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Author Hagood, Margaret C

Title Bring it to class : unpacking pop culture in literacy learning / Margaret C. Hagood, Donna E. Alvermann, Alison Heron-Hruby ; foreword by Kylene Beers

Publ Info New York, N.Y. : Teachers College Press, [2010]
 RWU CMC  CMC LC191 .H22 2010    AVAILABLE
 Wheaton Stacks  LC191 .H22 2010    AVAILABLE
Descript xiii, 95 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
text rdacontent
unmediated rdamedia
volume rdacarrier
Series Practitioner's bookshelf
Note "Grades 4 through 12"--Cover
Includes bibliographical references (p. 85-89) and index
Contents What's in your backpack? -- A textual day in a 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? -- Unpacking pop culture -- What do we mean by pop culture 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 a blog -- Pop culture in action : a blueprint for a blogging project -- Challenges to using pop culture texts in school -- 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 -- Connecting 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 -- 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 -- 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 -- Connecting across generations via turning around pedagogies -- Connecting across generations -- Making a space for learning with 21st-century texts in schools -- Taking stock -- Reflection activity : time to repack? -- "Turn-around" pedagogies -- So how do we bring on this turning around? -- Reflection activity : strategies for small steps -- Last words
LC subject Education -- United States -- Sociological aspects
Language arts -- United States
Popular culture -- United States
Add Author Alvermann, Donna E
Heron-Hruby, Alison
ISBN 9780807750612 (pbk. : alk. paper)