Opening Doors, Opening Opportunities: Family Literacy in an Urban Community / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
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Table of Contents
Understanding Culturally and Linguistically-Diverse Families and Family Literacies.
Literacy in the 21st Century.
What Does It Mean to Be Literate?
Learning about Families and Family Literacies.
Family Literacy Programs as a Bridge between Home and School.
The Intergenerational Literacy Project.
Guiding Educational Principles.
Sociocultural Learning. Biliterate and Bicultural Approach. Cooperative Learning. Strategic Reading. Shared Storybook Reading. Authentic Assessment.
The Principles in Action.
Developing Community Relationships. Recruiting Families. Securing a Site. Providing Instruction. Monitoring Learning.
Is It Working? Reviewing the Evidence.
Assessment Measures We Use.
What Have We Learned?
Who Does the Intergenerational Literacy Project Serve? What Are the Programmatic and Learning Outcomes?
Summary of the Evidence.
Bringing Parents and Teachers Together to Help Children Learn.
Parent's Perceptions of Roles and Responsibilities.
The Importance of Teachers' Actions.
Acting on the Evidence — Home/School Partnerships and the Intergenerational Literacy Project.
Parents as Classroom Storybook Readers Project.
Family Literacy Portfolio Project.
What Parents Did. What Teachers Did. What We Learned.
Learning and Thinking about Families, Schools, and Communities.
Learning about Adult and Family Literacies.
Learning about Family Literacy Programs.
Learning about Children and School Literacies.
Learning about Home-School Partnerships.
Looking Back and Looking Forward.
Appendix A. Learner Interview.
Appendix B. Exit Interview.
Appendix C. Writing Evaluation Rubric.
Appendix D. Teacher Seminar Readings.