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The Resource Literacy & justice through photography : a classroom guide, Wendy Ewald, Katherine Hyde, Lisa Lord

Literacy & justice through photography : a classroom guide, Wendy Ewald, Katherine Hyde, Lisa Lord

Label
Literacy & justice through photography : a classroom guide
Title
Literacy & justice through photography
Title remainder
a classroom guide
Statement of responsibility
Wendy Ewald, Katherine Hyde, Lisa Lord
Title variation
Literacy and justice through photography
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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Ewald, Wendy
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
TR816
LC item number
.E93 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1951-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Hyde, Katherine
  • Lord, Lisa
Series statement
Language and literacy series
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  • Literacy through Photography (Program)
  • Photography in education
  • Documentary photography
  • Literacy
  • Photographie
  • Alphabétisation
Label
Literacy & justice through photography : a classroom guide, Wendy Ewald, Katherine Hyde, Lisa Lord
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • An artist's frame / Wendy Ewald ; A teacher's reflection / Lisa Lord ; Through a sociologist's lens / Katie Hyde -- [pt.] 1. The best part of me: questioning appearances, exploring identity. Creating a safe classroom environment ; Brainstorming, mapping the body and discovering uniqueness ; Talking about the body ; Reading photographs ; Reading family photographs ; About readers' and writers' workshops ; Planning and making photographs and writing about them ; Making photographs ; Choosing and picturing one part of the body ; Reading and writing about bodies ; Creating work for an audience ; Presenting a collective vision ; Making an installation ; Making a book ; Lesson plans: the best part of me --
  • [pt]. 2. Black self/white self: playing with the ideas and imagery of race. Reading and understanding photographic portraits ; Planning self-portraits ; Making portraits together ; Delving deeper, reading and writing about portraits ; Portraying imagined selves and understanding others ; Imagining another self ; Planning other-self portraits ; Talking about and making other-self portraits ; Talking about race ; Reconsidering other-self portraits, altering, writing, and reflecting ; Project variation, a middle school approach to self ; Black self/white self ; Girl self/boy self ; Lesson plans: black self/white self --
  • [pt.] 3. American alphabets: picturing words from the language of home. Word lists for three different alphabets ; Exploring one alphabet: writing about home ; Talking about language and home ; Creating a community language: home alphabet books ; Photographing home alphabets ; Making home alphabet books ; Reading alphabet books and writing reflections on an alphabet word ; Creating public portraits of home ; Selecting words and shooting photographs for a collaborative home alphabet ; Curating and designing posters for a classroom exhibition ; Installing and sharing the collaborative exhibtion ; Lesson plans: American alphabets --
  • [pt.] 4. Memories from past centuries: performing history, thinking about everyday choices. Exploring preconceptions, what (we think) we know about Jews ; A famous diary and a modern genre ; Studying documents and getting to know children's survival stories ; Photographs of rescued children ; Case histories of rescued children ; Reading aloud children's literature on the Holocaust ; Talking about the Holocaust ; Writing historical fiction ; A child's story ; A friend's story ; A Nazi's story ; Creating multimedia art with a message ; Trying out a part, performing and recording stories about rescued children ; Collaborating to make a larger story with a lasting message ; Making movies and going public ; Project variation: American Indian boarding schools ; Lesson plans: memories from past centuries
Control code
752909843
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
viii, 199 p.
Isbn
9780807752821
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2011034952
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)752909843
Label
Literacy & justice through photography : a classroom guide, Wendy Ewald, Katherine Hyde, Lisa Lord
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • An artist's frame / Wendy Ewald ; A teacher's reflection / Lisa Lord ; Through a sociologist's lens / Katie Hyde -- [pt.] 1. The best part of me: questioning appearances, exploring identity. Creating a safe classroom environment ; Brainstorming, mapping the body and discovering uniqueness ; Talking about the body ; Reading photographs ; Reading family photographs ; About readers' and writers' workshops ; Planning and making photographs and writing about them ; Making photographs ; Choosing and picturing one part of the body ; Reading and writing about bodies ; Creating work for an audience ; Presenting a collective vision ; Making an installation ; Making a book ; Lesson plans: the best part of me --
  • [pt]. 2. Black self/white self: playing with the ideas and imagery of race. Reading and understanding photographic portraits ; Planning self-portraits ; Making portraits together ; Delving deeper, reading and writing about portraits ; Portraying imagined selves and understanding others ; Imagining another self ; Planning other-self portraits ; Talking about and making other-self portraits ; Talking about race ; Reconsidering other-self portraits, altering, writing, and reflecting ; Project variation, a middle school approach to self ; Black self/white self ; Girl self/boy self ; Lesson plans: black self/white self --
  • [pt.] 3. American alphabets: picturing words from the language of home. Word lists for three different alphabets ; Exploring one alphabet: writing about home ; Talking about language and home ; Creating a community language: home alphabet books ; Photographing home alphabets ; Making home alphabet books ; Reading alphabet books and writing reflections on an alphabet word ; Creating public portraits of home ; Selecting words and shooting photographs for a collaborative home alphabet ; Curating and designing posters for a classroom exhibition ; Installing and sharing the collaborative exhibtion ; Lesson plans: American alphabets --
  • [pt.] 4. Memories from past centuries: performing history, thinking about everyday choices. Exploring preconceptions, what (we think) we know about Jews ; A famous diary and a modern genre ; Studying documents and getting to know children's survival stories ; Photographs of rescued children ; Case histories of rescued children ; Reading aloud children's literature on the Holocaust ; Talking about the Holocaust ; Writing historical fiction ; A child's story ; A friend's story ; A Nazi's story ; Creating multimedia art with a message ; Trying out a part, performing and recording stories about rescued children ; Collaborating to make a larger story with a lasting message ; Making movies and going public ; Project variation: American Indian boarding schools ; Lesson plans: memories from past centuries
Control code
752909843
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
viii, 199 p.
Isbn
9780807752821
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2011034952
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)752909843

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