Contextualisation and commentary

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Abstract

Literacy in 3D brings together an authoritativecollection of essays by academics, policymakers andeducators from across Australia, each drawing on BillGreen's influential '3D' model of the cultural, criticaland operational dimensions involved in literacy,pedagogy and practice. The book is divided into threesections, which cover the model in theory, the modelin practice, and extending the model.Literacy in 3D presents a core framework forcurriculum and pedagogy design, within the NewLiteracy Studies tradition. An up-to-date accountof a long-established, overtly dynamic model, thisimportant volume explores and engages with itsintegrated perspectives to emphasise contemporaryliteracy dimensions and their interplay. It is a timelyand richly informed resource for all literacy educators,researchers and practitioners, including teachereducators and those working in policy at various levels.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLiteracy in 3D
Subtitle of host publicationAn integrated perspective in theory and practice
EditorsBill Green, Catherine Beavis
Place of PublicationCamberwell, Victoria
PublisherACER Press
Chapter2
Pages22-38
Number of pages17
ISBN (Electronic)9781742860398
ISBN (Print)9781742860381
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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    Green, W. (2012). Contextualisation and commentary. In B. Green, & C. Beavis (Eds.), Literacy in 3D: An integrated perspective in theory and practice (pp. 22-38). ACER Press.