Using the four resources model across the curriculum

Ninetta Santoro

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Abstract

This chapter is aimed at student-teachers and practising middle years teachers in the primary school who are interested in developing their students' subject specific literacies in preparation for their transition to secondary school. A number of texts and activities from a popular secondary textbook are analysed and mapped against the four resources model. Learning tasks that develop students as text decoders, texts participants, text users and text analysts are suggested.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationText Next
Subtitle of host publicationNew Resources for Literacy Learning
EditorsAnnah Healy, Eileen Honan
Place of PublicationNewtown NSW Australia
PublisherPETA
Pages51-68
Number of pages18
Edition3
ISBN (Print)1875622578
Publication statusPublished - 2004

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    Santoro, N. (2004). Using the four resources model across the curriculum. In A. Healy, & E. Honan (Eds.), Text Next: New Resources for Literacy Learning (3 ed., pp. 51-68). PETA.