy Dreams: Integrating Visual Arts, Writing, and Reading Download PDF
Chapter  70:  Symbolism: A Third-Grade Experience Download PDF
Chapter  71:  Voices from the Field: Constructing Meaning from Illustrations Download PDF
Chapter  72:  We are the Music Makers: Helping Children Express Themselves Through the Magic of Poetry Download PDF
Chapter  73:  The Eye and the Ear Download PDF
Chapter  74:  Books About Art: A Joyous Vision Download PDF
Chapter  75:  Sound and Resound Download PDF
Chapter  76:  An Author Celebrates the Unpredictable Ways of the Illustrator Download PDF
Chapter  77:  The Visual Arts Made Accessible through Picture Books Download PDF
Chapter  78:  Playing Against Conventions: The True Story of the Stinky Cheese Man Download PDF
Chapter  79:  Reflections: Arthur Moves to TV and CDs Download PDF
Chapter  80:  Bringing Arthur to Television Download PDF
Chapter  81:  Reading Rainbow and the Joy of Reading Download PDF
Chapter  82:  Visual Literacy Goes to the Movies Download PDF
Chapter  83:  “Hoop Dreams”: An Interview With Steven James—Producer, Director, Co-Editor Download PDF
Chapter  84:  Thoughts on Visual Literacy Download PDF
Chapter  85:  “Songs Capture Something that’s Gone and Make it into Something Tangible”: An Interview with Songwriter Caroline Peyton Download PDF
Chapter  86:  Judging by the Cover: How a Magazine Promotes Communicative Literacy Download PDF
Chapter  87:  Words+Pictures=Magic: A Designer Looks at Picture Books Download PDF
Chapter  88:  The Changing Face of Literacy: A Publisher’s Perspective Download PDF
Chapter  89:  New Directions in Literacy Instruction Download PDF
Chapter  90:  The Creation of a Basal Program: A Collaborative Effort Download PDF
Chapter  91:  The Role of Computer Graphics in Literacy Attainment Download PDF
Chapter  92:  Current Issues and Future Directions Download PDF
Name_Index Download PDF
Subject_Index Download PDF
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