In-School and Out-of-School Literacy

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In-School and Out-of-School Literacy! : 

In-School and Out-of-School Literacy! By: Brianne Hough

In-School Literacy: Read-Alouds and Writer’s Workshop : 

In-School Literacy: Read-Alouds and Writer’s Workshop 1st Grade Books: “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” by Eric Carle “From Head to Toe” by Eric Carle “Wolf!” by Becky Bloom (illustrated by Pascal Biet)

“Brown Bear, Brown Bear” : 

“Brown Bear, Brown Bear” Teacher read the book aloud Student’s sat in a circle and played a name game

“From Head to Toe” : 

“From Head to Toe” Teacher read the book aloud Students were allowed to act out the story as it was read The students picked an animal to write about/wrote about it with a simple formula I am a __________ and I ___________ One boy wrote “ I am a sak and I stik my tog out” (meant “I am a snake and I stick my tongue out”)

“Wolf!” : 

“Wolf!” Teacher read the book aloud Students talked to their neighbors about who their favorite character was They had to write sentences about their favorite character Descriptive words

What does it mean to do literacy in this classroom literacy activity? : 

What does it mean to do literacy in this classroom literacy activity? In this activity: Teacher controls the read and written texts and students control the written texts Smartboard Codebreaking occurs when the teacher is reading Students must understand direction words and words that pertain to the activity (i.e. descriptive, rhyming, etc…) Comprehension: Students raise their hands if they don’t understand Doesn’t have to be perfect Distraught if they don’t understand Teachers check the written work – individually assess each child Working towards fluency

What are the literacy practices in this classroom literacy activity? : 

What are the literacy practices in this classroom literacy activity? Skills: listening, brainstorming, prewriting, self-editing, writing (sounding out words) Prior knowledge: how to write letters/sound out words, how to plan/brainstorm, what certain literary devices are (rhyming, description, etc...), rules of the classroom Teacher must: Help children on differentiated reading/writing levels – Flint Chapter 7 Pick activities that are applicable to each child Read stories that engage students Tell children exactly what they want them to do – rules, instructions, etc…

What are the literacy practices in this classroom literacy activity? : 

What are the literacy practices in this classroom literacy activity? Motivation: In the 1st grade, learning to write is so exciting! Accomplish goals Impress teacher Express themselves Participation: Children participate by talking to their neighbors Answering questions that the teacher asks Frequent hand raising

Out-of-School Literacy: SportsCenter : 

Out-of-School Literacy: SportsCenter SportsCenter: 3 hours watching/3 hours looking at website I never watched Sportscenter and I have limited knowledge about sports in general Confusing

Watching SportsCenter : 

Watching SportsCenter Sports discussed: football, baseball, nascar I have some knowledge of football but little to no knowledge about baseball or nascar

Website : 

Website I spent a lot of time reading articles and no clue what any of them meant One of my personal favorites was a fantasy football lineup with players who have scary names for Halloween I watched videos

What does it mean to do literacy in this out-of-school literacy activity? : 

What does it mean to do literacy in this out-of-school literacy activity? Texts: words on the television screen (bottom of the screen scores, titles of the topics they are talking about) articles on website videos on website and clips on the show The SportsCenter writers and anchors control the texts Codebreaking is essential because the people at SportsCenter are speaking to sports fans and people who understand what the scores and everything means

What does it mean to do literacy in this out-of-school literacy activity? : 

What does it mean to do literacy in this out-of-school literacy activity? Key vocabulary: Sports jargon Team, Race, Game Names of athletes and Etc… You comprehend by watching frequently and understanding sports/having general knowledge about teams and players SportsCenter is insignificant to a person like me who doesn’t understand or care about sports—makes it hard to understand Fluency—to be fluent, you must be a very big sports fan Photo attribution: “Superbowl Sunday is Here at Last” by Arty Smokes, found on flickrCC

What are the literacy practices in this out-of-school literacy activity? : 

What are the literacy practices in this out-of-school literacy activity? To keep the viewer engaged, the anchors and writers must present new and interesting information that is truthful and cohesive Motivation: to learn about a passion, advance sports knowledge, learn something interesting Participation: watching the show, reading the website, etc... Photo Attribution: “Tony Stewart Home Depot Toyota Camry” by The Freewheeling Daredevil, found on flickrCC

THE END! : 

THE END!

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