Literacies in Childhood: Chaging Views, Challenging Practice / Edition 2

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When future early childhood educators understand all the social, environmental, and cultural factors that affect literacy, they'll enter the classroom better prepared to teach young children. That big-picture view of emergent literacy is just what they'll get with the second edition of this easy-to-read text. Pre-service teachers of children from birth to age 8 will examine the complex, multifaceted process of literacy learning, exploring the intersecting influences of social identities such as gender, language, race, and class; technology such as computers and television; and partnerships between the many teachers in a child's life.

Firmly grounded in practice and reliable research, this fully updated edition is filled with timely revisions that reflect the needs and experiences of today's teachers:

  • a balanced discussion of phonics
  • more on multilingualism
  • new chapters on emergent literacy, pedagogy, transitions, and children as communicators
  • broader age range—more on infants and toddlers and children in the early years of school
  • the role of children's literature in teaching and learning
  • early scribble and drawing as part of emergent writing

Enhanced with student-friendly features such as "reflection and follow-up" questions, short summaries of each chapter, transcripts of teacher–child communication, and dozens of photos and samples of children's early writing, this essential textbook will help future educators teach literacy skills with confidence in today's diverse classrooms.

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Editorial Reviews

Elisa Waingort

"[Literacies in Childhood] will engender rich conversations and small and large changes in practices that could have an enormous impact on children's learning...[K–3 staff] will necessarily experience changes to their thinking that would impact classroom practices."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780729537834
  • Publisher: Paul H. Brookes Company
  • Publication date: 3/1/2008
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 6.78 (w) x 9.53 (h) x 0.76 (d)

Meet the Author

Criss Jones Diaz has been a teacher educator for more than 20 years. She has taught English as a second language in Central America and the Caribbean where she learnt Spanish as a second language. Her research and publication interests are primarily in critical and cultural studies, with an emphasis on languages and literacies and identity negotiation in contexts of diversity and difference. She teaches at the University of Western Sydney in subjects focusing on sociology in education, literacy and languages education.

Laurie Makin's teaching and research interests are in children's early language and literacy learning in monolingual and multilingual contexts. Her research has focused on literacy as social practice, children's emergent literacy, gender differences in early literacy, accessing the voices of young children in research, and parent partnerships in literacy learning. Dr. Makin has developed and implemented programs to support parents as their children's first language and literacy educators, designed professional resources for early childhood staff working with children in the year prior to school entry and in transition, and published extensively. In 2005, she retired from the University of Newcastle, where she was Associate Professor and Founding Director of the Children and Education Research Centre from 2001 to 2005, and accepted an invitation to act as Visiting Scholar at the Hong Kong Institute of Education, 2005–2006. She currently works as a consultant in early language and literacy learning.

Claire McLachlan is Associate Professor of Early Years Education at Massey University College of Education in Palmerston North, where she teaches courses in the undergraduate and postgraduate program on cognition, literacy and assessment in the early years. Claire's research background is primarily in educational psychology, with an emphasis on literacy and teachers' beliefs about teaching and learning. Claire was formerly the Program Leader: Early Years Education at Auckland University of Technology, where she established the early childhood teacher education and postgraduate programs, with specialties in Montessori, Steiner and Pasifika education. She completed her doctorate on the topic of emergent literacy in New Zealand kindergartens and has recently completed further research which examined how literacy is promoted in a range of early childhood and new entrant settings. Claire's current research interests include teachers' and parents' beliefs about literacy in early childhood, literacy environments in the early childhood setting, and physical activity in young children.

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Table of Contents


Foreword
Acknowledgments
About the editors
About the contributors

I. Frameworks for thinking about literacy

  1. Surveying the Landscape
    Laurie Makin
  2. Emergent literacy
    Claire McLachlan
  3. Literacy as social practice
    Criss Jones Díaz
  4. Understanding literacy pedagogy in and out of school
    Barbara Comber and Jo-Anne Reid
  5. Multiliteracies: towards the future
    Susan Hill
  6. Children's worlds: globalisation and critical literacy
    Criss Jones Díaz, Bronwyn Beecher and Leonie Arthur
II. Pathways to literacy
  1. Many roads through many modes: becoming literate in childhood
    Julie Martello
  2. Literacy transitions
    Anne Kennedy and Lynne Surman
  3. Young children using language to negotiate their social worlds
    Susan Danby and Christina Davidson
  4. Multiple ways of making meaning: children as writers
    Caroline Barratt-Pugh
  5. Reading contexts and practices in the childhood years
    Pauline Harris
  6. Multiliteracies and the arts
    Laurie Makin and Peter Whiteman
  7. Literacy assessment: understanding and recording meaningful data
    Alma Fleet and Jane Torr
III. Multiliteracies and diversity
  1. Other words, other worlds: bilingual identities and literacy
    Criss Jones Díaz and Nola Harvey
  2. Doing it 'proper': the case of Maori literacy
    Margie Hohepa and Stuart McNaughton
  3. Indigenous literacies: moving from social construction towards social justice
    Wendy Hanlen
  4. Literacy for all? Young children and special literacy learning needs
    Margaret McNaught
  5. Literacy and gender in childhood contexts: moving the focus
    Nola Alloway
Conclusion: new pathways in childhood literacies
Laurie Makin

Index

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