Inside Out Back Again

Inside Out   Back Again
Author : Thanhha Lai
Publisher : Univ. of Queensland Press
Total Pages : 276
Release : 2013-03
ISBN 10 : 9780702251177
ISBN 13 : 0702251178
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Inside Out Back Again Book Description:

Through a series of poems, a young girl chronicles the life-changing year of 1975, when she, her mother, and her brothers leave Vietnam and resettle in Alabama.

Reclaiming Migrant Motherhood

Reclaiming Migrant Motherhood
Author : Maria D. Lombard
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
Total Pages : 202
Release : 2022
ISBN 10 : 9781666902068
ISBN 13 : 1666902063
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Reclaiming Migrant Motherhood Book Description:

Reclaiming Migrant Motherhood takes a critical look at the representations and lived experiences of migrant, refugee, and otherwise displaced mothers. This volume explores literature, film, and original ethnographic research about migrant motherhood through theoretical lenses including postcolonial theory, feminism, and critical refugee studies.

Young Adult Nonfiction

Young Adult Nonfiction
Author : Judith A. Hayn
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
Total Pages : 155
Release : 2015-11-19
ISBN 10 : 9781475812985
ISBN 13 : 1475812981
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Young Adult Nonfiction Book Description:

No matter the location, schools are guided by standards, including Common Core State Standards. This collection of contributions by some of the country’s leading literacy experts offers practical suggestions for implementing young adult literature to meet the demand that standards mandate for focusing on nonfiction in teaching literacy.

Growing Up Asian American in Young Adult Fiction

Growing Up Asian American in Young Adult Fiction
Author : Ymitri Mathison
Publisher : Univ. Press of Mississippi
Total Pages : 252
Release : 2017-11-20
ISBN 10 : 9781496815095
ISBN 13 : 1496815092
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Growing Up Asian American in Young Adult Fiction Book Description:

Contributions by Hena Ahmad, Linda Pierce Allen, Mary J. Henderson Couzelis, Sarah Park Dahlen, Lan Dong, Tomo Hattori, Jennifer Ho, Ymitri Mathison, Leah Milne, Joy Takako Taylor, and Traise Yamamoto Often referred to as the model minority, Asian American children and adolescents feel pressured to perform academically and be disinterested in sports, with the exception of martial arts. Boys are often stereotyped as physically unattractive nerds and girls as petite and beautiful. Many Americans remain unaware of the diversity of ethnicities and races the term Asian American comprises, with Asian American adolescents proving to be more invisible than adults. As a result, Asian American adolescents are continually searching for their identity and own place in American society. For these kids, being or considered to be American becomes a challenge in itself as they assert their Asian and American identities; claim their own ethnic identity, be they immigrant or American-born; and negotiate their ethnic communities. The contributors to Growing Up Asian American in Young Adult Fiction focus on moving beyond stereotypes to examine how Asian American children and adolescents define their unique identities. Chapters focus on primary texts from many ethnicities, such as Chinese, Korean, Filipino, Japanese, Vietnamese, South Asian, and Hawaiian. Individual chapters, crossing cultural, linguistic, and racial boundaries, negotiate the complex terrain of Asian American children's and teenagers" identities. Chapters cover such topics as internalized racism and self-loathing; hyper-sexualization of Asian American females in graphic novels; interracial friendships; transnational adoptions and birth searches; food as a means of assimilation and resistance; commodity racism and the tourist gaze; the hostile and alienating environment generated by the War on Terror; and many other topics.

Translanguaging with Multilingual Students

Translanguaging with Multilingual Students
Author : Ofelia García
Publisher : Routledge
Total Pages : 236
Release : 2016-06-10
ISBN 10 : 9781317442363
ISBN 13 : 1317442369
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Translanguaging with Multilingual Students Book Description:

Looking closely at what happens when translanguaging is actively taken up to teach emergent bilingual students across different contexts, this book focuses on how it is already happening in classrooms as well as how it can be implemented as a pedagogical orientation. It extends theoretical understandings of the concept and highlights its promises and challenges. Using a Transformative Action Research design, six empirically grounded ethnographic case studies describe how translanguaging is used in lesson designs and in the spontaneous moves made by teachers and students during specific teaching moments. The cases shed light on two questions: How, when, and why is translanguaging taken up or resisted by students and teachers? What does its use mean for them? Although grounded in a U.S. context, and specifically in classrooms in New York State, Translanguaging with Multilingual Students links findings and theories to different global contexts to offer important lessons for educators worldwide.

