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Tables of Contents for Vygotskian Perspectives on Literacy Research
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Part I. Paradoxes in Vygotsky's Account of Development: 1.Vygotsky's two minds on the nature of meaning James V. Wertsch
2. Creativity and collaboration in knowledge construction Vera John-Steiner and Teresa Meehan
Part II: 3. Dialogic inquiry in education: building on the legacy of Vygotsky Gordon Wells
4. Consequential progressions: exploring collective-individual development in a bilingual classroom LeAnn Putney, Judith Green, Carol Dixon, Richard Duran, Ana Floriani and Beth Yeager
5. Linking writing and community development through the children's forum Anne Haas Dyson
6. Synchronic and diachronic dimensions of social practice: an emerging methodology for cultural-historical perspectives on literacy learning Kris Gutierrez and Lynda Stone
7. Idiocultural diversity in small groups: the role of the relational framework in collaborative learning Peter Smagorinsky and Cindy O'Donnell-Allen
8. Signifying in the zone of proximal development: literate cultural competencies in language minority classrooms Carol D. Lee
9. Teachers' developing philosophies on literacy and its use in public schools: a Vygotskian perspective on internal activity and teacher change Arnetha F. Ball
10. Inspired by Vygotsky: ethnographic experiments in education Luis C. Moll.