Latino Media and Critical Literacy Pedagogies: Children's Scripting of Telenovelas Discourses.

Title:
Latino Media and Critical Literacy Pedagogies: Children's Scripting of Telenovelas Discourses.
Author(s): 
Medina, Carmen Liliana; Costa, María del Rocío
Journal: 
Journal of Language & Literacy Education / Ankara Universitesi SBF Dergisi
Publication Year: 
2013
Submission Date:
August 2, 2017
Abstract: 
Using elements of the ethnography of globalization and teacher research, two Puerto Rican researchers and educators worked collaboratively with a teacher on a study conducted in a third grade classroom in a public school in an urban community in Puerto Rico. They conceptualized children's curricular engagement with the Spanish television genre of telenovelas in relation to classroom critical literacy and performative inquiry where children's histories, their lives in hyper-globalized contexts (through media, multinational commercialization, and technology), and their related discursive practices were made visible. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Topic: 
Curriculum and Standards
Methodology: 
Qualitative
Sub-Methodology (qualitative): 
Qualitative Non-Intervention
Location of Study: 
Puerto Rico
Document Language: 
English
Type of Document: 
Journal Article

Citation:

  • Medina, C. L., & del Rocio Costa, M. (2013). Latino Media and Critical Literacy Pedagogies: Children's Scripting of Telenovelas Discourses.. Journal of Language & Literacy Education / Ankara Universitesi SBF Dergisi, 9(1), 161-184. Retrieved from http://jolle.coe.uga.edu/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Latino-Media.pdf