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by Rachel Martin

Download Listening Up: Reinventing Ourselves as Teachers and Students ePub
  • ISBN 0867093870
  • ISBN13 978-0867093872
  • Language English
  • Author Rachel Martin
  • Publisher Heinemann (February 7, 2001)
  • Pages 224
  • Formats doc azw mobi lit
  • Category Educ
  • Subcategory Schools and Teaching
  • Size ePub 1864 kb
  • Size Fb2 1302 kb
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Listening Up will change the way you view radical literacy education, offering a personal look at the Freirean ideas that guided Rachel Martin's early years of teaching, and the theories and classroom experiences that urged her to take a second look. Through her own compelling example, Martin demonstrates the power of a sustained dialogue between critical theory and classroom and community practice.

The ideas Martin draws on help us think in new ways about how power works. They provide the possibility of seeing how teachers' own needs, fears, and desires might find a place in classroom inquiry as we come to see how our relationship to domination is a matter neither of complete acquiescence nor absolute resistance. While the goals of "meaning-making" and becoming "colearners" have become guideposts in radical teaching, Martin aims in a different direction. She advocates for a pedagogy that places teachers in a more genuine position of colearner as together with students, they question the meanings they make.

Later chapters highlight the practical implications that notions of multiple voices and identities have for the teaching of writing and the questions they raise about the teaching of reading. Martin also describes community publishing projects. Poor and working-class people are too seldom able to have their written visions and strategies distributed, to become part of the way the world is described and possibilities for change are widely considered. Martin argues that community publishing does that, as it also links self-definition to self-determination.


Listening Up will change the way you view radical literacy education . She advocates for a pedagogy that places teachers in a more genuine position of colearner as together with students, they question the meanings they make.

Listening Up will change the way you view radical literacy education, offering a personal look at the Freirean ideas that guided Rachel Martin's early years of teaching, and the theories and classroom experiences that urged her to take a second look. Through her own compelling example, Martin demonstrates the power of a sustained dialogue between critical theory and classroom and community practice. The ideas Martin draws on help us think in new ways about how power works.

Listening Up: Reinventing Ourselves as Teachers and Students. Listening Up" will change the way you view radical literacy education, offering a personal look at the Freirean ideas that guided Rachel Martin's early years of teaching, and the theories an. More).

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Pincushion Appeal: Patterns for Pincushions to Make You Smile. by Cecile McPeak, Rachel Martin. ISBN 9781604683615 (978-1-60468-361-5) Softcover, That Patchwork Place, 2013. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Rachel Martin at LibraryThing.

Listening Up. Reinventing Ourselves as Teachers and Students. Published February 7, 2001 by Boynton/Cook. There's no description for this book yet.

Listening Up will change the way you view radical literacy education, offering a personal look at the Freirean ideas that guided Rachel Martin's early years of teaching, and the theories and classroom experiences that urged her to take a second look

Listening Up will change the way you view radical literacy education, offering a personal look at the Freirean ideas that guided Rachel Martin's early years of teaching, and the theories and classroom experiences that urged her to take a second look.

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Practise and improve your listening skills for your school studies and your English exams. There are activities for different levels, so find your level and make a start. Beginner A1 listening. Are you a beginner (CEFR level A1) learner of English? Practise and improve your listening skills with these listenings and exercises. Elementary A2 listening. Are you an elementary (CEFR level A2) learner of English? Practise and improve your listening skills with these listenings and exercises.

In classrooms, students always do more listening than speaking. It is therefore important for teachers to design techniques in such a way that students' responses indicate whether or not their comprehension has been correct. Listening competence is universally "larger" than speaking competence.