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EDEC 5653: Making the Literacy Connection Language to Reading

Useful library information for EDEC 5653: Making the Literacy Connection: Language to Reading, Dr. Mathis

Required Readings for EDRE 5653

Aukerman, M., Grovet, K.,  Belfatti, B. (2019). Race, Ideology, and Cultural Representation in Raz-Kids Language Arts, 96,286-299
Campano, G. & Low,  (2011). Multimodality and Immigrant Children. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 12, 381-384.
Diamond, L. (2017). Writing to change the world: Teaching social justice through writer’s workshop. Language Arts, 95, 99-100.
Enriquez, G., Dawes, E. T., & Cappiello, M. A. (2018). Beyond Primers: High-Quality Children’s Literature for Primary-Grade Readers. Language Arts, 95, 182-195.
Harste, j. (2016) The Art of Learning to Be Critically Literate. Language Arts, 90, 92-102.
Peterson, R. (2018). Asking Questions, Seeding Advocacy:  Empowering Our Students and Ourselves to Act as if We Live in a Democracy. Language Arts, 95, 40-43.
Lawrence, W. & Mathis, J. (2018).  Meeting the Needs of and Giving Voice to Linguistically Diverse Children through Multimodal and Art Based Assessments. In B. R. Berriz, A. C. Wager, & V. M. Poey (Eds) Art as a Way of Talking for Emergent Bilingual Youth, A Foundation for Literacy in PreK-12 Schools (130-144). Routledge: New York.
Mathis, J. (2016). Literature and the young child: Engagement, enactment, and agency from a sociocultural perspective.  Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 30(4), 618-629. 
Mathis, J. & Young, W. (2016). Forced journeys: Understanding our histories through global characters, contexts, and critical issues.

In K. Short, D. Day & J. Schroeder (Eds.) Reframing curriculum: An Invitation to global citizenship through children’s literature (199-218).  Portland, ME:  Stenhouse Publishers.
Peterson, R. (2017). Asking questions, Seeding Advocacy: Empowering Our Students and Ourselves to Act as if We Live in a Democracy. Language Arts, 95, 40-43. 
Serafini, F. ( 2014). Multimodal literacies:  From theories to practice. Language Arts, 92, 412-422.
Short, K. (2018). What’s Trending in Children’s Literature and Why It Matters. Language Arts, 95, 287-298.
Short, K. (2009). Critically reading the word and the world. Bookbird, 1-10.
Turner, J. D. (2018). Nurturing Young Children’s Literacy Development through Effective Preschools, Practices, and Policies: A Conversation with Dr. William H. Teale. Language Arts, 95, 176-181.
Vasquez, V., Janks, H., Comber,  (2019). Critical Literacy as a Way of Being and Doing. Language Arts, 96, 300-311.
Wargo, J. (2019) Sounding the Garden, Voicing a Problem: Mobilizing Critical Literacy through Personal Digital Inquiry with Young Children. Language Arts 96, 275-285. 


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