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Multimodal Literacies in Young Emergent Bilinguals : Beyond Print-Centric Practices, Paperback / softback Book

Multimodal Literacies in Young Emergent Bilinguals : Beyond Print-Centric Practices Paperback / softback

Edited by Sally Brown, Ling Hao

Part of the New Perspectives on Language and Education series

Paperback / softback

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This book presents research focused on young emergent bilingual children's multimodal meaning-making processes in diverse cultural and linguistic settings.

Chapters draw on a range of theoretical frameworks and expand on traditional notions of literacy, especially for students who are working to learn English as a new language.

The insights into original research studies will help readers understand the many avenues that one can take as a practitioner in order to ensure that student assets are built upon to promote positive literate identities and learning experiences and, ultimately, to promote literacy success for diverse learners.

Each chapter includes practical pedagogical recommendations and implications for teachers that can immediately be applied to classrooms, making the book an essential resource for using multiple modes to teach literacy with diverse student populations.

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