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The Resource Art as a way of talking for emergent bilingual youth : a foundation for literacy in Prek-12 schools, edited by Berta Rosa Berriz, Amanda Claudia Wager, and Vivian Maria Poey

Art as a way of talking for emergent bilingual youth : a foundation for literacy in Prek-12 schools, edited by Berta Rosa Berriz, Amanda Claudia Wager, and Vivian Maria Poey

Label
Art as a way of talking for emergent bilingual youth : a foundation for literacy in Prek-12 schools
Title
Art as a way of talking for emergent bilingual youth
Title remainder
a foundation for literacy in Prek-12 schools
Statement of responsibility
edited by Berta Rosa Berriz, Amanda Claudia Wager, and Vivian Maria Poey
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
370.117/5
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Berriz, Berta Rosa,
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  • Language arts
  • Literacy
  • Art
  • Education, Bilingual
  • English language
Label
Art as a way of talking for emergent bilingual youth : a foundation for literacy in Prek-12 schools, edited by Berta Rosa Berriz, Amanda Claudia Wager, and Vivian Maria Poey
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Vivian Maria Poey
  • Section I: Walk the talk: Breathing life into theories with families, schools, and communities.
  • Walk the talk- Cantastoria
  • Heritage languages as a valuable asset for multilingual children in US schools and beyond: We can't afford to lose them!
  • Shabaash M. Kemeh
  • Preparing ideologically clear bilingual teachers to recognize linguistic geniuses
  • Cristina Alfaro,
  • Lilia I. Bartolomé
  • Inclusive teaching for bilingual and multilingual learners: Collage as ornithology
  • Mariana Souto-Manning,
  • Foreward
  • Jessica Martell
  • Family art backpacks: Building family-school connections through art and story
  • Dorea Kleker,
  • Mika K. Phinney
  • Walk the talk: Questions for reflection and further applications for practice
  • Berta Rosa Berriz
  • Section II: In the heights: Lifting potential, expanding possibilities.
  • In the heights: Nuestro Trayecto
  • Yoselin Rodriguez
  • Seen from within: Photography, culture, and community in a dual-language school
  • Sonia Nieto
  • Mary Beth Meehan,
  • Julie Nora
  • Meeting the needs of and giving voice to linguistically diverse children through multimodal and art-based assessments
  • Whitney J. Lawrence,
  • Janelle B. Mathis
  • Picturebook illustrations: Powerful pathways for literacy learning and language acquisition
  • Katherine Egan Cunningham,
  • Grace Enriquez
  • Constructing stories using language and digital art: Voice of multilingual learners
  • Sally Brown
  • Preface
  • In the heights: Questions for reflection and further application for practice
  • Vivian Maria Poey
  • Section III: Life every voice: Democratic practice before, during, and after school.
  • Muhammad Walad
  • ¿Qué caja? What box?: Inclusivity, assessment, and the political possibilities of preschool drama
  • Beth Murray,
  • Gustave Weltsek
  • Telling stories of challenge and triumph: emergent bilinguals claim the curriculum through spoken-word poetry, hip hop and video
  • Debi Khasnabis,
  • Catherine H. Reischl,
  • Acknowledgements
  • Coert Ambrosino,
  • Jamall Bufford,
  • Alysha Mae Schlundt-Bodien
  • Storier warriors: New waves of Indigenous survivance and language revitalization
  • Laura Cranmer,
  • Jocelyn Difore,
  • Jeffrey Paul Ansloos,
  • Ryan L'Hirondelle,
  • Paul Arthur
  • Youth voices from in and out of the classroom: Emergent bilingual learners, graphic novels, and critical multiliteracies
  • Glossary
  • Jie Park,
  • Lori Simpson
  • Life every voice: Questions for reflection and further applications for practice
  • Amanda Claudia Wager
  • Afterword
  • Wayne Au
  • About the contributors
  • Index
  • Introduction- Bienvenidos
  • Berta Rosa Berriz,
  • Amanda Claudia Wager,
Control code
on1054899566
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (pages cm.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351204231
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1054899566
Label
Art as a way of talking for emergent bilingual youth : a foundation for literacy in Prek-12 schools, edited by Berta Rosa Berriz, Amanda Claudia Wager, and Vivian Maria Poey
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Vivian Maria Poey
  • Section I: Walk the talk: Breathing life into theories with families, schools, and communities.
  • Walk the talk- Cantastoria
  • Heritage languages as a valuable asset for multilingual children in US schools and beyond: We can't afford to lose them!
  • Shabaash M. Kemeh
  • Preparing ideologically clear bilingual teachers to recognize linguistic geniuses
  • Cristina Alfaro,
  • Lilia I. Bartolomé
  • Inclusive teaching for bilingual and multilingual learners: Collage as ornithology
  • Mariana Souto-Manning,
  • Foreward
  • Jessica Martell
  • Family art backpacks: Building family-school connections through art and story
  • Dorea Kleker,
  • Mika K. Phinney
  • Walk the talk: Questions for reflection and further applications for practice
  • Berta Rosa Berriz
  • Section II: In the heights: Lifting potential, expanding possibilities.
  • In the heights: Nuestro Trayecto
  • Yoselin Rodriguez
  • Seen from within: Photography, culture, and community in a dual-language school
  • Sonia Nieto
  • Mary Beth Meehan,
  • Julie Nora
  • Meeting the needs of and giving voice to linguistically diverse children through multimodal and art-based assessments
  • Whitney J. Lawrence,
  • Janelle B. Mathis
  • Picturebook illustrations: Powerful pathways for literacy learning and language acquisition
  • Katherine Egan Cunningham,
  • Grace Enriquez
  • Constructing stories using language and digital art: Voice of multilingual learners
  • Sally Brown
  • Preface
  • In the heights: Questions for reflection and further application for practice
  • Vivian Maria Poey
  • Section III: Life every voice: Democratic practice before, during, and after school.
  • Muhammad Walad
  • ¿Qué caja? What box?: Inclusivity, assessment, and the political possibilities of preschool drama
  • Beth Murray,
  • Gustave Weltsek
  • Telling stories of challenge and triumph: emergent bilinguals claim the curriculum through spoken-word poetry, hip hop and video
  • Debi Khasnabis,
  • Catherine H. Reischl,
  • Acknowledgements
  • Coert Ambrosino,
  • Jamall Bufford,
  • Alysha Mae Schlundt-Bodien
  • Storier warriors: New waves of Indigenous survivance and language revitalization
  • Laura Cranmer,
  • Jocelyn Difore,
  • Jeffrey Paul Ansloos,
  • Ryan L'Hirondelle,
  • Paul Arthur
  • Youth voices from in and out of the classroom: Emergent bilingual learners, graphic novels, and critical multiliteracies
  • Glossary
  • Jie Park,
  • Lori Simpson
  • Life every voice: Questions for reflection and further applications for practice
  • Amanda Claudia Wager
  • Afterword
  • Wayne Au
  • About the contributors
  • Index
  • Introduction- Bienvenidos
  • Berta Rosa Berriz,
  • Amanda Claudia Wager,
Control code
on1054899566
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (pages cm.)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351204231
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1054899566

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