Inside Out

Inside Out
Author : Michael Davis
Publisher : Dorrance Publishing
Total Pages : 90
Release : 2011-12
ISBN 10 : 9781434910561
ISBN 13 : 1434910563
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Inside Out Book Description:

Novels in Verse for Teens A Guidebook with Activities for Teachers and Librarians

Novels in Verse for Teens  A Guidebook with Activities for Teachers and Librarians
Author : Lisa Krok
Publisher : ABC-CLIO
Total Pages : 128
Release : 2020-02-24
ISBN 10 : 9781440874949
ISBN 13 : 1440874948
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Novels in Verse for Teens A Guidebook with Activities for Teachers and Librarians Book Description:

This valuable guide advises teachers and librarians how to use novels in verse in functional, hands-on ways with teens, including reluctant readers. Novels in verse are popular and have recently won some important awards. They are of great value to teachers and librarians as a way of reaching all teens, including marginalized teens and those who may be struggling or reluctant readers. This guide shows readers how to pair books with teens based on their needs, interests, and specific situations. After teens are paired with books, this guide suggests activities to further engage them with the poetry. Activities are tied to Common Core and AASL standards for ease of lesson planning for teachers. Verse novels address a widely diverse demographic and a variety of topics, including various cultures, religions, racism, LGBTQ+ themes, mental illness, poverty, homelessness, sexual assault, self-harm/suicide, domestic violence, family dynamics, disabilities, refugees, English language learners, and more. Novels in verse provide a more modern, practical alternative to some older classics that may not appeal to many teens or that may intimidate them by their sheer number of words per page. This book provides a one-stop resource for choosing and using novels in verse with teen readers. Helps librarians reach struggling and/or reluctant readers across a broad demographic Provides a way for librarian to engage and empower teens with literature Offers an alternative to using traditional classics that may not hold appeal for many teens Connects to Common Core and AASL standards for ease of lesson planning

Table Lands

Table Lands
Author : Kara K. Keeling
Publisher : Univ. Press of Mississippi
Total Pages : 230
Release : 2020-06-15
ISBN 10 : 9781496828361
ISBN 13 : 1496828364
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Table Lands Book Description:

Food is a signifier of power for both adults and children, a sign of both inclusion and exclusion and of conformity and resistance. Many academic disciplines—from sociology to literary studies—have studied food and its function as a complex social discourse, and the wide variety of approaches to the topic provides multidisciplinary frames for understanding the construction and uses of food in all types of media, including children’s literature. Table Lands: Food in Children’s Literature is a survey of food’s function in children’s texts, showing how the sociocultural contexts of food reveal children’s agency. Authors Kara K. Keeling and Scott T. Pollard examine texts that vary from historical to contemporary, noncanonical to classics, and Anglo-American to multicultural traditions, including a variety of genres, formats, and audiences: realism, fantasy, cookbooks, picture books, chapter books, YA novels, and film. Table Lands offers a unified approach to studying food in a wide variety of texts for children. Spanning nearly 150 years of children’s literature, Keeling and Pollard’s analysis covers a selection of texts that show the omnipresence of food in children’s literature and culture and how they vary in representations of race, region, and class, due to the impact of these issues on food. Furthermore, they include not only classic children’s books, such as Winnie-the-Pooh, but recent award-winning multicultural novels as well as cookbooks and even one film, Pixar’s Ratatouille.

Administrative Law from the Inside Out

Administrative Law from the Inside Out
Author : Nicholas R. Parrillo
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Total Pages :
Release : 2017-03-23
ISBN 10 : 9781316982785
ISBN 13 : 1316982785
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Administrative Law from the Inside Out Book Description:

For a generation, Jerry L. Mashaw, the most boundary-pushing scholar in the field of administrative law, has argued that bureaucrats can and should self-generate the norms that give us a government of laws. Administrative Law from the Inside Out brings together a collection of twenty-one essays from leading scholars that interrogate, debate, and expand on themes in Mashaw's work as well as on the fundamental premises of their field. Mashaw has illuminated new ways of seeing administrative law, composed sweeping indictments of its basic principles, and built bridges to other disciplines. The contributors to this volume provide a collective account of administrative law's commitments, possibilities, limitations, and strains as an approach to governance and as an intellectual enterprise.

Lives beyond Borders

Lives beyond Borders
Author : Ina C. Seethaler
Publisher : SUNY Press
Total Pages : 224
Release : 2021-11-01
ISBN 10 : 9781438486215
ISBN 13 : 1438486219
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Lives beyond Borders Book Description:

Examines how contemporary US migrant women's life writing adapts autobiographical genres to call for social change benefiting minoritized communities.