Writing Realities

Ross Young, Felicity Ferguson, Douglas Kaufman, Navan Govender

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Abstract

Writing Realities is a framework which we hope teachers and schools will use to help their pupils feel they can present themselves and others in the writing classroom successfully and meaningfully. After a brief explanation as to why we believe a Writing Realities framework is necessary, we explain how it is currently split into six key principles. These principles include: writer-identity, critical literacies, culturally sustaining pedagogy, multiliteracies, translanguaging and intertextuality. We then provide a whole variety of examples of how principles of Writing Realities have been used and applied in classrooms around the world. Finally, we share the framework in the hope that it will help you or your school develop your own ways of Writing Realities.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBrighton
Number of pages73
Publication statusPublished - 28 Feb 2022

Keywords

  • writing
  • writing pedagogies
  • critical literacy
  • writing for pleasure

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