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Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory
Introduction This entry examines academic literacies across the curriculum with respect to the orientations scholars have developed to the nature of the knowledge of reading and writing required for academic literacy and to the extent to which that knowledge is generalizable across different texts and different contexts. The focus is on reading and writing here as these are the most prevalent modes of participation in academic settings, recognizing both that students engage in a wide variety ofdoi:10.1007/978-981-287-588-4_100027 fatcat:drxi4nfqzzfw3nl22am7b6njge