Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Chapters

Albers, P., Vasquez, V., & Harste, J.C. (2011). Section IV: The Many Faces of Text. In Lapp, D. & Fisher, D. (Eds). The Handbook of Research on Teaching the English Language Arts. (pp. 159-160). Mahwah, NJ: Routledge-LAE. 2 pages.

Albers, P., Vasquez, V., & Harste, J.C. (2011). Making Visual Analysis Critical. In Lapp, D. & Fisher, D. (Eds). The Handbook of Research on Teaching the English Language Arts. (pp. 195-201). Mahwah, NJ: Routledge-LA. 7 pages.


Vasquez,V., Harste, Jerome C., and Albers, P. (2010) From the Personal to the Worldwide Web: Moving Teachers into Positions of Critical Interrogation. In Baker, E.A. The New Literacies Multiple Perspectives on Research and Practice. New York, NY: Guilford Press.


Vasquez, V. & VanderZanden, S. (2009). Critical Moves in Literacy Education. In Cooper, K. (Ed). Critical Literacies in Action: Social Perspectives and Teaching Practices. (pp. 117-126). New York, N.Y. : Springer Publishing Company. 9 pages.


Albers, M., and Vasquez, V. (2008) A Classroom with a View: Teachers, Multi-modality and New Literacies. Talking Points. Urbana, IL, National Council Of Teachers Of English.

Vasquez, V. (2007). Doing Critical Literacy with young children: Using the everyday to take up issues of social justice and equity in a pre-kindergarten setting. New England Reading Association Journal.

Vasquez, V. (Contributor) (2005). Critical Literacy. In Larson, J. & Marsh, J. Making Literacy Real. (pp. 40-67). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 38 pages.


Vasquez, V. (2005). Creating Spaces for Critical Literacy with Young Children: Using Everyday Issues and Everyday Text. In Evans, J. (Ed.). Literacy Moves On. (pp. 78-97). David Fulton Publishers (UK) and Heinemann (USA). 19 pages.


Vasquez, V. (2005). Resistance, power-tricky, and colorless energy: What Engagement with Everyday Popular Culture Texts Can Teach Us about Learning and Literacy. In Marsh J. (Ed.). Popular Culture, Media and Digital Literacies in Early Childhood. (pp. 201-219). New York,N.Y.: Falmer Press, UK/ Routledge Press, USA. 19 pages.

Vasquez, V. (2001). Constructing a Critical Curriculum with Young Children. In Comber, B. & Simpson, A. (Eds.). Critical Literacy at Elementary Sites. (pp. 55-66). Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 11 pages.


Vasquez, V. (2001). Classroom Inquiry into the Incidental Unfolding of Social Justice Issues: Seeking Out Possibilities in the Lives of Learners. In Comber, B. & Cakmac, S. (Eds.). Critiquing Whole Language and Classroom Inquiry. (pp.200-215).Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English. 15 pages.


Harste, J., C. Leland, M. Lewison, A, Ociepka & V. Vasquez. (2000). Supporting Critical Conversations in Classrooms. In Mitchell Pierce (Ed.) Adventuring With Books. (pp.507-554). Urbana, IL. National Council of Teachers of English. 47pages.


Harste, J., M. Lewison, C. Leland, A. Ociepka & V. Vasquez (2000). Exploring Critical Literacy: You Can Hear a Pin Drop. In NCTE (Eds.) Trends and Issues in Elementary Language Arts. (pp.203-218). Urbana,IL: National Council of Teachers of English. 15 pages.


Albright, J., Church, S. Settle, S, & Vasquez, V. (1999). A Conversation about Critical Literacy. In Edelsky, C. (Ed.) Making Justice Our Project. (pp. 144-162). Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English. 18 pages.