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Hagood, Margaret C
Bring it to class : unpacking pop culture in literacy learning / Margaret C. Hagood, Donna E. Alvermann, Alison Heron-Hruby ; foreword by Kylene Beers
New York : Teachers College Press, c2010
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  LC191 .H22 2010    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Education -- United States -- Sociological aspects
Language arts -- United States
Popular culture -- United States
Physical Description xiii, 95 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
Note "Grades 4 through 12"--Cover
Includes bibliographical references (p. 83-89) and index
Contents Introduction: What's in Your Backpack? -- A Textual Day in Life -- Reflection Activity: What's Your Textual Day in a Life Look Like? -- What's the Hang Up with Pop Culture Texts? -- Views of Pop Culture -- Reflection Activity: What Are My Views of Pop Culture? -- Additional Resources -- Unpacking Pop Culture -- What Do We Mean by Pop Culture in Texts? -- What Interests You and Your Students in Pop Culture? -- Connecting Pop Culture Texts to Concepts in the Curriculum -- How Does Multimodality Figure In? -- Reflection Activity: Critical Reading of Blog -- Pop Culture in Action: A Blueprint for a Blogging Project -- Challenges to Using Pop Culture Texts in School -- Additional Resources -- How Does Pop Culture Connect to Standards? -- Standards Influence How we View Pop Culture -- How Has Pop Culture Been Used in Schools? -- Reflection Activity: Literacy of Fusion -- Linking Pop Culture and Academic Standards -- Pop Culture in Action: Paul Revere Uses MapQuest -- Reflection Activity: Understanding Visual Literacy -- Making Pop Culture Valid -- Additional Resources -- Connection to Audiences, Connecting to the Canon -- Memorizing Lyrics: It's All About Comprehending -- Going Backstage with Students -- Pop Culture in Action: Connecting Rap Lyrics to a Unit on Bullying -- Center Stage: Adolescents Authoring Texts for Peer Audiences -- Texts That Connect: Or Do They? -- Reflection Activity: Fractured Expectations and Experiences of Text -- Additional Resources -- Connecting Pop Culture to Text Interpretation -- What Is Interpretation? -- Pop Culture in Action: "The Freshman" -- Reflection Activity: Interpretive Communities in the Content Areas -- Pop Culture and Conceptual Understanding -- Pop Culture in Action: The Day the Earth Stood Still -- Pop Culture as Interpretation -- Additional Resources -- Who Do People Think I Am, and Who Do I Want to Be? -- How Do We Use Pop Culture to Construct Identity? -- Identity and Subjectivity Played Out -- Reflection Activity: Rewind and Redo? -- Challenges to creating a Community of Trust -- Reflection Activity: Representations of Teacher Identities in Popular Culture -- Connecting Student Identity, Teacher Identity, and Instruction -- Pop Culture in Action: Adolescents' Readings of Identities in Media -- Additional Resources -- Conclusions: Connecting Across Generations via Turning Around Pedagogies -- Connecting Across Generations -- Making a Space for Learning with 21st-Century Texts in Schools -- Taking Stock -- Reflections Activity: Time to Repack? -- "Turn-Around" Pedagogies -- So How Do we Bring on This Turning Around? -- Reflection Activity: Strategies for Small Steps -- Last Words -- Additional Resources
Series Practitioner's bookshelf
Alternate Author Alvermann, Donna E
Heron-Hruby, Alison

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