Many Texts, Many Voices: Teaching Literacy and Social Justice to Young Learners In the Digital Age
208 pages • 7½ x 9¼
Learn to use of a variety of learning tools, both traditional and modern, to pose critical questions about the world and to make a difference in the lives of others. You can help your young learners to become conscious consumers, creative thinkers, and effective communicators even while fulfilling the mandated curriculum. Rather than an addition to a lesson or curriculum, critical literacy is a way of thinking, communicating, analyzing, and living a literate life. Always mindful of what is appropriate for young children, this thoughtful book offers opportunities to embed critical literacy and inquiry in the everyday lives of students. Through a rich array of rubrics, sample lessons, text sets, unit designs, and professional resources, it shares reflective practices so that all teachers can use print, visual, and digital tools to transform student learning.
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