Multimodal literacy in school science

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Unsworth, Len, Tytler, Russell, Fenwick, Lisl, Humphrey, Sally, Chandler, Paul, Herrington, Michele and Pham, Lam. (2022). Multimodal literacy in school science Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003150718
AuthorsUnsworth, Len, Tytler, Russell, Fenwick, Lisl, Humphrey, Sally, Chandler, Paul, Herrington, Michele and Pham, Lam
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This book establishes a new theoretical and practical framework for multimodal disciplinary literacy (MDL) fused with the subject-specific science pedagogies of senior high school biology, chemistry and physics. It builds a compatible alignment of multiple representation and representation construction approaches to science pedagogy with the social semiotic, systemic functional linguistic-based approaches to explicit teaching of disciplinary literacy. The early part of the book explicates the transdisciplinary negotiated theoretical underpinning of the MDL framework, followed by the research-informed repertoire of learning experiences that are then articulated into a comprehensive framework of options for the planning of classroom work. Practical adoption and adaptation of the framework in biology, chemistry and physics classrooms are detailed in separate chapters. The latter chapters indicate the impact of the collaborative research on teachers' professional learning and students’ multimodal disciplinary literacy engagement, concluding with proposals for accommodating emerging developments in MDL in an ever-changing digital communication world. The MDL framework is designed to enable teachers to develop all students' disciplinary literacy competencies. This book will be of interest to researchers, teacher educators and postgraduate students in the field of science education. It will also have appeal to those in literacy education and social semiotics.

Keywordssecondary schools; teaching of a specific subject; literacy; linguistics
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Macken-Horarik, Mary Rose, Love, Kristina and Unsworth, Len. (2011). A grammatics 'good enough' for school English in the 21st century: Four challenges in realising the potential. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy. 34(1), pp. 9 - 23.
Analysis and comprehension of multimodal texts
Daly, Ann and Unsworth, Len. (2011). Analysis and comprehension of multimodal texts. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy. 34(1), pp. 61 - 80.
Understanding joint construction in the tertiary context
Dreyfus, S. J., MacNaught, L. and Humphrey, Sally. (2011). Understanding joint construction in the tertiary context. Linguistics and the Human Sciences (print version). 4(2), pp. 135 - 160. https://doi.org/10.1558/lhs.v4i2.135
Revisiting joint construction in the tertiary context
Humphrey, Sally Louise and MacNaught, Lucy. (2011). Revisiting joint construction in the tertiary context. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy. 34(1), pp. 98 - 116.
Digital Natives? :New and Old Media and Children's Outcomes
Bittman, M, Rutherford, Leonie, Brown, Jude and Unsworth, Len. (2011). Digital Natives? :New and Old Media and Children's Outcomes. Australian Journal of Education. 55(2), pp. 161 - 175.
Working Grammar: An introduction for secondary English teachers
Humphrey, Sally, Love, Kristina and Droga, Louise. (2011). Working Grammar: An introduction for secondary English teachers Pearson Australia Group Pty Ltd.
Genre pedagogy meets e-learning: The LCC project in English Language Education
Mahboob, Ahmar, Humphrey, Sally, Webster, Jonathan, Wong, Eva, Wong, Crusher and Chan, A. (2010). Genre pedagogy meets e-learning: The LCC project in English Language Education. 5th International Symposium on Teaching English at Tertiary Level Hong Kong Polytechnic University. China: Department of English, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. pp. 23 - 36
Appliable Linguistics and English Language Teaching: the Scaffolding Literacy in Adult and Tertiary Environments (SLATE) project
Mahboob, Ahmar, Dreyfus, Shoshana, Humphrey, Sally and Martin, J. R.. (2010). Appliable Linguistics and English Language Teaching: the Scaffolding Literacy in Adult and Tertiary Environments (SLATE) project. In Appliable Linguistics: Texts, contexts, and meanings pp. 25 - 43 Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
Organizing Visual Meaning: Framing and Balance in Picture-Book Images
Painter, Clare, Martin, J, J. and Unsworth, Len. (2010). Organizing Visual Meaning: Framing and Balance in Picture-Book Images. In In S Dreyfus, Susan Hood and Maree Stenglin (Ed.). pp. 125 - 143 Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
Multiliteracies, e-literature and English teaching
Unsworth, Len. (2010). Multiliteracies, e-literature and English teaching. Language and Education. 22(1), pp. 62 - 75. https://doi.org/10.2167/le726.0
The 3x3: setting up a linguistic toolkit for teaching academic writing
Humphrey, Sally, Martin, J. R., Dreyfus, Shoshana and Mahboob, Ahmar. (2010). The 3x3: setting up a linguistic toolkit for teaching academic writing. In Appliable Linguistics: Texts, contexts, and meanings pp. 185 - 199 Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
Enacting rhetoric in the civic domain
Humphrey, Sally. (2010). Enacting rhetoric in the civic domain. English in Australia. 45(3), pp. 9 - 20.
