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Literacy Across Languages and Cultures
Literacy Across Languages and Cultures (March 1994)
Bernardo M. Ferdman - Editor
Rose-Marie Weber - Editor
Arnulfo G. Ramirez - Editor

"This is an important, readable, and provocative view of a field that has become politically charged. It helps redirect our attention from the rhetorical flourishes to the real cultural and pedagogical issues of the topic of literacy across cultures and languages."
-- Alan C. Purves, Director, Center for Writing and Literacy, State University of New York at Albany

This book examines the linkage between literacy and linguistic...(Read More)
Approaches to Computer Writing Classrooms
Approaches to Computer Writing Classrooms (August 1993)
Learning From Practical Experience
Linda Myers - Editor

This text provides a variety of practical and theoretical approaches to computer classroom design. Pedagogical, ethical, and political issues are discussed as well as nuts-and-bolts construction, adapting teaching styles to a CAI environment, use of specific hardware and software, and speculation regarding future electronic learning environments.

"My first thought went like this: 'Oh no, not another book about computer labs.' But after I r...(Read More)
On Literacy and Its Teaching
On Literacy and Its Teaching (July 1990)
Issues in English Education
Gail E. Hawisher - Editor
Anna O. Soter - Editor

"I like this book most for its attempt to link professional concerns, research and theory. It brings us beyond simplistic dichotomies, skills-based approaches to evaluation, testing, teaching, and knowing. All teachers, but particularly pre-service teachers, should be made aware of these complexities." -- Susan Hynds, Syracuse University

This book recognizes and embraces the complexities of modern English teaching. It presents English tea...(Read More)
Bilingualism through Schooling
Bilingualism through Schooling (June 1985)
Cross-Cultural Education for Minority and Majority Students
Arnulfo G. Ramirez - Author

Bilingualism Through Schooling is a comprehensive survey of bilingual education. It shows how bilingual schooling can have a double impact by providing students with functional second-language competence, and also contributing to their deeper understanding of culture and history. Concerned with both ethnolinguistic minority children and majority, English-speaking pupils, the book approaches bilingualism from a variety of perspectives—lin...(Read More)
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