This article describes a single instance of literacy learning involving the author and his two daughters, and provides a demonstration of how this literacy event can be unpacked both theoretically and practically in a way that a reflective practitioner could do. The aim of this article is to stimulate some reflective thinking and start some new conversations about what theoretical assumptions should drive reading instruction in the 21st century.
Bintz, W. (1998). Daddy, I know what the story means — now, I just need help with the words. Reading Horizons, 39 (1). Retrieved from http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/reading_horizons/vol39/iss1/5