Shared Territory: Understanding Childrens Writing as Works Margaret Himley

ISBN: 9780195061895

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244 pages


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Shared Territory: Understanding Childrens Writing as Works  by  Margaret Himley

Shared Territory: Understanding Childrens Writing as Works by Margaret Himley
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This book brings together Patricia F. Carinis concept of the developing child as a maker of works and M.M. Bakhtins theory of language as hero to re-examine how we have defined and researched early written language development. Through aMoreThis book brings together Patricia F. Carinis concept of the developing child as a maker of works and M.M. Bakhtins theory of language as hero to re-examine how we have defined and researched early written language development.

Through a collection of five essays and a documentary account of one young writer, Himley explores fundamental questions about development, language use and learning, and phenomenological reading or description as a possible interpretive methodology in education and research. She demonstrates how to understand writing as the complex semiotic authoring of self and culture enacted through actual moments of concrete language use.



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