|Nancy Frey||San Diego State University, USA|
|Douglas Fisher||San Diego State University, USA|
|© 2008||208 pages||7" x 10"|
|Paperback||ISBN:||9781412953122||$36.95||Add to Cart|
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2009 Library Media Connection Editor’s Choice Award
"This book puts into practice what we’ve long known but often ignored: one picture is indeed worth a thousand words! The chapters offer a practical look at how images in all their many forms can be used to motivate reluctant readers."
—Donna E. Alvermann, Distinguished Research Professor
University of Georgia
"Just as vision entails more than seeing, being visually literate means that students can interpret and reflect upon images as well as words. These strategies will help your students develop the literacy they need for this brave new century."
—Carol Jago, Director, California Reading and Literature Project
University of California, Los Angeles
Spark students' interest in reading and help them become critical consumers of visual information!
Today's students live in an increasingly visual world where they are engaged not only by words, but also by images. This collection of innovative articles shows classroom teachers and literacy specialists how to use students' interest in picture books, comics, graphic novels, film, anime, and other visual media to motivate and engage readers in Grades K–12.
Teaching Visual Literacy offers background information, research, practical ideas, and sample lessons to help educators:
Visual literacy is an integral part of literacy development, and this much-needed classroom companion helps teachers engage students as critical readers and prepare them for living in the twenty-first century.