Classroom Interactions in Literacy

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Eve Bearne, Henrietta Dombey, Teresa Grainger
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2003 M11 1 - 225 páginas
It challenges and explores current pedagogical orthodoxies and provides credible alternatives and insights based on research.It contributes to a more open and expansive agenda in language, literacy and pedagogy.It represents a move from restrictive certainities to the potent possibilities of uncertainty and professional challenge.
 

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Introduction
1
PART 1 Revisiting the Web of Meaning
5
PART 2 The Detail of Classroom Discourse
21
PART 3 Professional Knowledge and Understanding
49
PART 4 Childrens Knowledge and Teachers Interventions
75
PART 5 The Play of Ideas
103
PART 6 New Texts and Textual Dimensions
127
PART 7 The Social Construction of Literacy
155
References
193
Author Index
209
Subject Index
212
Back cover
216
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Eve Bearne divides her time at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education between research and teaching. Her current research interests are children's production of multimodal texts and gender, language and literacy. She has edited and written a number of books about language and literacy and about children's literature. She is currently President of the United Kingdom Literacy Association.

Henrietta Dombey started to learn about literacy teaching and learning during her years as a primary school teacher in schools in Inner London, where she pioneered teaching reading without a reading scheme. She developed her interest in the interactions between the children, the texts and the teacher while carrying out the fieldwork in a nursery class for her PhD on young children's experience of hearing stories aloud. She is currently investigating the patterns of interaction during whole class parts of the Literacy Hour, in classrooms of highly successful teachers of literacy. During the introduction of the National Curriculum she chaired the National Association for the Teaching of English. She was also President of the UKRA form 2002 to 2003.

Teresa Grainger is a Reader in Education at Canterbury Christ Church University College where she co-ordinates the MA in Language and Literacy, the PGCE English programme, facilitates a Pedagogy Study Group for staff and undertakes research and consultancy. She was President of the United Kingdom Reading Association in 2001-2 and is the editor of the UKRA journal 'Reading Literacy and Language.' Teresa has published widely on literacy and the language arts, on drama, storytelling, literature and poetry and most recently has edited a Routledge/Falmer Reader on Language and Literacy. Her current research projects include: investigating children's voice, verve and creativity in writing; exploring the relationship between drama and writing; and examining the nature of creative teaching and learning, the links between the development of spirituality and literacy and the teacher as a creative artist in the language classroom.

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