Rethinking Composing in a Digital Age: Authoring Literate Identities Through Multimodal Storytelling

@article{Vasudevan2010RethinkingCI,
  title={Rethinking Composing in a Digital Age: Authoring Literate Identities Through Multimodal Storytelling},
  author={Lalitha Vasudevan and Katherine G. Schultz and Jennifer Bateman},
  journal={Written Communication},
  year={2010},
  volume={27},
  pages={442 - 468}
}
In this article, the authors engage the theoretical lens of multimodality in rethinking the practices and processes of composing in classrooms. Specifically, they focus on how learning new composing practices led some fifth-grade students to author new literate identities—what they call authorial stances—in their classroom community. Their analysis adds to the current research on the production and analysis of multimodal texts through an analysis of the interrelationships between multimodal… Expand

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