In this article, the authors reconsider traditional concepts of reading motivation to arrive at practical teaching approaches to enhance the reading motivation, engagement, and achievement of adolescent Latinx multilingual leanrers in both traditonal and online learning environments. Focusing on the bioecological Process-Person-Context-Time Model and Expectancy-Value Theory, specific factors that influence the reading motivation of Latinx multilingual learners are discussed along with practical instructional strategies for both traditional and online/virtual classrooms. They also highlight the utility of a strengths-based pedagogy vis-a-vis the growing inequities that surround Latinx multilingual leaners. The paper concludes by offering recommendations for reading motivation practice.
Griffin, Robert A. and Farran, Lama K.
"Reconsidering the Reading Motivation of Adolescent Latinx Multilingual Learners,"
The Reading Professor: Vol. 44
, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholar.stjohns.edu/thereadingprofessor/vol44/iss1/5