Modelling Social Affiliation and genre in the Civic Domain
Humphrey, Sally. (2010). Modelling Social Affiliation and genre in the Civic Domain. In Appliable Linguistics: Texts, contexts, and meanings pp. 76 - 91 Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
Introducing Multimodal Literacy to Young Children Learning English as a Second Language (ESL)
Unsworth, Leonard and Bush, Rosemary. (2010). Introducing Multimodal Literacy to Young Children Learning English as a Second Language (ESL). In In David R Cole and Darren L Pullen (Ed.). pp. 59 - 83 Routledge.
Multiliteracies and metalanguage: Describing image/text relations as a resource for negotiating multimodal texts
Unsworth, L.. (2009). Multiliteracies and metalanguage: Describing image/text relations as a resource for negotiating multimodal texts. In In J. Coiro, M. Knobel and C. Lankshear et al. (Ed.). Handbook of Research on New Literacies pp. 377 - 405 Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781410618894
The role of coupling in biological experimental reports
Hao, Jing and Humphrey, Sally. (2009). The role of coupling in biological experimental reports. Linguistics and the Human Sciences. 5(2), pp. 169 - 194. https://doi.org/10.1558/lhs.v5i2.169
Bridging multimodal literacies and national assessment programs in literacy
Unsworth, Lem and Chan, Eveline. (2009). Bridging multimodal literacies and national assessment programs in literacy. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy.
Exploring the Narrative Art of David Weisner: Using a Grammar of Visual Design and Learning Experiences on the World Wide Web
Unsworth, Len and Ortigas, Isable. (2008). Exploring the Narrative Art of David Weisner: Using a Grammar of Visual Design and Learning Experiences on the World Wide Web. L1 Educational Studies in Language and Literature.
Explicating inter-modal meaning-making in media and literary texts: Towards a metalanguage of image/language relations
Unsworth, Len. (2008). Explicating inter-modal meaning-making in media and literary texts: Towards a metalanguage of image/language relations. In In A. Burn and C. Durrant (Ed.). Media Teaching: Language, Audience and Production pp. 48 - 80 Wakefield Press.
Comparing and composing digital re-presentations of literature: Multimedia authoring and meta-communicative knowledge
Unsworth, Len. (2008). Comparing and composing digital re-presentations of literature: Multimedia authoring and meta-communicative knowledge. In In L. Unsworth (Ed.). New Literacies and the English Curriculum : Multimodal Perspectives pp. 186 - 211 Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
Assessing integrative reading of images and text in group reading comprehension tests
Unsworth, Len and Chan, Eveline. (2008). Assessing integrative reading of images and text in group reading comprehension tests. Curriculum Perspectives.
Senior secondary English and its goals: making sense of 'The Journey'
Christie, F and Humphrey, Sally. (2008). Senior secondary English and its goals: making sense of 'The Journey'. In In Unsworth, Len (Ed.). New Literacies and the English Curriculum: Multimodal Perspectives pp. 215 - 237 Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
Games and law: History, content, practice and law
Fitzgerald, Brian, Humphrey, Sal, Banks, John A., Done, Keith and Suzor, Nic P.. (2007). Games and law: History, content, practice and law. In Brian F. Fitzgerald (Ed.). Open Content Licensing: Cultivating the Creative Commons. Sydney, NSW: Sydney University Press. pp. 196 - 229