Re-framing Literacy: Teaching and Learning in English and the Language Arts - Language, Culture, and Teaching Series by Richard Andrews
This text is a metaphor, attractive and sophisticated in its concept, which explains a model for the integration of language arts and literacy based on the idea of framing. Framework…
Re framing Literacy synopsis
This text is a metaphor, attractive and sophisticated in its concept, which explains a model for the integration of languagearts and literacy based on the idea of framing. Framework work - not frames in itself - provides a creative and critical approach to English as a subject.
Re-framing literacy breaks a new ground in language / literacy, incorporating concepts based on the arts and sociological concepts of the subject. The theory of eloquence described by the book, which provides its comprehensive theory is a theory of dialogue, political and editorial.
From an educational point of view, the text works inductive form, from examples forward to theory: starting with visual images and moving back and forth between text and image. Exploring multimodality; and engaging in transformations of text and image that are at the heart of learning in English and language arts.
Designed as an educational course, it is designed to inspire and engage readers and lead them to a high-level and useful theory in this field. Provides a reliable and clear evidence of a complex field, and is widely suitable for pre-service and in-service courses worldwide in teachingEnglish and language arts..
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