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Uses of Intertextuality in Classroom and Educational Research - Nora Shuart-Faris

Uses of Intertextuality in Classroom and Educational Research

By: Nora Shuart-Faris (Editor), David Bloome (Editor)

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Most of the 12 articles are from a 1992 double issue of Linguistics and Education devoted to intertextuality--the notion that texts influence each other. Two are from other sources, and five are new. Together they look at classroom, community practices, and meaning construction; the construction of voice in textual practices; and cognitive and soci

Acknowledgmentsp. vii
Introductionp. ix
Intertextuality, Classroom, and Community Practices, and Meaning Construction
Intertextuality and Educational Researchp. 3
The Social Construction of Intertextuality in Classroom Reading and Writing Lessonsp. 17
Problematizing and Textualizing Language and Race in the Social Construction of Intertextuality in a Seventh Grade Language Arts Classp. 65
Dialogic Inquiry around Information Texts: The Role of Intertextuality in Constructing Scientific Understandings in Urban Primary Classroomsp. 93
Reported Speech and Intertextual Referencing in 10- to 12-Year-Old Students' Informal Talkp. 147
Intertextuality and the Construction of Voice in Textual Practices
Voice, Appropriation and Discourse Representation in a Student Writing Taskp. 173
Other People's Voices: The Coarticulation of Texts and Subjectivitiesp. 201
Stance and Intertextuality in Written Discoursep. 251
Intertextual Practices in the Construction of Multimodal Texts in Inquiry-based Learningp. 279
Cognitive and Socio-psycholinguistic Constructions of Intertextuality
Cognitive Aspects of Constructing Meaning Through and Across Multiple Textsp. 317
Deconstructing the Reader, the Text, the Author, and the Context: Intertextuality and Reading From a "Cognitive" Perspectivep. 353
Researching Intertextuality Within Collaborative Classroom Learning Environmentsp. 373
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ISBN: 9781593111496
ISBN-10: 1593111495
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 416
Published: 1st October 2004
Publisher: Information Age Publishing
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.58