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What is Dialogic Classroom

Affordances of Film for Literacy Instruction
A classroom that is characterized by frequent conversations between and among teachers and students as a method for analysis, evaluation, and further inquiry.
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Implications for Choosing Film
Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 29
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-9136-9.ch002
This chapter explores the implications of choosing film as a site for literature/literacy instruction, drawing on portraits of the teachers who participated in the network of studies as well as research literature on the topic. The general applications of film will be explored in the background section before turning attention to specific pedagogical examples, including the use of dialogue in filmic instruction as well as analysis and evaluative activities, among others. This chapter moves from general information to more specifics as particular teacher voices come into closer focus for analysis.
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The Evolution of Online Composition Pedagogy
Intertextuality of language and technology, constructionist, interactive classroom, critical reflection.
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