Literacies Across Media Ebook

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The contemporary young reader learns from a very early age to read and interpret through a broad range of media Literacies Across Media explores how a group of boys and girls aged from ten to fourteen make sense of narratives in a variety of formats including print electronic book video DVD computer game and CD-ROM This book records these young people over a period of eighteen months as they read view and play different texts demonstrating variations and consistencies of interpretative behaviour across different media Margaret Mackey analyses how the activities of reading viewing and playing intertwine and affect each others development Her in-depth research shows young readers developing strategies for interpreting narratives through encounters with a diverse range of texts and media The study breaks new ground in its illustration and exploration of the impact of cross-media fertilisation on how young readers come to an understanding of how to make sense of stories Literacies Across Media offers both a vivid account of a group of young readers coming to terms with texts and a radical perspective on the growth of a generation of young readers It is thought-provoking fascinating and highly informative reading not only for theoreticians interested in the reading process but also teachers librarians parents and anybody involved with young people and their texts Additional ISBNs 9780415407465 9780415407472 9780203274231 041540746X 0415407478 0203274237Literacies Across Media EbookPlaying the Text By Margaret Mackey Publisher Routledge Print ISBN 9780415407465 041540746X eText ISBN 9781134133802 1134133804 Edition 2nd Pages 224 Copyright year 2006 Format EPUB Available from 2398 USD SKU 9781134133802R90 Downloaded copy on your device does not expire

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The contemporary young reader learns from a very early age to read and interpret through a broad range of media Literacies Across Media explores how a group of boys and girls aged from ten to fourteen make sense of narratives in a variety of formats including print electronic book video DVD computer game and CD-ROM This book records these young people over a period of eighteen months as they read view and play different texts demonstrating variations and consistencies of interpretative behaviour across different media Margaret Mackey analyses how the activities of reading viewing and playing intertwine and affect each others development Her in-depth research shows young readers developing strategies for interpreting narratives through encounters with a diverse range of texts and media The study breaks new ground in its illustration and exploration of the impact of cross-media fertilisation on how young readers come to an understanding of how to make sense of stories Literacies Across Media offers both a vivid account of a group of young readers coming to terms with texts and a radical perspective on the growth of a generation of young readers It is thought-provoking fascinating and highly informative reading not only for theoreticians interested in the reading process but also teachers librarians parents and anybody involved with young people and their texts Additional ISBNs 9780415407465 9780415407472 9780203274231 041540746X 0415407478 0203274237Literacies Across Media EbookPlaying the Text By Margaret Mackey Publisher Routledge Print ISBN 9780415407465 041540746X eText ISBN 9781134133802 1134133804 Edition 2nd Pages 224 Copyright year 2006 Format EPUB Available from 2398 USD SKU 9781134133802R90 Downloaded copy on your device does not expire