Stirring Up Justice: Writing And Reading To Change The World by Jessica SingerStirring Up Justice: Writing And Reading To Change The World by Jessica Singer

Stirring Up Justice: Writing And Reading To Change The World

byJessica Singer

Paperback | January 15, 2006

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Stirring Up Justice takes you through her language arts workshops to reveal the many possibilities for improving critical awareness and to prove what a potent and lasting effect social activism can have on students. Beginning with teaching adolescents specific tools and strategies for understanding their world, Singer shows you how to combine critical skills with content-area knowledge in project-based invitations that encourage educated, engaged citizenship. With a teacher's touch and an activist's imagination, Singer shares how she transformed her classroom into a force for positive social change by focusing her curriculum and her teaching on the core theme of social activism. You'll discover how she created a reading and writing community that used creativity, rigor, and a shared sense of purpose to create meaningful and relevant outcomes.

 

Full of practical, ready-to-use handouts as well as useful lists of suggested resources, examples of student writing, reflections, and final projects, Stirring Up Justice gives you the best way to make change in your classroom–a social-justice-centered curriculum.

Title:Stirring Up Justice: Writing And Reading To Change The WorldFormat:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 9.1 × 6.1 × 0.5 inPublished:January 15, 2006Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0325007470

ISBN - 13:9780325007472

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Table of Contents

    1. Stories of Justice: Collaborative Writing
    2. Book Choice
    3. Writing into Activism
    4. Songs of Activists
    5. Culminating Project: Choosing Issues of Activism
    6. Discoveries, Lingering Questions, and Conclusions