Literacy in Society
The thought provoking papers in this volume address some of the key aspects of the literacy debate from the perspective of a language based theory of learning. The contributions range from the theoretical to the practical and from everyday development of language at home to the workplace. Featured here are papers which interpret literacy demands on students across the secondary curriculum, by authors who are working in and around Martin's 'genre-based' movement, as well as those which present alternative perspectives. Contributors include Geoff Williams, Ruqaiya Hasan, Theo van Leeuwen, Sally Humphrey, Clare Painter, Joan Rothery, J.R. Martin, Anne Cranny-Francis, Robert Veel, Caroline Coffin, Mary Rose Macken, Allan Luke and M.A.K. Halliday. The unifying theme throughout this volume is placed on the relevance of language in understanding literacy education as a significant social practice.
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On learning to look through a geographers eyes
The development of language as a resource
developing an educational linguistics
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action literacy activity ageism analysis Australian Bourdieu capital Chicken Little classroom clause constructed construed context critical literacy cultural curriculum Deakin University deconstruct Disadvantaged Schools Program discipline discourse documents domain educational linguist Erskineville evaluation everyday example experience field focus functional Geelong genre genre-based Golden Girls grammar grammatical metaphor guage Halliday Hasan institutional interpersonal junior secondary kind knowledge about language learners learning lexical lexicogrammar LINC literacy development M.A.K. Halliday Macquarie University Martin meaning metalanguage Metropolitan East Michael Halliday mode narrative Niemand participants pedagogy perspective Plain English position potential practices pupils reader realised recognition literacy relation relationship role Rothery Science semiosis semiotic sequence sit coms social social semiotic society South Wales specific spoken stage story structure Sydney talk teachers teaching textual theory tion understanding University of Sydney visual semiotic weapon words written language written texts