Critical Media Pedagogy Teaching for Achievement in City Schools

ISBN-10: 0807754382

ISBN-13: 9780807754382

Edition: 2013

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List price: $30.95
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University
Publication date: 4/19/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.572
Language: English

City Youth and the New Media Age
Media Cultural Studies, Critical Pedagogy, and Urban Education
Theories of Literacy and Civic Engagement
Critical Media Pedagogy as a Response to Youth in Crisis
Essential Questions
Outline of Book Chapters
Youth and Critical Media Production in the 21st Century
Framing the Issue: Critical Media Pedagogy in Theory and Practice
Cultural Studies and Youth Media Participation in the Era of Web 2.0
The Neighborhoods, the Schools, the Projects, and the Study
Boyle Heights
El Sereno
The Council of Youth Research (1999-2011)
Studying Youth Media Production in Classrooms and Communities
Critical Ethnography
Participatory Action Research
Literacy, Conscientization, and Media Production
Critical Media Pedagogy in Ms. Garcia's Class
Becoming Critical
Unit: A Day in My Life and Critical Literacy Narrative
Unit: Oral History and Literary Response
Unit: Critical Poetry
Unit: Persuasion and Critical Media
Critical Media Pedagogy in Mr. L�pez's Classes
Hip Hop and Violence: Lyrics, Theory, and Reflection as Therapy Unit
Critical Media Literacy in Popular Culture Unit
Participation is Power: Critical Media Production in the Eastside Unit
Critical Media Pedagogy in Social Studies Core Courses
Voices of Change in a World History Course
Globalization and Death: A World History Unit
Critical Media Pedagogy in Mr. Due�as's Class
Establishing Mexican American Studies at Wilson High
The Identity Unit
Indigenous Cultures of Latin America
From Conquest to Colonization
Final Project: Students Creating Media in Latin American Studies
Critical Media Pedagogy in the Third Space
Critical Drama and Community Action at Wilson
Art and Social Change at Roosevelt
Powerful Literacy Through Youth Documentary Filmmaking
Critical Media Pedagogy in the Council of Youth Research
Documentary Video Analysis
Digital Video Production and Critical Literacy in the Youth Council
A Final Word on Critical Teaching
Rethinking English Instruction
Rethinking Social Studies
Youth Media Production in Third Spaces
Media Production, Standards, and Policy in Humanities Education
Equipping Schools and Classrooms for Media Production
Teachers as Media Producers
Media Literacy Across Content Areas
The Importance of Human (and Humane) Relationships
The Need for Advocacy (and Advocates)
Media Literacy as Civic Engagement
About the Authors
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