Literacy Bibliography

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Literacy and Reading

Compiled by Dr. Gian S. Pagnucci

 

Working List:

Hirsch, E. D. Cultural Literacy

Vygotsky, Lev. Mind in Society

Vygotsky, Lev. Thought and Language

 

Allen, Janet. It’s Never Too Late.

Atwell, Nancie. (1987?1998). In the Middle: Writing, Reading, and Learning with Adolescents.

Beach, Richard, Judith Green, Michael Kamil & Timothy Shanahan (Eds.)  (1992). Multidisciplanary Perspectives on Literacy Research.

Beach, Richard. (1993). A Teacher’s Introduction to Reader-Response Theories.

Bloome, David. (ed.) Classrooms and Literacy.

Bogdan, Deann & Stanely Straw. (Eds.) (1994). Constructive Reading: Teaching Beyond Communication.

———. (Eds.) (1990). Beyond Communication: Reading Comprehension and Criticism.

Brandt, Deborah. (1989). Literacy as Involvement.

Britton, James. (1970). Language and Learning.

Brown. R. (1991). Schools of Thought: How Politics of Literacy Shape Thinking in the Classroom.

Daniels, Harvey. Literature Circles.

Dickson, Marcia. (1995).  It’s Not Like That Here: Teaching Academic Writing and Reading to Novice Writers.

Freire, Paulo & Donaldo Macedo. (1987). Literacy: Reading the Word and the World.

Flurkey, Alan D., & Meyer, Richard J. (1994). Under the Whole Language Umbrella.

Fu, Danling. (1995). My Trouble is My English.

Gambrell, L. B. (1985). “Dialogue Journals: Reading and Writing Interaction” Reading Teacher 38, 513-15.

Gee, James Paul. (1988). “The Legacies of Literacy: From Plato to Freire  through

Harvey Graff” Harvard Educational Review 58 (1988): 195-213.

———. “Socio-Cultural Approaches to Literacy (literacies).” Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 12, 31-48.

———. (1996). Social Linguistics and Literacies: Ideology in Discourse. Bristol, PA: Taylor & Francis Publishing.

Giroux, Henri. (1992). Border Crossings.

Graff, Harvey. (1979). The Literacy Myth

Graubard, Stephen R., (Ed.) (1991). Literacy: An Overview by 14 Experts.

Graves, Donald. (1990). Discover Your Own Literacy.

Heath, Shirley Brice. (1980). “Standard English: Biography of a Symbol.”

———. (1982) “What No Bedtime Story Means: Narrative Skills at Home...”  Language in Society 11 49-76.

———. (1983). Ways with Words.

Henry, Jeanne. (1995). If Not Now: Devlopmental Readers in the College Classroom.

Hornsby, David, Deborah Sukarna, & Jo-Ann Parry. (1988). Read On: A  Conference Approach to Reading.

Lunsford, Andrea, J. Moglen & J. Slevin. (Eds.) (1990). The Right to Literacy.

Kaplan, Robert. (1966). “Cultural Thought Patterns in Inner-Cultural Education” Language Learning, 16 1-20.

Kintgen, Eugene R., Barry M. Kroll, & Mike Rose (Eds.). (1988).  Perspectives on Literacy.

Knoblauch, C. & L. Brannon. (1993). Critical Teaching and the Idea of Literacy.

Mason, J.M.. (Ed.) (1989). Reading and Writing Connections.

Mitchell, Candance & Kathleen Weiler R. (Eds.) (1991). Rewriting Literacy:  Culture and the Discourse of the Other.

Newkirk, Thomas. (Ed.) (1986). Only Connect.

Niles, Jerome &  Rosary  Lalik (Eds.) (1985). Issues in Literacy.

Purves, Alan C., Theresa Rogers, & Anna O. Soter. (1995). How Porcupines Make Love III: Readers, Texts, Cultures in the Response-Based Literature Classroom.

Richter, David H. (Ed.) (1994). Falling into Theory: Conflicting Views on Reading Literature.

Rosenblatt, Louise. (1968). Literature as Exploration.

Schaafsma, David. (1993). Eating on the Street: Teaching Literacy in a Multicultural Society.

Shor, Ira & Paulo Freire. (1987). A Pedagogy for Liberation.

Slezak, Ellen. (1995). The Book Group Book.

Smith, Frank. (1988). Joining the Literacy Club.

———. (1994). Understanding Reading.

Taylor, Denny & Catherine Dorsey-Gaines. (1988). Growing Up Literate: Learning from Inner-City Families.

Villanuea, Jr., Victor. (1993). Bootstraps.

Weaver, Constance (1994). Reading process and practice. From

socio-psycholinguistics to whole language. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

2nd edition

isbn: 0-435-08799-1

Wilhem, Jeffery D. (1997). You Gotta BE the Book: Teaching Engaged and Reflective Reading with Adolescents.

 


Atwell, Nancie. (1987?1998). In the Middle: Writing, Reading, and Learning with Adolescents.

Beach, Richard. (1993). A Teacher’s Introduction to Reader-Response Theories.

Freire, Paulo & Macedo, Donaldo. (1987). Literacy: Reading the Word and the World.

Graubard, Stephen R., (Ed.) (1991). Literacy: An Overview by 14 Experts.

Henry, Jeanne. (1995). If Not Now: Developmental Readers in the College Classroom.

Kintgen, Eugene R., Barry M. Kroll, & Mike Rose (Eds.). (1988). Perspectives on Literacy.

Mitchell, Candance & Kathleen Weiler R. (Eds.) (1991). Rewriting Literacy: Culture and the Discourse of the Other.

Smith, Frank. (1988). Joining the Literacy Club.

Wilhem, Jeffery D. (1997). You Gotta BE the Book: Teaching Engaged and Reflective Reading with Adolescents.

 

 

Graves, Donald. (1990). Discover Your Own Literacy.

Hornsby, David, Deborah Sukarna, & Jo-Ann Parry. (1988). Read On: A Conference Approach to Reading.

Purves, Alan C., Theresa Rogers, & Anna O. Soter. (1995). How Porcupines Make Love III: Readers, Texts, Cultures in the Response-Based Literature Classroom.

Richter, David H. (Ed.) (1994). Falling into Theory: Conflicting Views on Reading Literature.

Slezak, Ellen. (1995). The Book Group Book.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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