Part I Overview, Rationale, Foundation.- Chapter 1 Introduction.- Chapter 2 Rationale for the Project.- Chapter 3 Theoretical Foundation of Critical Literacies, Global, and Multicultural Education.- Part II Teachers' Examples in Diverse Classroom Settings.- Chapter 4 Case Studies in the High School Classroom.- Chapter 5 Case Studies in the Middle School Classroom.- Chapter 6 Case Studies in the Elementary School Classroom.- Chapter 7 Understanding Teachers' Practice from Broader Perspectives.- Part III Practical Suggestions for Critical Global Literacies.- Chapter 8 Across the Curriculum and the Text.- Chapter 9 Future Research and Practice.- Chapter 10 Conclusion.
Bogum Yoon, Ph. D. is an associate professor of literacy education in the Graduate School of Education at the State University of New York at Binghamton. She has worked in the field of language and literacy as a teacher educator, both in South Korea and the United States. Her research interests include critical literacies, global and multicultural education, and immigrant English language learners. Her work has been published in the American Educational Research Journal, the Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, Middle Grades Research Journal, and the Reading Teacher. Yoon's edited books, Teachers' Roles in Second Language Learning: Classroom Applications of Sociocultural Theory, and Critical Literacy Practice: Applications of Critical Theory in Diverse Settings, illustrate that her scholarship interest is in making a close link between theory and practice. This book, Critical Literacies: Global and Multicultural Perspectives shows Yoon's teaching and scholarship committment to teacher education.