ERIC Number: ED478937
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2002-Dec
Lectura y Vida: Revista Latinoamericana de Lectura, 2002 (Reading and Life: Latin American Reading Magazine, 2002).
Lectura y Vida: Revista Latinoamericana de Lectura, v23 n1-4 Mar-Dec 2002
Articles in this volume include the following titles (translated from the Spanish): "Who Is in Charge of Teaching Reading and Writing at the University? Tutorials, Exam Preparation, and Class Synthesis in the Humanities" (Paula Carlino); "False Conceptions of the Linguistic Abilities, Values, and the Culture of Girls and Boys from Poor Families" (Mabel Condemarin); "Teaching Reading and Writing as an Act of Awareness Building" (Margarita Drago); "The Computer as a Resource for Learning Reading and Writing--YUYITO: A Support Program for Learning Reading and Writing Skills" (Silvina Romero); "In-Service Training of Teachers: The Cornerstone of Institutional Dynamics" (Sara Elisa Oviedo); "What Are We Thinking of When Training Mediators Who 'Know How to Select' Reading Material for Children?" (Cecilia Sehringer and Brenda Griotti); "Linguistic Knowledge and Metalinguistic Reflections: The Role of Conceptualization with Regard to Syllabus Structures in Teaching Reading and Writing" (Raul Hachen); "Text Interpretations by Children: A Challenge for and a Key to Teaching" (Violeta Romo de Munoz); "Evaluation of Attitudes toward Reading in University Students" (Maria Carolina Kussama Pellegrini and Fermino Fernandes Sisto); "Self-Concept and Academic Achievement: A Study with Primary School Teachers and Students" (Veronica Villarroel Henriquez); "Reading for Understanding and Learning in School" (Patricia S. Ratto); "The Slow Process of Writing. A Cross-Sectional Project: Learning to See through the Eyes of Joan Miro" (Alicia Dieguez Bredle); "The Autonomy of the Reader: A Didactic Analysis" (Delia Lerner); "How to Read an Image: The Development of Visual Abilities and Reading through Illustrated Books" (Evelyn Arizpe and Morag Styles); "The Issue of Reading in the Training and Continued Education of Teachers: Comments on Two Experiments" (Maria Eugenia Dubois); "Learning Strategies, Reading Comprehension, and Academic Achievement" (Maria Cristina Rinaudo and Antonio Gonzalez Fernandez); "Metacognitive Reflections on One's Individual Performance" (Nilda Perez Taboada); "The Reading and Writing Skills of Teachers: A Case Study with College Literature and History Teachers" (Guadalupe Lopez Bonilla and Mara Rodriguez Linares); "Electronic Text: The Disappearance of the Printed Word or the Emergence of a New Literary Force?" (Norelkys Espinoza and Oscar Alberto Morales); "Dialogue and Confrontation in Producing Written Texts" (Mabel Pipkin); "A Didactic Sequence for Teaching Written Argumentation in 8th and 9th Grade" (Mariela Rubio and Valeria Arias); and "Spelling: One of the Problems in Writing" (Mirta Torres). Each of the four issues includes a section on child and youth literature, an overview of books and magazines, a news bulletin, and a forum on upcoming events. (AS)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Cross Sectional Studies, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Metalinguistics, Persuasive Discourse, Reading Instruction, Reading Materials, Reading Skills, Self Concept, Socioeconomic Status, Spelling, Student Attitudes, Teacher Education, Teaching Methods, Visual Perception, Writing Instruction, Writing Skills
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Reading Association, Newark, DE.
Note: Published quarterly. For Volume 22, see ED 473 622.