EDITORS’ INTRODUCTION: The Past as Prologue
Melanie Sperling and Anne DiPardo
Abstract for this article is currently not available.
The Social Construction of Intentionality: Two-Year-Olds’ and Adults’ Participation at a Preschool Writing Center
Deborah Wells Rowe
This paper describes how one group of Euro-American, middle-class two-year-olds living in the southern US learned to form and enact locally appropriate textual intentions and literate identities as they participated in writing events. Data were collected during a nine-month ethnographic study of two-year-olds’ and adults’ interactions at a preschool writing table.
Rewriting Writers Workshop: Creating Safe Spaces for Disruptive Stories
Mitzi Lewison and Lee Heffernan
This article explores a third-grade teacher’s use of critical writing pedagogy to encourage students’ exploration of issues that were important in their lives from personal as well as social perspectives.
On the Margins in a High-Performing High School: Policy and the Struggling Reader
Judith K. Franzak
This article extends recent work on the consequences of literacy-learning reforms by complicating the notion of “policy.”
AUTHOR INDEX/ SUBJECT INDEX: Volume 42
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