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ERIC Number: ED522783
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2003
Pages: 216
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-1-8935-9105-0
ISSN: N/A
52nd Yearbook of the National Reading Conference (Miami, Florida, December 4-7, 2002)
Fairbanks, Colleen M., Ed.; Worthy, Jo, Ed.; Maloch, Beth, Ed.; Hoffman, James V., Ed.; Schallert, Diane L., Ed.
National Reading Conference
The National Reading Conference (NRC) Yearbook represents an archive of conference reports that have undergone the rigorous review that research demands, as well as an indicator of topics, ideas and concerns that occupied participants during the annual conference. With this 52nd volume of the Yearbook, the editors hope the reader finds a broad range of research methods, investigations of literacy education, and effective teaching practices, all of which are aimed at fostering literacy learning across many communities. Following a preface and awards presented to James V. Hoffman and Connie Juel, the papers in this yearbook include: (1) In Leaving No Child Behind Have We Forsaken Individual Learners, Teachers, Schools and Communities? (Deborah R. Dillon); (2) Opening Access: Reading (Research) in the Age of Information (John Willinsky); (3) Profiling the Developing Reader: The Interplay of Knowledge, Interest, and Strategic Processing (Patricia A. Alexander); (4) Children's Minds at Work: How Understanding of Rich Narrative Text Emerges in Fourth-Grade Classrooms that Combine Peer Group Discussion and Journal Writing (Kim Bobola); (5) Literacy Research and Students of Diverse Backgrounds: What Does It Take to Improve Achievement? (Kathryn H. Au); (6) The Impact of Family on Literacy Development: Convergence, Controversy, and Instructional Implications (Patricia A. Edwards); (7) Literacy Interventions for Preschool Children Considered at Risk: Implications for Curriculum, Professional Development, and Parent Involvement (Dorothy S. Strickland and W. Steven Barnett); (8) To Become a Doctor: Reflective Literacy Experiences that Transform (Joanna C. Arnold, Patricia L. Anders and Patricia Griesel); (9) Sign, Sign, Everywhere a Sign: Multiplying Literacies in the Preservice Language Arts Curriculum (Deborah L. Begoray); (10) Development of Phonological Awareness: The Trouble with Middle Sounds (Jerrell C. Cassady and Lawrence L. Smith); (11) Exploring the Gap Between Espoused and Enacted Cultural Models of Literature Discussion (Samantha Caughlan); (12) Pedagogy and the Learning of the School-Based Language (Zhihui Fang); (13) Negotiating Voice and Identity in Classroom Writing Events (Amy Seely Flint and Marva Cappello); (14) The Literacy Instruction of English Language Learners Across Multiple Settings (Georgia Earnest Garcia and Angela M. Lopez-Velasquez); (15) Powerful Memories of Literacy, Gender, and Teaching: Rebecca's Story (Marie Hardenbrook); (16) New Times: First-Person Shooter Games Go to College (Jerome C. Harste, Sibel Ariogul, Devon Sanner, Debbie East, Julie Ann Enyeart, Beth M. Lehman, Gloria Skegrud Reeves, and Kimberly Conway); (17) Teacher Preparation in Reading: A Case Study of Change in One University-Based Undergraduate Program (Susan Keehn, Miriam Martinez, Janis Harmon, Wanda Hedrick, Leann Steinmetz, and Bertha Pere); (18) What Images of Family Literacy Reveal about Family Literacy Practices and Family Literacy Programs (Maureen Kendrick, Jim Anderson, Suzanne Smythe, and Roberta McKay); (19) Preservice Teachers as Tutors: Influences of Tutoring on Whole-Class Literacy Instruction (Dixie Massey); (20) A Transactional Theory of Hypertext Structure (John E. McEneaney); (21) Asserting Identities in Multiple Contexts (Ellen McIntyre, Melissa Sutherland, Susan Ghiaciuc, and Diane Kyle); (22) Learning Communities: An Exploration of Theoretical Conceptualizations (Marilyn McKinney); (23) The Dynamic Environment of Success: Representing School Improvement in Literacy Learning and Instruction (James Mosenthal, Marjorie Lipson, Jane Mekkelsen, and Ellen Thompson); (24) An Exploration of Eight Sixth Graders' Engagement with Nonfiction Trade Books (Barbara Moss); (25) Supporting Beginning Writers of Research: Mentoring Graduate Students' Entry into Academic Discourse Communities (Elizabeth Noll and Dana L. Fox); (26) Eye Movements and Miscue Analysis: Reading from a Constructivist Perspective (Eric J. Paulson, Alan D. Flurkey, Yetta M. Goodman, and Kenneth S. Goodman); (27) Transgressing Transformation Theory (Heidi Silver-Pacuilla); and (28) From Guided Reading to Promoting Thoughtful Literacy: Explorations of a Teacher-Researcher Team (Susan Kidd Villaume, Edna Brabham, Tonya Hill, Kelly Pettit, Teri Prim and Resia Thornton). An introduction to the program by Lee M. Gunderson is also presented. (Individual papers contain tables, figures, footnotes and references.) [For the 51st Yearbook, see ED522782.]
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: Adult Education; Elementary Secondary Education; Higher Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Reading Conference, Inc.
Identifiers - Location: Florida