Literacy Final Draft

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Out of School Literacy Practice : 

Out of School Literacy Practice Fantasy Football

Part 1: Observation : 

Part 1: Observation

What is a fantasy football league? : 

What is a fantasy football league? A group of people with an interest in NFL football The members control the text

Vocabulary- Use of Code breaking : 

Vocabulary- Use of Code breaking PRK PTS AVG Proj OPRK %ST %Own

The Text- Understanding Scoring : 

The Text- Understanding Scoring

Example: Frank Gore : 

Example: Frank Gore Rushing yards- every ten yards 5 points Receiving- every ten yards 2 points Touchdown 6 points Total Fumbles lost -4 points Total # of point= 9

Part 2: Participation : 

Part 2: Participation

The Draft Itself- Text controlled by ESPN.com : 

The Draft Itself- Text controlled by ESPN.com Snake Draft Custom on ESPN.com Rules made my ESPN. Com Auto draft 2 minute time limit 14 players total 1 QB 2 RB 2 WR 1 TE 1 D/ST

How to make a trade- Text controlled by members : 

How to make a trade- Text controlled by members Step 1- Propose a trade to someone by sending a proposal by email Step 2- Choose to accept or decline Step 3- if accepted published for the league Step 4- league may choose to veto Step 5- if half of the league vetoes then it is canceled Step 6- if no veto is proposed then after a set number of days the trade is processed Example of members controlling text

Part III: Analyze : 

Part III: Analyze

What prior knowledge and skills are necessary? : 

What prior knowledge and skills are necessary? Knowledge of the sport of football NFL player background Information about the NFL season Computer proficiency Change lineup- as seen in picture

Motivation and How practices should be taught? : 

Motivation and How practices should be taught? Motivation Bonding practice Monetary benefit Taught by Learning from a friend Watching football on TV Reading about preseason football rankings Years of practice

Fluency and comprehension in this community : 

Fluency and comprehension in this community Fluency- successfully managing a team and being able to talk about it with the league Years of practice Understanding Football Vocabulary Comprehension- being able to draft a successful team

Connections to the text : 

Connections to the text Four Resource Model 1. Use of code breaking to understand vocabulary 2. Text participant- must draw on prior knowledge 3. Text user- uses appropriate text for the purpose Can navigate through text to find importance 4. Critical Practices- recognizing that texts (projections) may be biased Critical Practices

In Class Literacy Project : 

In Class Literacy Project Read Aloud

Part 1: Obseravtion : 

Part 1: Obseravtion Second Grade Class- Read Aloud

Class Library: organization: Texts involved : 

Class Library: organization: Texts involved Labeled bins, arranged by author or genre Easily accessible Wide variety of resources Used when students finish books in book boxes

Reading Groups : 

Reading Groups Teacher assigns reading groups based on ability Switches who meets with her and other reading specialists Uses text sets different books for each level Others participate in independent reading Usually a block of 45 minutes Good way to assess the fluency of the students

Part II: Participation : 

Part II: Participation

Literacy Example: Read Aloud : 

Literacy Example: Read Aloud Teacher chooses book- controls the text Typically based on interests of students Ex. Connor picked book one week Assigned seating on carpet square Regulates who sits where and moves throughout lesson

Literacy Example 2: Read Aloud : 

Literacy Example 2: Read Aloud Starts off explaining a theme ex. Figurative language Help students focus on importance Use Hands on their Head to be called on Less distracting method than hand raising Use of inserted questions

Independent Reading : 

Independent Reading Usually 20-40 minutes per day set aside Uses time to evaluate each child’s level Teachers select books to add to book boxes- controlling the text Children may request books Usually books switched out weekly

Part III: Analyze : 

Part III: Analyze

Connections to the Text : 

Connections to the Text Similar to Ms. Battle’s classroom Exact setup shown- carpet space Provides text sets for students Uses many different sources Top-Down Theory Starts with definitions before introducing the book Student centered approach- by having students participate Listens to students individually read every week Provides books students express interest in Culturally diverse library

Implications on My Future Teaching : 

Implications on My Future Teaching What I would like to model Use of whole language model promotes- a culturally diverse environment Meeting independently with students weekly Large variety of resources What I would like to adjust Children having more of a say in what they read- using the transactional model More space for reading, ex. A reading nook More control over behavior during read aloud

Literacy Comparison : 

Literacy Comparison Teacher controlled the texts Diverse group of participants Everyone may not enjoy it Participants control the text People with an interest in football Purely for fun Competition is used In School Out of School Comparisons Both require prior knowledge to be successful Both require participants to understand the rules and procedures Learn through practice and teaching

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