3 edition of Reading, writing, and talking gender in literacy learning found in the catalog.
Reading, writing, and talking gender in literacy learning
Includes bibliographical references (p. 145-151) and indexes
|Statement||Barbara J. Guzzetti ... [et al.]|
|Series||Literacy studies series|
|Contributions||Guzzetti, Barbara J|
|LC Classifications||LC212.9 .R4 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 164 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||2001008578|
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Reading, Writing, and Talking Gender in Literacy Learning book By Barbara J. Guzzetti, Josephine Peyto Young, Margaret M. Gritsavage, Laurie M. Fyfe, Marie Hardenbrook Edition 1st EditionCited by: 2.
Although much United States national media attention and research surveys have publicized the many ways in which gender bias and inequities continue to flourish in education, the research on gender and literacy has not been systematically analyzed or reviewed. This book provides a synthesis of the research studies on gender and literacy for several important reasons: (1) to raise awareness of Cited by: 2.
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Book Description. Until now, there has been no systematic analysis or review of the research on gender and literacy. With all the media attention and research surveys surrounding gender bias and the inequities that continue to flourish in and talking gender in literacy learning book, a synthesis of the research studies was needed to raise awareness of gender issues in learning and literacy, to provide successful interventions.
Get this from a library. Reading, writing, and talking gender in literacy learning. [Barbara J Guzzetti;] -- A synthesis of research studies on gender and literacy. The authors confined their review to the observational or qualitative studies on gender and literacy, particularly those with a feminist.
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Learning to read and write is a basic skill that unfortunately not everybody acquires sufficiently. Lack of teachers and time in school are some of the reasons, but in addition the enormous rise in informational activities due to the Internet and other information technology-enabled opportunities has made literacy skills increasingly important to ever more by: A wonderful book about the differences in boys' literacy learning styles.
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