From Literacy and ESL Research Network, Critical Literacy examines what it means to be a literate person.
According to the author, "the view presented in this paper is that literacy (or literate behaviour) involves mastery over the technology of written text in context, and the ability to adapt to changing practice in a changing world. Literate practice involves not only being able to do but also being able to critically reflect on doing and on what is being done."
|Peppercorn Book Number: 800-0001|
|Publisher: Language Australia|
|Place of Publication: Melbourne, Australia|
|Year of Publication: 1995|
|Size: A5, portarit|
|Length: 20 pages|