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21st century literacy : if we are scripted, are we literate?

Author: Renita Revland Schmidt; P L Thomas
Publisher: Dordrecht ; London : Springer, ©2009.
Series: Explorations of educational purpose, v. 5.
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Explores the prescriptions that hinder authentic and effective approaches to literacy instruction. This book identifies scripts which include the Bureaucratic Script, the Corporate Script, the Student Script, the Parent and Public Script, and the Administrative Script.
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Schmidt, Renita Revland.
21st century literacy.
Dordrecht ; London : Springer, 2008
(OCoLC)243821831
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Renita Revland Schmidt; P L Thomas
ISBN: 9781402089817 1402089813
OCLC Number: 310335646
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 245 p.) : ill.
Contents: Introduction Part I. The Bureaucratic Script Chapter 1: Standards, Standards Everywhere and Not a Spot to Think * P. L. Thomas Chapter 2: Rubrics, Scoring Guides, and Testing, Testing, Testing * Renita Schmidt Part II. The Corporate Script Chapter 3: Marketing Child Readers: Ranking and Sorting * Renita Schmidt Chapter 4: English as a Scripted Language * P. L. Thomas Part III. The Student Script Chapter 5: 'When Are We Going to Do English?' * P. L. Thomas Chapter 6: How School Works: Raise Your Hands When You Want to Learn * Renita Schmidt Part IV. The Parent and Public Script Chapter 7: 'Why Don't You Mark the Errors on my Child's Papers?' - Explaining Yourself Theoretically and Professionally * Renita Schmidt Chapter 8: 'Why Aren't You Teaching C. S. Lewis?'-Challenges and Expectations from Outside School * P. L. Thomas Part V. The Administrative Script Chapter 9: But Are They Ready To Do Best Practices? * Renita Schmidt Chapter 10: Building and Department Politics-Talking English * P. L. Thomas Part VI. Beyond Scripts to Literacy Chapter 11: Literacy as Action-Empowering Students * P. L. Thomas Chapter 12: Assessing Our Way into Instruction: What Teachers Know and How They Know It * Renita Schmidt Conclusion: Implications for Literacy Classrooms in the 21st Century References
Series Title: Explorations of educational purpose, v. 5.
Responsibility: Renita Schmidt, Paul Lee Thomas.
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The authors bring their decades of classroom teaching experience, along with their research base, to a discussion of literacy spanning elementary through high school. They explore the prescriptions  Read more...

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