Critical Literacy Pedagogy for Bilingual Preservice Teachers, 1st ed. 2018 Exploring Social Identity and Academic Literacies
Auteur : Cho Hyesun
This book presents a participatory action research study exploring the social identity and academic literacies of bilingual preservice teachers. It describes the transformative experiences of undergraduate students during their participation in a program specially designed to develop bilingual teachers in Hawaii, USA. Further, it discusses how the curriculum and instruction in the classroom provide a ?third space? for facilitating peer interaction and critical reflection on such issues as academic literacy, heritage language education, and teacher identity. In doing so, it connects ideas of social identity and academic literacies of bilingual preservice teachers to the ?real work? of mentoring and teaching PreK-12 students themselves.
1 Introduction.- 2 Conceptual Framework.- 3 Research Design.- 4 Situated Learning in Seminars from a Community of Practice Perspective.- 5 Critical Literacy Practices in Third Space.- 6 The Complexicity and Hybridity of Social Identities.- 7 Tensions and Challenges in Enacting Critical Literacy Pedagogy.- 8 Transformations.- 9 Conclusion: Close Encounters of the Third Space Kind.
Hyesun Cho, Ph.D. is an associate professor of TESOL in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at the University of Kansas, USA. She received her MA and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Prior to her graduate studies in Hawaii, she taught English in secondary schools in Seoul, Korea. She also taught language minority high school and undergraduate students and worked with public-school teachers in Honolulu, Hawaii. Cho is the recipient of the 2009 Outstanding Dissertation of the Year Award from the Second Language Research SIG at the American Educational Research Association. Her work has appeared in several book chapters and journals, including Race, Ethnicity, and Education, Language and Education, Computers and Education, Curriculum Inquiry, Teaching and Teacher Education and TESOL Journal. Her research interests include social identity of language learners and teachers, critical literacy, heritage language education, and teaching for social justice.
Presents the unique voices of bilingual undergraduate students and their instructors in the U.S. higher education context
Provides a working model of a ‘third space’ pedagogy that teacher educators can use in their classroom
Weaves together theory and practice in the fields of applied linguistics and teacher education
Date de parution : 02-2018
Ouvrage de 235 p.
Disponible chez l'éditeur (délai d'approvisionnement : 15 jours).
94,94 €Ajouter au panier