PART 1: ENGAGING STUDENTS THROUGH PEDAGOGIES1. Teaching Literacies: Principles and Practices2. Thinking about Planning for Literacies Learning3. Planning for Literacies Learning: Using Backward Design for an Inquiry Project4. Literacies Assessment: Theory and Practice5. The New Grammar for Reading and Writing: Literature in the 'Brave New World'6. Planning for Literacies Learning in the Arts: A Dual View7. Planning for the Learning of Literacies Across the Curriculum: Using Authentic Assessment to Engage Students8. Using Digital Texts to Engage Students9. Popular Culture in the Classroom: A Plethora of PossibilitiesPART 2: ENSURING LITERACIES LEARNING FOR ALL STUDENTS10. Socially Just Literacy Education: What Could Reform Look Like in Schools?11. (Re)Focusing the Lens Beyond Deficit: Making Diversity and Difference in Schools Visible12. Valuing Students' Diverse Language and Cultural Backgrounds: A Multiliteracies Project in a Remote Indigenous Community13. An Holistic Approach for Supporting Written Literacy Skills for EAL/D Learners14. Critical Literacy with EAL Learners: Making the Most of Learners' Diverse Languages15. Literacy Learning for Students in Rural Communities16. Activating Multimodal Approaches to Literacy Learning in the Diverse Suburban Classroom17. Teaching Literacies: Pedagogical Possibilities Additional support and suggestions for Tutorial Exercises 4 - 6 in Chapter 13
Robyn Henderson is an Associate Professor in the School of Teacher Education and Early Childhood at the University of Southern Queensland.