This module offers the opportunity to explore key socio-cultural issues relating to the acquisition and practice of language and literacy and to read your own language and literacy identities and practices, and those of others, critically and reflexively through theoretical frames. It will look at the ways in which these identities, those we take up and those that may be chosen for us, situate us as learners and teachers within different educational settings and the implications this may have for practice. The module considers the relationship between literacies, languages, identities and pedagogies. It will promote the inclusion of English/ literacy skills development across the curriculum.
Developing Language and Literacy in PCE
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