Languaging Relations for Transforming the Literacy and Language Arts Classroom

Author:   Richard Beach (University of Minnesota, USA) ,  David Bloome (The Ohio State University, USA)
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
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9781138489912


Pages:   260
Publication Date:   22 January 2019
Format:   Paperback
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Author:   Richard Beach (University of Minnesota, USA) ,  David Bloome (The Ohio State University, USA)
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
Weight:   0.367kg
ISBN:  

9781138489912


ISBN 10:   1138489913
Pages:   260
Publication Date:   22 January 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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Table of Contents

1. Introduction: Languaging Relations for Transforming the Teaching of Literacy and the Language Arts David Bloome and Richard Beach Section 1: Languaging Relations and the Interactions of Teachers and Students 2. Reconceptualizing Classroom Life as Relational-Key Faythe Beauchemin 3. Portraying and Enacting Trust in Writing in a High School Classroom Richard Beach and Maren Aukerman 4. Languaging, Race, and (Dis)ability: Discerning Structure and Agency in Classroom Interaction Michiko Hikida and Ramon Martinez Section 2: Recontextualizing Language Learning in the Classroom from a Languaging Perspectives 5. Languaging and Languagised Learning Lian Madsen and Thomas Norreby 6. Languaging the Rhetorical Tradition: Pedagogical CHAT in Middle School and College Paul Prior, Joyce Walker, and Deb Riggert-Kieffer 7. Languaging the Teaching and Learning of Argumentative Writing in an 11th Grade International Baccalaureate Classroom George Newell, Theresa Thanos, Subeom Kwak, and The Ohio State University Argumentative Writing Project Section 3: Languaging Relations and the Interactions of Readers/Audiences and Text 8. Participatory Sense-Making in Narrative Experience Yanna Popova 9. Comprehending as Relational, Dialogic, and Imaginative Activity Judith Lysaker and Christy Wessel-Powell Section 4: Languaging Relations and Locating Teaching and Learning in the Complex Dynamics of Power Relations 10. Theorizing and Languaging Blackness: Using the African Philosophy of Ubuntu and the Concept of Sawubona Stephanie Power-Carter, Bita Zakeri and Kafi Kumasi 11. Mobilizing and Languaging Emotion for Critical Media Literacy Cynthia Lewis and Martha Bigelow 12. Languaging Personhood in Classroom Conversation David Bloome, Ayanna Brown, Min-Young Kim, and Rebecca Tang

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Richard Beach and David Bloome have provided a vital stage for dialoguing about the possibilities and complexities of languaging, one that urges the entire field of language and literacy education to not only deeply consider the arguments contained within, but also to actively explore these ideas in our teaching and research. - Bob Fecho, Teachers College, Columbia University. Bringing together top scholars in the field, Languaging Relations for Transforming the Literacy and Language Arts Classroom signals a paradigm shift in the field. The authors address some of the most urgent topics in education through compelling examples from a range of instructional contexts. This volume underscores how teachers might work in solidarity with students to combat inequity and reimagine their social worlds through everyday relational practices. - Gerald Campano, University of Pennsylvania


Author Information

Richard Beach is Professor Emeritus of English Education at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA. David Bloome is College of Education and Human Ecology Distinguished Professor of Teaching and Learning, and Director of the Center for Video Ethnography and Discourse Analysis at the College of Education and Human Ecology, The Ohio State University, USA. Our appreciation to Mindi Rhoades, The Ohio State University, for creating the cover art for this book.

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