The Multiliteracies and Second Language Education series explores different aspects of the incorporation of the multiliteracies framework and related approaches such as Learning by Design in L2 education. Topics covered include teacher education and L2 learning in diverse instructional environments and in relation with contemporary social issues (e.g., diversity, equity, and inclusion; identity).
Proposals for the series with a focus on the following topics will be welcomed by the Series Editor:
For more information contact Dr. Gabriela C. Zapata, Series Editor, at [email protected]
Multiliteracies in International Educational Contexts: Towards Education Justice
Editors: Gabriela C. Zapata, Mary Kalantzis, and Bill Cope
Social Justice Through Pedagogies of Multiliteracies
Editor: Vander Tavares
Approaching Multiliteracies: Digitally-Mediated Second Language Teacher Education
Editor: Carolyn Blume
Multiliteracies, Literature and Digital Texts in the Second Language Classroom
Authors: Christiane Lütge, Claudia Mustroph, and Kerstin Theinert
A Design Orientation to Second Language Writing Instruction
Author: Heather Willis Allen
Multimodal Literacy in English as an Additional Language in Higher Education
Editors: Mercedes Querol-Julián and Inmaculada Fortanet-Gómez
Multiliteracies, Multimodality and Learning by Design in Second Language Learning and Teacher Education
Editors: Agustín Reyes-Torres, María Brisk, and Manel Lacorte
By Gabriela C. Zapata, Mary Kalantzis, Bill Cope
December 22, 2023
Multiliteracies in International Educational Contexts: Towards Education Justice examines how multiliteracies and Learning by Design have been taken up across international second-language instructional contexts, with a focus on inclusive practices and social justice. This edited collection ...
By Gabriela C. Zapata
April 20, 2022
Learning by Design and Second Language Teaching establishes theoretical, research, and practice connections between the multiliteracies framework Learning by Design and L2 teaching and learning. A comprehensive introductory chapter presents the theoretical tenets of the approach and is followed ...