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Critical Pedagogy : Notes from the Real World

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780801332579

ISBN10:
0801332575
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2000
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon

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Summary

Full of personal anecdotes and real stories about real teachers, this book unravels the sometimes difficult rhetoric and theory of critical pedagogy and makes a powerful case for classroom practice and integration.

Table of Contents

Preface viii
Introduction: Welcome to My Real World 1(182)
Some of What Was Not Said in the First Edition
6(1)
I Dropped Out
7(2)
Prologue
9(5)
The Story of Jonathan
9(4)
The Journey of Jon Continues
13(1)
Contradictions and Change
14(2)
Looking Ahead for Elusive Answers
16(1)
Notes
17(2)
Critical Pedagogy: How in the World Did I Get into This?
19(8)
The Benson Kids: Teaching Is Learning
19(4)
Learn, Relearn, and Unlearn Your Way to Critical Pedagogy
23(2)
To Learn: Difficult Learning Experiences
23(1)
To Relearn: Difficult Relearning Experiences
24(1)
To Unlearn: Difficult Unlearning Experiences
24(1)
Looking Ahead for Your Stories of Relearning and Unlearning
25(1)
Notes
25(2)
Critical Pedagogy: What in the World Is It?
27(48)
Dawn Does Critical Pedagogy
27(1)
Definitions
28(5)
Generative Definitions
29(2)
Phony, from the True
31(2)
Language of Possibility-Language of Critique
33(1)
Vygotsky: Reaching Back to Move Forward
34(3)
Conscientization
37(6)
Carmen Has It
38(2)
Rainey Doesn't; Well, Didn't
40(3)
Codification
43(1)
Cultural Capital
44(2)
Dialectic
46(1)
Dialogue
47(1)
Discourse
48(5)
Joining the Prairie Club
52(1)
Hegemony
53(1)
Hidden Curriculum
54(1)
Literacies
55(4)
Reading the Word and the World
56(2)
Orate and Literate Communities
58(1)
Pedagogy
59(1)
Praxis
59(1)
Problem Posing
60(2)
To Groom
62(2)
Around the World
63(1)
To Name
64(1)
To Marginalize
65(1)
To School
66(1)
To Silence
67(1)
To Socialize
68(1)
Voice
69(3)
Looking Ahead for Your Thoughts and Language on Critical Pedagogy
72(1)
Notes
73(2)
Critical Pedagogy: Where in the World Did It Come From?
75(44)
The Latin Voice
75(7)
Freire: The Foundation
75(7)
The European Voice
82(11)
Gramsci
82(1)
Marx
83(2)
The Frankfurt School of Critical Theory
85(1)
Tove Skutnabb-Kangas
86(7)
Vygotsky
93(8)
Why Vygotsky?
93(1)
Who Is This Educator from the Past Who Tugs Us into Our Future?
94(1)
Sociocultural Learning
94(4)
Zone of Proximal Development
98(1)
Thought and Language
98(3)
The North American Voice
101(14)
Dewey
102(1)
Ada
103(1)
McCaleb
104(1)
Giroux
105(1)
McLaren
106(3)
Cummins
109(4)
Krashen
113(2)
The Benson Kids
115(1)
Looking Ahead for New Leaders: You!
115(1)
Notes
116(3)
Critical Pedagogy: How in the World Do You Do It?
119(46)
Thinking about Practice
119(1)
History Helps: Three Perspectives
120(6)
Transmission Model
121(1)
Generative Model
122(1)
Transformative Model
122(1)
Transmission to Transformative: An Example
123(3)
KWL
126(3)
Two Perspectives
129(6)
Democratic Pedagogy
131(4)
So How Do You Do Critical Pedagogy?
135(8)
Problem Posing: Jonathan, An Example from the Community
135(2)
Problem Posing: Miss Johnson, An Example from Secondary Schools
137(1)
Principles of Problem Posing
138(1)
The Teacher's Role in Problem Posing
138(1)
Problem Posing: Stephanie, An Example from the Primary Grades
139(1)
Problem Posing: Codification
139(2)
Problem Posing: Reggie, an Example from Postsecondary
141(2)
The Essence Is in the Experience
143(3)
Easy Method/Difficult Text
144(2)
Popcorn
146(1)
How-to-Do-It
146(1)
The Experience
146(1)
Pair Share
147(1)
How-to-Do-It
147(1)
The Experience
147(1)
Dialogue Journal
147(1)
How-to-Do-It
147(1)
The Experience
147(1)
Bloom's Taxonomies
148(1)
How-to-Do-It
148(1)
The Experience
148(1)
Teaching and Learning on the Desert
149(1)
Four Corners
149(2)
How-to-Do-It
149(1)
The Experience
150(1)
The Messenger and the Scribe
151(1)
How-to-Do-It
151(1)
The Experience
152(1)
Comprehending/Comprehension
152(2)
How-to-Do-It
153(1)
The Experience
153(1)
Problem Posing Activity: Literacy
154(3)
How-to-Do-It
154(1)
The Experience
154(1)
To Name
155(1)
To Reflect Critically
155(1)
To Act
155(2)
A Mess
157(3)
Looking Ahead for Elusive Methods
160(1)
How Do You Think You Do Critical Pedagogy?
160(1)
Notes
161(4)
Critical Pedagogy: Why in the World Does It Matter?
165(18)
Students of the Twenty-First Century
166(1)
The Pedagogy of a Caring Heart and Critical Eyes
167(3)
A Caring Heart
168(1)
A Critical Eye
169(1)
Pedagogy of Courage and Patience
170(1)
Time. Time. Time.
171(2)
From Buttercup to Power
173(1)
Teachers Taught Me, Too
174(2)
Now Here Is the Point
176(1)
To Make a Difference
177(3)
Bob
177(2)
Roxanne
179(1)
Looking Ahead for More Elusive Answers
180(1)
Note
181(2)
Bibliography 183(7)
Credits 190(1)
Index 191


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