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Examines public and private writings of low-income urban, pre-adolescent girls, illuminating ways that girl's voice are often silenced in schools and society. She Say, He Say reveals the development of fifth grade urban girls' voices through their own writing in the classroom. This book underscores the importance of including all of the girls' voices into the curriculum where their voices can be nurtured, cultured, and responded to in potentially productive ways. Through an exploration of two major writing contexts, the public and the private, Brett Elizabeth Blake chronicles how the girls learned through their writing not only how to name issues salient to them, such as domesticity and racism, but also how to resist the underlying notions of such important issues. The girls' stories are based on nearly three years of study, and the traditional notion of a process approach to writing is challenged by addressing how such an approach must become a site for significant tension and struggle over issues like ownership and voice. Blake suggests several curricular strategies, such as reader response techniques and a violence-prevention unit, as additional approaches that support girls' voices. This book explores and challenges us to look more closely at how the intersection of gender, race, and class is crucial for understanding not only how and what girls write about, but also why they write so deliberately and poignantly about their lives.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780791434802
ISBN (ISBN-10): 079143480X
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Publishing year: 1997
Publisher: ST UNIV OF NEW YORK
176 Pages
Weight: 0,263 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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