2 edition of Social literacy found in the catalog.
Mary Riggs Cohen
Includes bibliographical references (p.103-106) and index.
|Statement||by Mary Riggs Cohen|
|LC Classifications||HV1568.3 .C64 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||2010053953|
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This book offers a detailed approach to studying media influences and presents readers with a clear vision of what it means to operate at a higher level of media literacy. W. James Potter argues that the media have a profound influence on the way we perceive the world by shaping our beliefs and expectations. By becoming more media literate, we can avoid the potentially negative effects of. The role of the library as a community gathering place was stressed repeatedly at focus group sessions. Whether discussing concerts, classes, and other events, book clubs and other social groups, or simply a forum where people could come and sit, talk, and read, quite a few people expressed their appreciation that libraries stand alone in many communities as a gathering place.
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Girls, Social Class, and Literacy book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Using stories from her own life as a girl in a wor /5. Book Description.
Social Literacies develops new and critical approaches to the understanding of literacy in an international perspective. It represents part of the current trend towards a broader consideration of literacy as social practices, and as its title suggests, it focuses on the social nature of reading and writing and the multiple character of literacy practices.
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Girls, Social Class, and Literacy is a compelling and provocative look at the debilitating effects of classism on young girls, as well as a pragmatic and powerful examination of the transformative effects of sensitive, smart teaching on children whose lives and education are too often a reflection of their economic status.
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Social literacy is the development of social skills in a social setting, which helps people to communicate in a respectful manner, as well as becoming involved in a community.
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The Atlas argues that literacy is a radical topic and librarianship is a radical profession. The truth of this statement shines through in the argument that librarians must work to facilitate social literacy within the profession in the same way they facilitate the social literacy of members.
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Building Literacy in Social Studies addresses this question by presenting both the underlying concepts and the research-based techniques that teachers can use to engage students and build the skills they need to become successful readers, critical thinkers, and active citizens.
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Book Links is organized by topic, with articles that provide background information on the subject, annotated entries, and suggestions for using particular books in classroom activities. Teaching a Thematic Unit.
Two teachers and a literacy coordinator planned a social studies thematic unit for two classes of second grade students. Studies have revealed that “most young people never pick up a book — at least not outside of school” (Can Social Networking Boost Literacy Skills).
However, this doesn’t mean that young Author: Ericka Hammett.This Media and Information Literacy Course charts an auspicious journey for the new generation of learners in the K program. The inclusion of a new course siginifies the profound intent of the education reform initiative with media and information texts.