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School Talk, Vol. 11, No. 4, July 2006

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Issue Theme: Broadening Visions of What Counts: Honoring Home and Community Literacies

  • Broadening Visions of What Counts: Honoring Home and Community Literacies

    Susi Long and Franki Sibberson, coeditors

    Abstract: This issue of School Talk explores the strategies used by the other teachers in our students’ lives, those who don’t operate within a classroom setting. One article looks at storytelling as a means of learning in Sunday school, another explores family stories in a Puerto Rican community, and a third discusses the many opportunities Pueblo children have to learn from their entire community. A final article looks at barbershops as a place where African American boys can learn much.

    Keywords: Elementary

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