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Title Turn-around pedagogies : literacy interventions for at-risk students / edited by Barbara Comber, Barbara Kamler
Published Newtown, N.S.W. : Primary English Teaching Association, [2005]
Newtown, NSW : Primary English Teaching Association, 2005
©2005

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Description iii, 123 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents 1. Designing turn-around pedagogies and contesting deficit assumptions / Barbara Kamler, Barbara Comber -- 2. Animating disenchanted writers / Caroline Duck, Kirsten Sharrad -- 3. Enticing reluctant boys into peer writing communities / Sue Moreau, Nicki Sharrad -- 4. Teacher-student networks : using technology-infused curriculum to turn around students at risk / Caleb Petersen -- 5. Utilising community funds of knowledge as resources for school literacy learning / Rob Fuller, Di Hood -- 6. Using 'Shrek' and 'Bart Simpson' to build respectful learning communities / Cherie Pickering, Judy Painter -- 7. Re-positioning the reluctant high-school reader / Bev Maney -- 8. Principles, possibilities and practices : making the difference / Kirsten Hutchinson, Lyn Kerkham
Summary Every classroom teacher is aware of that one student who is in danger of falling behind their peers in achieving expected literacy levels. In this volume, teachers recount how they were able to change or turn around their students' performance in the classroom and, in doing so, reflect upon their own practices. The case studies in each chapter illustrate how the teachers implemented practical ideas and strategies and embraced students' interest in new technologies, encouraging students to actively take responsibility for their own learning. The teachers were able to rekindle an interest in literacy activities in the classroom. Here is a book that will inspire teachers to turn around their own teaching
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Reading (Primary)
English language -- Study and teaching (Primary)
Language arts (Primary)
Language arts (Primary) -- Remedial teaching.
Literacy -- Study and teaching (Primary)
Author Kamler, Barbara.
Comber, Barbara.
Primary English Teaching Association (Australia)
LC no. 00002671
ISBN 1875622608 :
Other Titles Literacy interventions for at-risk students