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Talking Back and Looking Forward: An Educational Revolution in Poetry and Prose

reviewed by Patricia A. Edwards & Lisa Domke - September 27, 2016

coverTitle: Talking Back and Looking Forward: An Educational Revolution in Poetry and Prose
Author(s): Paul C. Gorski, Rosanna M. Salcedo, and Julie Landsman
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham
ISBN: 1475824904, Pages: 198, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 27, 2016
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21657, Date Accessed: 2/19/2020 5:59:51 PM

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  • Patricia Edwards
    Michigan State University
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    PATRICIA A. EDWARDS, a member of the Reading Hall Fame is a Professor of Language and Literacy in the Department of Teacher Education at Michigan State University. A nationally and internationally recognized expert in parent involvement, home, school, community partnerships, multicultural literacy, early literacy, and family/intergenerational literacy, especially among poor and minority children. She served as a member of the IRA Board of Directors from 19982001, and in 2006-2007 as the first African American President of the Literacy Research Association (formerly the National Reading Conference), and as President of the International Reading Association (2010-2011). She has published articles in highly refereed journals, authored two nationally acclaimed family literacy programs: Parents as Partners in Reading: A Family Literacy Training Program and Talking Your Way to Literacy: A Program to Help Nonreading Parents Prepare Their Children for Reading as well as seven books. Her books on family/parent involvement include: A Path to Follow: Learning to Listen to Parents, Tapping the Potential of Parents: A Strategic Guide to Boosting Student Achievement Through Family Involvement, Children literacy development: Making It Happen Through School, Family, and Community Involvement and New Ways to Engage Parents: Strategies and Tools for Teachers and Leaders.
  • Lisa Domke
    Michigan State University
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    LISA DOMKE was an elementary teacher for 8 years in a school district in western Michigan. She has taught a range of grades and worked with many language learners both in general education and Spanish immersion (which involved teaching English-speakers language arts in English and Spanish and all other subjects solely in Spanish). She also worked 5 years in a summer migrant education program and has taught various undergraduate and master's literacy courses. Lisa is pursuing a Ph.D. at Michigan State University specializing in literacy, language learning, and emergent bilinguals/English language learners. Her research interests center around biliteracy--how young children develop literacy skills in multiple languages.
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