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TitleRethinking early literacies : reading and rewriting worlds / Mariana Souto-Manning and Haeny S. Yoon
ImprintNew York : Routledge, 2018
Descript xvii, 244 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

SUMMARY

"Rethinking Early Literacies theorizes literacy for young children in a way that invites readers to rethink theoretical constructs framing understandings of literacy in contemporary society. Examples from a variety of sites, involving diverse children ages 3-8 prompt reconceptualizations of children's literate identities, challenge how diverse language learners are defined, and revise and expand the notion of texts to encompass digital tools and popular culture. Issues influencing early childhood education and how young children are positioned given trans/national social and political contexts are considered throughout" -- Provided by pubisher


CONTENT

Series Introduction by Nicola Yelland -- Part 1: Young Children as Literate Beings -- Identity, Culture, and Agency -- Reading and Rewriting Worlds and Words -- Multiple Literacies and Language Competencies Across Young Children's Social Contexts -- Part 2: Spaces of Belonging: Relational Literacies -- Languages and Literacies in Families and Homes -- Languages and Literacies in Neighborhoods and Communities -- Languages and Literacies in Peer Culture -- Rethinking Early Literacies: Children's Literate Identities in Contemporary Times -- Rethinking (Pre)School Literacies -- Reproducing and Challenging Societal Literacies -- Orchestrating Complex Literacies: Considering the Power of Young Children's Repertoires and Identities.


Reading (Early childhood) Language arts (Early childhood) -- Computer-assisted instruction Literacy -- Social aspects

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