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Author Kinloch, Valerie
Title ServiceLearning in Literacy Education : Possibilities for Teaching and Learning
Imprint Charlotte, NC : Information Age Publishing, Incorporated, 2014
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Note Front Cover -- Service-Learning in Literacy Education -- CONTENTS -- Introduction -- Service-Learning: What It Is -- Introduction to the Chapters -- Service-Learning in Schools and Communities -- Service-Learning in Teaching and Teacher Education -- Service-Learning in the Humanities -- Conclusion and Transition to the Chapters -- References -- PART I SERVICE-LEARNING IN SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES -- Transformative Service-Learning Initiatives in Urban Schools and Local Communities -- Learning From Challenges -- Introduction -- Questioning a Traditional Service-Learning Model: A Brief Literature Review -- Framing Service-Learning as Social Justice Education -- A Brief Methodological Nod -- Illustrating Principles With Projects -- Considering the "We" and not the "I:" Tori Washington and Service-Learning Initiatives -- Service-Learning and Teaching for Openings: The Case of Pam Reed -- Looking Ahead, Moving Forward -- APPENDIX: SAMPLE SERVICE-LEARNING PROJECTS -- Elementary School Projects -- Middle School Projects -- High School Projects: -- References -- Garden in a Vacant Lot -- Growing Thinkers at Tree House Books -- Not Outreach but Partnership -- Darcy's Introduction -- The Interview -- Lauren's Reflections on Being a Neighbor in North Philadelphia -- Eli's Thoughts on Building Relationships at Tree House -- From San Francisco to Senegal -- A Case Study of International Service-Learning Partnership Development -- Dialogue and Democracy -- Global Service Education Projects -- Should Projects be in Africa? -- Returning to Senegal -- School-to-School Partnerships -- Elements for Consideration -- The Meeting in Santhiou Mame Gor -- Elements of Approach -- Discussion -- Village Unity and Faculty Unity -- Respect for Democratic Process at our School and Among the Villagers -- Commitment of Village and Partner Schools -- NOTE -- References
An Authentic, Curriculum-Based Approach to Service-Learning -- An Opportunity for Service-Learning -- WHAT DOES CURRICULUM-BASED SERVICE-LEARNING LOOK LIKE? -- Curriculum-Based Service-Learning: Both Collaborative and Multimodal -- Collaborative -- Multimodal -- Is Reflection Really Necessary? -- Conclusions -- References -- PART II SERVICE-LEARNING IN TEACHING AND TEACHER EDUCATION -- CHAPTER 5 Service-Learning in an Alternative School as Mediated Through Book Club Discussions -- Initial Efforts in Addressing the Problem -- Office of Service-Learning Grant -- The Service-Learning Class -- Course Project -- Book Clubs -- Research Dimension -- Course Outcomes -- Conclusion -- APPENDIX: SERVICE-LEARNING GRANT PROPOSAL -- TAPPP Into the Community: A Partnership Between the Program in English Education at UGA and the Pinewood Estates Community in North Athens -- References -- CHAPTER 6 Service-Learning and the Field-Based Literacy Methods Course -- MIXED MESSAGES FROM SERVICE-LEARNING -- IMPLICATIONS FOR ME -- References -- CHAPTER 7 Service-Learning and the Role of "Teacher" -- The Context: Family Partnership program for homeless families -- The Case: Henry's Search for the Role of "Teacher" -- Conclusions -- NOTE -- References -- CHAPTER 8 From Service-learning to Learning to Serve -- SERVICE-LEARNING AND A BROADER, BOLDER APPROACH TO ENGLISH TEACHER EDUCATION -- Framing Service-learning within a Broader Bolder Approach to English Teacher Preparation -- Teaching in the City: A Service-Learning Course at NYU -- What They Learn From Service-Learning: An Analysis of Two Metaphors -- Service-Learning as Learning to "Save": A Metaphor for Salvation -- Service-learning as Learning to Serve: A Metaphor for Rootedness and Humility -- Beyond Service-Learning: A More Broad and a More Bold Approach to English Teacher Preparation -- Appendix -- Course Overview
Course Objectives -- Course Texts -- Course Requirements -- 1. Weekly Reading Summaries and Annotated Bibliography -- Weekly Reading Summaries (responses) (20 pts.) -- 2. Service Project I: "Public Service" Assignment -- 3. Field Experiences and Reports -- Field Report Options -- 4. Service Project II: Exhibitions -- Grading -- Attendance -- Blackboard -- Course Organization -- References -- PART III SERVICE-LEARNING IN THE HUMANITIES -- CHAPTER 9 Supporting Service-Learning Tutoring Partnerships for English Learners in School, Community, and Course Settings -- Creating a Service-Learning Course to Support Tutoring -- Venues -- Community-Based Programs -- School-Based Programs -- Outcomes, Impacts, and Some Challenges -- Considering the Community and School Tutoring Venues -- Conclusion -- What Kind of Venue? -- Course Support -- References -- CHAPTER 10 Service-Learning and Distance -- Ecologies of Writing: A Service-Learning Infrastructure -- Structure -- Authority -- Allegiance -- A Traditional Model of Writing at a Distance: Writing in the Public Interest -- An Organic Model of Writing at a Distance: Managing Publication Projects -- Conclusion -- NOTES -- References -- CHAPTER 11 Partnership Service-Learning Between Maya Immigrants and the University -- The Maya in Guatemala and Georgia -- The Maya Project and Pastoral Maya -- The Problems Described by the Leaders -- The Situation for the Maya -- Partnership Service-Learning -- The Family Focus Groups 2007 -- The Education Grant for Maya Families -- Discoveries and Conclusions -- Program Assessment -- NOTES -- References -- CHAPTER 12 Service-Learning in English Comp -- Freshmen Composition and Service-Learning -- Honors Gender Focus Literature Course: Integration of Service-Learning -- Advanced Composition Course and Service-Learning -- Conclusion -- References -- CHAPTER 13 ENLACE
The Latina/o Student and Service-learning -- Engaging Latina/o Communities for Education -- A.C.E. -- Critical Service-Learning Opportunities -- Service-Learning Action Research -- Service-Learning Leadership -- Exito! -- Ropes Activity -- College as a Service-Learning Community -- Service-Learning and Leadership -- Latina/os for Exito! -- Critical Service-Learning Benefits for ENLACE Students -- Institutional Commitment -- Conclusion -- References -- About the Authors -- Back Cover
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