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Title: Experiences in Critical Literacy: Students Deemed “At Risk” in Canadian Schools
Authors: Mc Leish, Kaylyn
Advisor: Cooper, Karyn
Department: Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
Keywords: Critical Literacy
students "at risk"
Issue Date: 11-Aug-2011
Abstract: Recently Ontario included critical literacy in the Language Arts curriculum. I plan to investigate what impact critical literacy will have on Canadian schools. I will present ideas in a critical narrative framework; drawing on pre-existing data-sets of experiences I gathered teaching in an urban Ontario school board for the last six years. I will also review research by other academics working in critical literacy, student engagement, and democratic education. I plan to investigate the effectiveness of using critical literacy-based activities with students deemed “at risk” in our school system. I will also explore the impact of critical literacy on the relationships between students, teachers and administrators. I believe this process will allow me to reflect, interpret and explore my experiences, as well as encourage others to draw their own opinions about the impact of teaching critical literacy in Ontario schools.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/29481
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