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Designing Critical Literacy Education through Critical Discourse Analysis by Melissa Mosley Wetzel, Rebecca Rogers

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NARRATING LITERACY, IDENTITY, AND CULTURE

Narrative analysis

 

 

 

In this chapter we take you into our teacher education classroom to experience some of the narratives students told about their early literacy experiences. Sharing literacy narratives has become a fairly routine practice in teacher education classrooms, a practice that provides opportunities for developing critical literacies (Florio-Ruane, 2001; Johnson, 2006; McKinney & Giorgis, 2009; Parker, 2010; Rodriguez & Cho, 2011). We show how we used narrative analysis to understand their experiences, which, in turn, helped us to support them to go more deeply in their own analysis and reflections. Throughout the chapter we guide you through the steps of conducting narrative analysis. ...

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