LEARNING TO "SEE" SOUND: AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE INTELLECTUAL AND LINGUISTIC RESOURCES THAT URBAN MIDDLE SCHOOL AFRICAN AMERICAN BOYS UTILIZE IN THE PRACTICE OF REPRESENTING SOUND TRANSMISSION.

Wright, Christopher.

2017-04-18T14:05:33.054Z

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  • Abstract: This research examines the intellectual and linguistic resources that a group of African American boys brought to the study of the science of sound and the practice of representation. By taking a resource-rich view of the boys' linguistic and representational practices, my objective is to investigate children's abilities in producing, using, critiquing, and modifying representations. Spe... read more
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