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Tables of contents

Literacy

Volume 44 Number 3, Spring 2010

Editorial

 

Making connections

Kathy Hall

101–102

Original articles

 

Speaking but not listening? Accountable talk in an unaccountable context

Robin Alexander

103–111

Commercial reading programmes as the solution for children living in poverty

Deborah Duncan Owens

112–121

Reading practice in Irish primary classrooms: too simple a view of reading?

Tara Concannon-Gibney & Brian Murphy

122–130

'It looked like one thing but when we went in more depth, it turned out to be completely different': reflections on the Discourse of Guided Reading and its role in fostering critical response to magazines

Carolyn Swain

131–136

Faith in action: heritage literacy as a synchronisation of belief, word and deed

Suzanne Kesler Rumsey

137–143

Remaking primary education: reading Children, Their World, Their Education: Final Report and Recommendations of the Cambridge Primary Review

Gemma Moss

144–148

Book reviews

 

Talking beyond the Page: Reading and Responding to Picturebooks by Janet Evans (Ed).

Colin Mills

149

Literacy and Power by Hilary Janks

Eve Bearne

150–151

 

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Pedagogy, Culture and Society

Volume 18 Number 3, September 2010

Articles

 

Japanese high school teachers' views on pupil misbehaviour

Chris Kyriacou

245 – 259

Numberjacks are on their way! A cultural historical reflection on contemporary society and the early childhood curriculum

Susan Edwards

261 – 272

Writing a new self in the third place: language students and identity formation

Anne Huhtala & Hanna Lehti-Eklund

273 – 288

Educational drama in education for sustainable development: ecopedagogy in action

Marie Jeanne McNaughton

289 – 308

Appropriating drama pedagogy: learning from the local practices in Hong Kong

Po-chi Tam

309 – 329

Developing a descriptive framework for comprehending the inherent moral significance of teaching

Carlos A. van Kan, Petra Ponte & Nico Verloop

331 – 352

A vocational calling: exploring a caring technology in elderly care

Andreas Fejes & Katherine Nicoll

353 – 370

 

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English in Education

Volume 44 Number 3, Spring 2010

Editorial

 

Editorial

Sue Dymoke

175–177

Leslie Stratta as editor: English in Education 1970–79

John Dixon

177–179

A place for poetry

 

The best of school

Adrian Burke

180

Original articles

 

Rivers of reading: using critical incident collages to learn about adolescent readers and their readership

Gabrielle Cliff Hodges

181–200

Multimodal texts in higher education and the implications for writing pedagogy

Arlene Archer

201–213

Pedagogical stylistics: a text world theory approach to the teaching of poetry

Marcello Giovanelli

214–231

A literature-driven English programme's effectiveness in improving the writing skills of Grade 7 Singaporean students

Mary Delfin Pereira

232–251

'The fun we had and the way we went about it': Is now the time to learn lessons from L.A.T.E.'s past?

Simon Gibbons

252–265

Book review

 

Education in Popular Culture: Telling Tales on Teachers and Learners

John Hodgson

266–268

 

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Educational Studies in Mathematics

Volume 76 Number 1, January 2011

Editorial

 

Norma Presweg

1–2

Articles

 

Can slope be negative in 3-space? Studying concept image of slope through collective definition construction

Deborah Moore-Russo, AnnaMarie Conner & Kristina I. Rugg

3–21

The effect of using a video clip presenting a contextual story on low-achieving students' mathematical discourse

Yifat Ben-David Kolikant & Orit Broza

23–47

Understanding mathematics textbooks through reader-oriented theory

Aaron Weinberg & Emilie Wiesner

49–63

'Variation problems' and their roles in the topic of fraction division in Chinese mathematics textbook examples

Xuhua Sun

65–85

Young workers and their dispositions towards mathematics: tensions of a mathematical habitus in the retail industry

Robyn Jorgensen Zevenbergen

87–100

Book reviews

 

Classroom interaction: Why is it good, really? Baruch Schwarz, Tommy Dreyfus & Rina Hershkowitz (Eds.) (2009) Transformation of Knowledge through Classroom Interaction. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 328 pages. Paperback: ISBN: 978-0-415-49225-6. List price £25.99. Hardback: ISBN: 978-0-415-49224-9 List price £85.00.

117–122

Hoyles, C., Noss, R., Kent, P., & Bakker, A. (2010). Improving mathematics at work: The need for techno-mathematical literacies. London: Routledge. Hardcover: ISBN: 978-0-415-48007-9 List price: £75.00 (UK) 130.00 (US). 210 pages. Paperback:ISBN:978-0-415-48008-6. Listprice:£24.99(UK) 47.95 (US). 210 pages

117–122

 

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