Reading Lives: Working-Class Children and Literacy Learning (Language and Literacy Series (Teachers College Pr))

Reading Lives: Working-Class Children and Literacy Learning (Language and Literacy Series (Teachers College Pr))

Deborah Hicks / Aug 25, 2019

Reading Lives Working Class Children and Literacy Learning Language and Literacy Series Teachers College Pr While not shying away from the potent obstacles and dislocating challenges experienced by all children restricted by social class this text lends a measure of hope humor and practical insight to th

  • Title: Reading Lives: Working-Class Children and Literacy Learning (Language and Literacy Series (Teachers College Pr))
  • Author: Deborah Hicks
  • ISBN: 9780807741498
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Paperback
  • While not shying away from the potent obstacles and dislocating challenges experienced by all children restricted by social class, this text lends a measure of hope, humor, and practical insight to the work of teaching literacy to white children with blue collar families.Alongside her own story of growing up in the rural Southeast of the United States, and the stories otheWhile not shying away from the potent obstacles and dislocating challenges experienced by all children restricted by social class, this text lends a measure of hope, humor, and practical insight to the work of teaching literacy to white children with blue collar families.Alongside her own story of growing up in the rural Southeast of the United States, and the stories other writers including Mike Rose, Annie Ernaux, and Janet Frame have told about their early reading experiences, Hicks sets her long term study of two working class children She shows how the class specific language practices of Laurie and Jake put them at a tremendous disadvantage as they encounter middle class ways of talking, acting, and valuing By exploring their successes and challenges, the book reveals how children s lived experience influences who they come to be and how they come to know in relation to reading practices The result is a powerful book that will guide readers to move closer to the intersection of feeling and knowing in their critical role as teachers.

    Reading Lives Working Class Children and Literacy The author of two previous books about literacy education, including Reading Lives Educated in public schools, she later earned a doctorate from the Harvard Graduate School of Education She has been a teacher and writer for over two decades, focusing on the lives of children in poor and working ERIC ED Reading Lives Working Class Children This book describes the classrooms and homes of working class children struggling not only to learn to read but also to deal with the kind of subjectivity that literacy simultaneously holds out to and refuses them One theme threaded throughout the book concerns the ways in which students engagements with literacies are connected with their own histories. Reading Lives Working Class Children and Reading Lives Working Class Children and Literacy Learning Language and Literacy Series by Deborah Hicks Author Visit s Deborah Hicks Page Find all the books, read about the author, and See search results for this author Are you an author Reading lives working class children and literacy Reading lives working class children and literacy learning Deborah Hicks Home WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help Search Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library Create lists, bibliographies and reviews or Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you Reading Lives Working Class Children and Literacy This book describes the classrooms and homes of working class children struggling not only to learn to read but also to deal with the kind of subjectivity that RE_ Reading Lives Memories of Working Class About Reading Lives Memories of Working Class Girlhoods This page contains an archive of all entries posted to RE_ in the Reading Lives Memories of Working Class Girlhoods category They are listed from oldest to newest Reading Lives Hybrid Languages of Inquiry is the previous category. Reading Lives Working Class Children and Reading Lives Working Class Children and Literacy Learning Language and Literacy Series Teachers College Pr Language Literacy Series by Deborah Hicks Author Visit s Deborah Hicks Page Find all the books, read about the author, and See search results for this Reading Lives Working Class Children and Literacy Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least letters Use up arrow for mozilla firefox browser alt up arrow and down arrow for mozilla firefox browser alt down arrow to review and enter to select. How Does Reading Affect Lives Reference How Does Reading Affect Lives Home Art Literature Literature How Does Reading Affect Lives How Does Reading Affect Lives such as before or after work, improves abilities to focus People develop better writing skills by reading, too They identify unique writing styles and voices embodied by favorite authors, and emulate those writing Writing Lives Collaborative Research Project on Working When I go to work and I sit down and see everyone reading paper and I cannot read it, Ellen Cooper b. Researching Writing Lives The Writing Lives module provided me with a new opportunity to participate in a large research collaborative project.

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      • Deborah Hicks

        Deborah Hicks was raised in North Carolina, in a small town in the Blue Ridge Mountains Educated in public schools, she later earned a doctorate from the Harvard Graduate School of Education She has been a teacher and writer for over two decades, focusing on the lives of children in poor and working class America The author of two previous books about literacy education, including Reading Lives, she has written for magazines such as The Progressive and DoubleTake Point of Entry and for education journals Deborah is the founding director of PAGE, a partnership supporting educational opportunity for girls and young women in Appalachia She lives in Chapel Hill and, for part of each year, in Spring Creek a rural mountain community in Madison County, North Carolina.


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