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Connecting home and school discourse
Children’s first literacy experiences take place in homes embedded in families’ social practices and language interactions representing the primary Discourse system. Children’s home or primary Discourse significantly impacts ...
Listening closely: Examining students’ language and values related to academic writing
Secondary students’ argumentative academic writing abilities have been meeting the standards set for them by the educational system (R. P. Ferretti & Graham, 2019; Preiss et al., 2013). To ensure the success of students ...
Adolescent newcomers’ literacy development through critical semiotic mediation: An interactive symbiotic model of agency and space
The influx of immigrants has contributed significantly to the exponential diversification of culture and language represented in classrooms from preschool to high school (Ataiants et al., 2018). To ensure the academic ...
The rich languaging practices of simultanous bilingual children: Linguistic ability, agency, and flexibility
There is a lack of research on bilingualism and biliteracy, specifically on simultaneous bilingual children. The present study seeks to provide research on the literacy practices of simultaneous bilingual prekindergarten ...