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TABLE OF CONTENTS Section 1: Introduction Section 2: Sociocultural Perspectives on Language and Learning Chapter 1. Learning Language as a Matter of Learning Social Languages Within Discourses. James Paul Gee. University of Wisconsin-Madison. USA. Section 3. Sociocultural Approaches to Language Teacher Education Chapter 2. Re-Sourcing Resources: Pedagogy, History, and Loss in a Johannesburg Classroom. Pippa Stein. University of the Witwatersrand. Johannesburg, South Africa. Chapter 3. Transforming the Discourse of Teaching and Learning: Rippling Waters and Shifting Sands. Jerri Willett & Sarah Miller. University of Massachusetts-Amherst. USA. Chapter 4. Social Apprenticeships through Mediated Learning in Language Teacher Education. Margaret R. Hawkins. University of Wisconsin-Madison. USA. Section 4. The Uptake of Sociocultural Perspectives in Language Education Chapter 5. Social Languages and Schooling: The Uptake of Sociocultural Perspectives in School. Jenny Miller. Milpera Newcomers' Centre. Queensland, Australia. Chapter 6. Tinker, Tailor, Teacher, Text... Using a Multiliteracies Approach to Remediate Reading. Alison Beynon. Johannesburg, South Africa. Section 5. Implications of Sociocultural Perspectives for Language Teacher Education Chapter 7. Language, Socio-cultural Theory, and Second Language Teacher Education: Examining the Technology of Subject Matter and the Architecture of Instruction. Donald Freeman. School for International Training. Brattleboro, VT. USA. AUTHOR BIOGRAPHIES INDEX
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Language and languages Study and teaching Social aspects, Language teachers Training of