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Title Multimodality in writing : the state of the art in theory, methodology and pedagogy / edited by Arlene Archer and Esther Breuer
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2015]


Description 1 online resource
Series Studies in writing ; 30
Studies in writing ; 30
Contents Methodological and pedagogical approaches to multimodality in writing / Arlene Archer and Esther Breuer -- When was multimodality? Modality and the rhetoric of transparency / John Trimbur and Karen Press -- Aesthetics in digital texts beyond writing : a social semiotic multimodal framework / Elisabetta Adami -- Word pictures and painted narrative : the systemic-functional model relating the analysis of pictorial discourse, verbal discourse and narrative form / Michael O'Toole -- Towards a grammar of system networks / Robert James McMurtrie -- Image-writing relations in Arabic mathematical textbooks / Jehad Alshwaikh -- Multimodal writing in the newsroom : paradigmatic, syntagmatic, and navigational variations / Daniel Perrin -- Writing within and across modes in filmmaking / Øystein Gilje -- Multimodality, pedagogic discourse and students' non-legitimated writing / Charalampia Sidiropoulou -- Places and spaces for multimodal writing in 'one-to-one' computing / Anders Björkvall -- Multimodality and social interaction : English learners' online writing practices / Briana Ronan -- Children's writing as design : an examination of children's multimodal texts / Nurit Peled-Elhanan -- Teachers' use of writing in displays of young children's artwork / Mona Sakr, Vince Connelly and Mary Wild -- 'Flowers are made of colours' : multimodality, narrative, and a move towards writing in the early years / Stephen Hill
Summary This volume offers the readers a diversity of insight into how multimodality works in texts, and the effects different modes have on generating and understanding meaning
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Communication -- Methodology.
Language and languages -- Study and teaching.
Modality (Linguistics)
Semiotics -- Social aspects.
Form Electronic book
Author Archer, Arlene, editor
Breuer, Esther Odilia, 1971- editor
ISBN 9004297197 (electronic bk.)
9789004297197 (electronic bk.)