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Expanding Perspectives for Comprehending Visual Images in Multimodal Texts
The texts that adolescents encounter today are often multimodal, meaning they incorporate a variety of modes, including visual images, hypertext, and graphic design elements along with written text.Expand
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Expanding the four resources model: reading visual and multi-modal texts
Freebody and Luke proffered an expanded conceptualization of the resources readers utilize when reading and the roles readers adopt during the act of reading. The four resources model, and itsExpand
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Reading Multimodal Texts: Perceptual, Structural and Ideological Perspectives
This article presents a tripartite framework for analyzing multimodal texts. The three analytical perspectives presented include: (1) perceptual, (2) structural, and (3) ideological analyticalExpand
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THE NATIONAL BOARD FOR PROFESSIONAL TEACHING STANDARDS
The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) was initiated in 1987 to establish “high and rigorous” standards for the teaching profession, create a voluntary system to certifyExpand
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Reading Multimodal Texts in the 21st Century.
Discussions concerning which literacy skills will be required of students in the 21st century have appeared in numerous educational publications recently and have been greeted with mixed reactionsExpand
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Possibilities and Challenges
The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) was initiated in 1987 to establish “high and rigorous” standards for the teaching profession, create a voluntary system to certifyExpand
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High performance liquid chromatography of long-chain acylcarnitine and phospholipids in fatty acid turnover studies.
In this paper we describe a rapid, isocratic high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) method for the study of radioactive fatty acid incorporation into complex lipids of human erythrocytes,Expand
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DISMANTLING THE FACTORY MODEL OF ASSESSMENT
The Factory Models of the 1900's had a significant and lasting impact on the educational curriculum and testing frameworks developed in America's public schools. The child was viewed as a product,Expand
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Informing Our Practice: Modernist, Transactional, and Critical Perspectives on Children's Literature and Reading Instruction.
According to research reports, the amount of children’s literature published and its use in elementary classrooms have expanded exponentially during the past two decades (Allington & Guice, 1997;Expand
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