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English Journal ; 112(3):51-56, 2023.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2252471

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Boehm and Franklin investigate how approaching pedagogy through a framework of playfulness in the secondary English classroom can facilitate joy in teaching and learning. Drawing from sociocultural perspectives of literacy, they define a playful approach to secondary literacy pedagogy as one that involves imagination, responsiveness, and laughter. Decades of research have pointed to play as a valuable classroom practice for young learners. They argue that secondary English teachers can draw on this research to approach literacy learnin playfully. English education scholars have described playful literacy learning in secondary classrooms through multiliteracies and critical literacy.

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