A Multiliteracies Framework For Collegiate Foreign Language Teaching by Kate W PaesaniA Multiliteracies Framework For Collegiate Foreign Language Teaching by Kate W Paesani

A Multiliteracies Framework For Collegiate Foreign Language Teaching

byKate W Paesani, Heather Willis Allen, Beatrice Dupuy

Paperback | January 12, 2015

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At a time when collegiate foreign language education is changing dramatically, A Multiliteracies Framework for Collegiate Foreign Language Teaching helps educators transform both the material taught in their courses and how it is taught.   In response to this shifting institution, this text develops broader and more comprehensivecurricula, evaluates objectives and assessments, and presents the material in a coherent manner for educators.

Kate Paesani is Associate Professor of French and Director of Beginning French Courses at Wayne State University.  Her current research interests include literacy-based foreign language curriculum and instruction, literature across the curriculum, and foreign language teacher development.   Heather Willis Allen is Assistant Profess...
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Title:A Multiliteracies Framework For Collegiate Foreign Language TeachingFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 8.9 × 6 × 0.9 inPublished:January 12, 2015Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0205954049

ISBN - 13:9780205954049

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Table of Contents

.  Understanding the Multiliteracies Framework

2.  Reconsidering Goals, Objectives, and Assessment from a Multiliteracies 

3.  Reconceptualizing Grammar and Vocabulary as Meaning-Making Resources

4.  Scaffolding Oral Language Use in the Classroom

5.  Teaching Reading as Constructing Meaning from Texts 

6  Teaching Writing as Designing Meaning through Texts

7  Teaching Video-Mediated Listening as Constructing Meaning from Texts

8.  Teaching New Literacies: Constructing Meaning in Web 2.0 and Beyond