Literacy and Numeracy in Latin America: Local Perspectives and Beyond

Editat de Judy Kalman, Brian V. Street
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Latin American Literacy and Numeracy Studies (LALNS) are fairly unknown in other parts of the world. This book charts new directions in LALNS and explores the relationship between these studies and international perspectives. Calling upon social practice approaches, New Literacy Studies, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis and other paradigms, the contributors identify both convergent and divergent literacy and numeracy issues within the region as well as beyond the Latin American context.
Literacy and Numeracy in Latin America moves the field forward by bringing LALNS into wider focus and helping readers to understand the synergy with work from other perspectives and from other parts of the world and the implications for theory and practice. A lack of translated work until now between Latin America and, in particular, the UK, US, and Europe, has meant that such important overlaps between areas of study have gone unappreciated. In this way this volume is the first of its kind, a significant and original contribution to the field.
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ISBN-13: 9780415896108
ISBN-10: 041589610X
Pagini: 226
Ilustrații: 12 b/w images, 1 table, 10 halftones and 1 line drawing
Dimensiuni: 152 x 226 x 15 mm
Greutate: 0.34 kg
Ediția: New.
Editura: Routledge


FOREWORD Luis Moll  PREFACE  1. Introduction: Literacy and numeracy in Latin America: Local perspectives and beyond Judy Kalman and Brian Street  PART I: Latin American Literacies: Theoretical and methodological approaches  2. The local and the global in literacy practices in "traditional communities" Marildes Marinho  3. Access to written culture as part of the social reproduction strategies of rural families in cordoba (Argentina) Elisa Cragnolino  4. A multimodal approach to the understanding of students’ collaborative writing of digital texts Enna Carvajal  PART II: Literacy and numeracy as social practice: Latin American perspectives  5. GPS technology, map reading, and everyday location practices in a fishing community Judy Kalman  6. When illiterate isn’t illiterate. Reading reality in a multimodal way María del Carmen Lorenzatti  7. Indexical signs within local and global contexts: Case studies of changes in literacy practices across generations of working class families in Brazil María Lucia Castañheira  8. Survival of original knowledge Irma Fuenlabrada and María Fernanda Delprato  PART III: Literacy and numeracy in Education: Experiences in Latin America  9. When literacy brings too many risks: a successful lesson in failure Shirley Brice Heath and Daniel Sobol  10. The Brazilian landless movement and a mathematics education research program Gelsa Knijnik  11. Reading, writing and experience: literacy practices of young rural students Gloria Hernández  12. Technology and literacy: Towards a situated comprehension of a mexican teacher’s action Irán Guerrerro  13. Preambles, questions and commentaries: Teaching genres and the oral mediation of literacy Elsie Rockwell  14. Learning English in Mexico: Transnational language ideologies and practices M. Sidury Christansen and Marcia Farr  AFTERWORD: The threat of a good example: how ethnographic case studies challenge dominant discourses David Barton

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Judy Kalman is Professor, Departamento de Investigaciones Educativas, Centro de Investigación y Estudios Avanzados del IPN, Mexico City.
Brian Street is Emeritus Professor of Language in Education at King’s College, London University.