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ERIC Number: ED443107
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998
Pages: 325
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-1-883604-04-4
Literacy and Community. The Twentieth Yearbook: A Peer Reviewed Publication of the College Reading Association, 1998. [Papers from the College Reading Association Conference, 1997].
Sturtevant, Elizabeth G., Ed.; Dugan, JoAnn, Ed.; Linder, Patricia, Ed.; Linek, Wayne M., Ed.
This 20th Yearbook of the College Reading Association reflects the theme of "community" again and again, in diverse ways. First in the yearbook are the Presidential Address by Marino C. Alvarez, "Adolescent Literacy: Are We in Contact?" and the three Keynote Addresses: "My Life in Reading" (J. Chall); "A Social-Constructivist View of Family Literacy" (S.B. Neuman); and "Finding Common Ground: A Review of the Expert Study" (R.F. Flippo). Other papers in the yearbook are: "Reflections on the Early Years of CRA and the Focus of Reading in the 1950s and 1960s" (R.C. Aukerman); "First and Second Graders Construct Literary Understanding during Readalouds of Picture Storybooks" (L.R. Sipe); "The Enhancement of Literacy Development in an Adult Beginning Reader through Creating Texts to Accompany Wordless Books" (M. Brock); "A Literature Based E-Mail Collaborative" (C.A. McKeon and L.C. Burkey); "Students' Perceptions of Literacy Learning in a Project-Based Curriculum" (J.K. Peck; W. Peck; J. Sentz; R. Zasa); "A Study of the Reading/Writing Connection in a University Writing Program" (S.T. Aydelott); "Historical and Philosophical Antecedents of Structural Knowledge: Implications for Assessment" (J.M. Pickle; L.Tao; M. Lively; T. Montgomery); "Synthesizing Authentic Assessment Information in Reading and Writing: The Potential of Curriculum Profiles" (G. Shiel; R. Murphy; M. O'Leary); "Assessing Oracy and Literacy in Bilingual Students: Getting the Whole Picture" (L. Lewis-White); "Mentoring Teachers in Professional Development School Learn from Student Interns" (S.D. Lenski); "Improving Elementary Teachers' Ability to Implement Reading Strategies in Their Teaching of Science Content" (W.D. Nichols; W.H. Rupley; S.L. Mergen); "Multiple Views of Case Teaching: Teacher Educators Reflect on Their Teaching Practices" (V. Risko; K. Camperell; L. Degler; M. Eanet; J. Richards); "When Teachers Change Alone: Case Studies of Literacy Teachers in a Non-Supportive School Environment" (P. Bloem; J. Peck; E. Newton; A.L. Williams; V.P. Duling); "Portfolios, Learning Logs, and Eulogies: Using Expressive Writing in a Science Methods Class" (D. Deal); "The Multicultural Fair: A Celebration of Diversity An Innovative Approach to Teacher Education" (D. Stuart; M.G. Pershey; L.D. Hayes); "Insights in Implementing Family Literacy Programs" (J. Anderson; W.T. Fagan; M. Cronin); "Collegiality in Higher Education: Taking the Risk and Making It Work" (S. Popplewell; L. Martin; S. Kragler; V. Hall); "The Influence of Portfolio Selection on Reflective Thinking" (D. Truscott and B.J. Walker); and "It Takes an Informed Village to Make Positive Changes" (S. Kragler; V. Hall; C. Walker; M. Craig; B. Goerss; R. Murry). Individual papers contain references. (NKA)
College Reading Association, Dr. John Bertrand, Treas., College Reading Association, 851 N. Lassiter Rd., Readyville, TN 37149.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
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Authoring Institution: College Reading Association.