Discussing Picturebooks Across Perceptual, Structural and Ideological Perspectives

@inproceedings{Youngs2013DiscussingPA,
  title={Discussing Picturebooks Across Perceptual, Structural and Ideological Perspectives},
  author={Suzette Marie Youngs and Frank Serafini},
  year={2013}
}
Classroom discussions of multimodal texts, in particular historical fiction picturebooks, offer an interpretive space where readers are positioned to construct meanings in transaction with the written language, visual images, and design elements created by authors, illustrators and publishers (Serafini & Ladd, 2008; Sipe, 1999). This study was designed to better understand how readers navigated the multimodal landscape of historical fiction picturebooks and constructed meanings in transaction… CONTINUE READING

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