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Boutelier, Stefani: "Exploring Privilege with Young Adult Literature." In: Language Arts Journal of Michigan 35.1 (2019), <https://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/lajm/vol35/iss1/4/> (19. Jan. 2021) 
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Resource type: Web Article
Languages: English
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.9707/2168-149X.2229
BibTeX citation key: Boutelier2019
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Keywords: "I Am Alfonso Jones", Children’s and young adults’ comics, Didactics, Ethnicity, Medina. Tony, USA
Creators: Boutelier
Collection: Language Arts Journal of Michigan
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Abstract
It is imperative to utilize Young Adult (YA) literature themes to transfer deeper ideologies. This article layers I am Alfonso Jones, a YA graphic novel, by Tony Medina to frame the exploration of privilege during a literature unit in a secondary ELA classroom. Teachers can facilitate understanding of such an often overused, yet misunderstood phrase, through multiple means (e.g., conversation protocols, performance assessment). The topics examined in this article supports a praxis model of moving critical pedagogy and equity literacy theories to the forefront of one’s teaching by including student voice, incorporating relationship building, and building important conversation skills to increase identity and action.
  
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