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Wolbers, Kimberly; Dostal, Hannah; Holcomb, Leala – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
Since students' writing skills are largely shaped by the quality of instruction they receive, we can learn from what teachers report about their beliefs and approaches to the teaching and learning of writing. This study explores the state of writing instruction at secondary levels with deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) students through a…
Descriptors: Writing Skills, Teaching Methods, Deafness, Students with Disabilities
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Turner, Jennifer D. – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
Guided by intersectional multimodal literacy frameworks and analytic methods, this qualitative study explored how seven high-achieving Black undergraduate women's photo essays visually and textually represented their persistence during the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo essays, in this context, are intersectional multimodal compositions that use images…
Descriptors: African American Students, Females, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Segel, Marisa – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
When school buildings closed suddenly due to the COVID-19 pandemic, educators relied on families more than ever to mediate their children's learning. This yearlong case study details the narratives of 14 Black and Latinx families as they negotiated literacy practices with their teenage sons during remote schooling. This study finds that families…
Descriptors: Males, Minority Group Students, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Watson, Vaughn W. M.; Marciano, Joanne E. – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
In envisioning literacy at a crossroads, we ask what may be the potential of a different, intense, possible love, a love we may scarcely know and may yet discern--what we think of as a cosmic love, an explosive love. Such stance-taking in literacy research provokes new possibilities for research, teaching, and learning. We share brief narrative…
Descriptors: Literacy, Intimacy, Racism, Blacks
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Dernikos, Bessie P.; Nightengale-Lee, Bianca; Thiel, Jaye Johnson; Lenters, Kimberly; Bailey, Erin – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
In this theoretical and conceptual article, we consider how meaning-making, literacies, identities, power, privilege, and in/equities are entangled with/in non/human sociomaterial force relations. Inspired by Rose, we build theoretically on the philosophical principles of hip-hop--flow, rupture, layering, and sampling. Conceptually, we invite…
Descriptors: Music, Philosophy, African Americans, Racism
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Marciano, Joanne E.; Reine Johnson, Lauren Elizabeth; Beymer, Alecia – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
This qualitative study examines how youth participants in an ongoing community-based literacy initiative sought to increase awareness of racial justice among residents of their subsidized housing community in support of the Black Lives Matter movement in summer 2020 and throughout the 2020-2021 academic year. We utilize theories of racial literacy…
Descriptors: Race, Literacy, Critical Literacy, School Community Programs
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Anderson, Blythe E.; Wright, Tanya S.; Gotwals, Amelia Wenk – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
The purpose of this study was to examine the ways in which teachers use language to promote vocabulary development (i.e., vocabulary talk moves) during science instruction in early-elementary classrooms. Twenty-four total science lessons were recorded by eight teachers, providing 894.27 min of observational data across three timepoints. Discourse…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Science Instruction, Vocabulary, Classroom Communication
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Schachter, Rachel E.; Yeomans-Maldonado, Gloria; Piasta, Shayne B. – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
Despite a growing focus on access to and use of emergent literacy assessment in early childhood, little is known about early childhood teachers' data practices and their associations with children's emergent literacy skills. A questionnaire was used to confirm and elaborate findings from prior qualitative work (Schachter & Piasta, 2022)…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Teachers, Emergent Literacy, Data Collection
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Lambert, Claire; Myers, Joy; Howard, Christy; Adams-Budde, Melissa – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
Novice teachers experience language about literacy instruction from a variety of sources. This longitudinal case study uses Bakhtin's notions of authoritative and internally persuasive discourse to consider how four novice teachers negotiated messages regarding literacy instruction from the conclusion of preservice education through their first 2…
Descriptors: Novices, Beginning Teachers, Literacy Education, Teacher Attitudes
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Gallo, Sarah; Adams Corral, Melissa – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
Drawing from an ethnography with mixed-status families residing in Mexico, we examine what we term transborder literacies of (in)visibility, or diasporic people's innovative interactions around texts that prepare them to move across incompatible mononational institutions divided by borders. Through close attention to the literacy practices…
Descriptors: Ethnography, Mexicans, Immigrants, Literacy
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Smith, Jess; Nichols, T. Philip – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
This article examines the familiar imperative for educators to cultivate affective attachments between students and reading--to foster love or ward off hate, for books. It considers the interplay of this affective economy with other "economies" of reading long theorized in literacy studies: the moral economy, promoting dominant social…
Descriptors: Books, Reading Material Selection, Literacy, Reading Attitudes
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McCarthy, Mark D.; Domke, Lisa M.; Bian, Yue – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
We believe that is culturally situated. In this conceptual article, we problematize some of the phrasing used for prosody indicators and explore how three of the most spoken languages in the United States (other than English) enact aspects of prosody when reading. We probe potential linguistic and sociocultural implications and contribute to the…
Descriptors: Multilingualism, Reading Tests, Suprasegmentals, Reading Fluency
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Degollado, Enrique David – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
Drawing on life stories and classroom observations, this qualitative study examined how six bilingual maestras enacted and embodied critical biliteracies through bilanguaging love. These maestras were born, raised, and now teach bilingual education on the Texas-Mexico border. Their stories revealed contradictory and complex beliefs about literacy…
Descriptors: Literacy, Bilingualism, Bilingual Education, Epistemology
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Leyva, Diana; Yeomans-Maldonado, Gloria; Weiland, Christina; Shapiro, Anna; Leech, Kathryn; Pilot, Isabella; Wolf, Sophie – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
Researchers largely rely on child language and literacy measures to determine the effectiveness of interventions for Latino dual language learners. However, some of these measures may miss certain strengths of these students. This study identified two unstandardized language and literacy tasks (IDELA food and animal vocabulary and personal…
Descriptors: Spanish Speaking, Hispanic American Students, Kindergarten, Young Children
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Robinson, Bradley – Journal of Literacy Research, 2023
This study focused on the digital design practices of Raul, a 15-year-old participant at a summer video game design camp for adolescents. As Raul developed his original game, "You Will Perish," I wondered what his design process might reveal about (a) the practice of affectively and procedurally literate video game design and (b) the…
Descriptors: Video Games, Design, Adolescents, Barriers
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