In and out-of- school Literacy Practices Project

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In and out-of- school Literacy Practices Project : 

In and out-of- school Literacy Practices Project Exploring the reading and writing literacy practices associated with a first grader and a football player EDUC 413 Created by Morgan Graves

Exploring the Realm of the Classroom : 

Exploring the Realm of the Classroom

Classroom Literacy Inventory : 

Classroom Literacy Inventory As a whole As an individual Approximately 350 books ranging in all types. Displayed so that they are easily accessible to children on racks, bins and shelves Arranged by classroom use Organized by genre, topic, reading level, and classroom use and purposes The library reflects the multicultural nature of American society. Read on carpet, floor space, in chairs or on big pillows to sit on in comfort Find books corresponding to their reading levels 20-40 minutes of reading

Access Granted : 

Access Granted The students are accessing materials that correspond to their skill level and have the choice to choose activities/ books according to their likes and dislikes The materials readily available to the students stimulate learning and creativity. There are also 4 computers and 5 laptops in the classroom which are used for inside recess or reader workshops Children have access to the resource binders in their cubbies

40% or more of the environmental print in the classroom is commercially producedThe role of the curriculum is to guide instruction by breaking down so that students can build off of what they learn weekly and bring everything in together. It also pace the students learning and student/ teacher goals. : 

40% or more of the environmental print in the classroom is commercially producedThe role of the curriculum is to guide instruction by breaking down so that students can build off of what they learn weekly and bring everything in together. It also pace the students learning and student/ teacher goals. Students Teacher Produce about 20-39% of the environmental print in the classroom The role of students is to discover learning by using the instructor’s directions , modeling, structure and examples. 18 students Contributes 20- 39% of environmental print in the classroom The role of the teacher is to construct learning events by guiding and is the head person in charge. She monitors progression and helps when needed 1 head teacher, 1assistant, few resource teachers OTHER

Meet Little Miss Susie Allen : 

Meet Little Miss Susie Allen Why do people read? Why do people write? How did you learn to read? How did you learn to write? Who helps you with reading? Who helps you with writing? What do you do when you have trouble reading text? What do you do when you have trouble writing text? Where do you like to read? Where do you like to write? How do choose what you read? How do you choose what you write? How often do you read in school? At home? How often do you write in school? At home? How do you feel about writing? About reading? Do you like to write? Why or why not? Do you like to read? Why or why not? How do you decide what to write about?

Doing Literacy : 

Doing Literacy Actively participating and practicing literacy to the point where, at times, it can be done unconsciously Comprehend and be able to form educated opinions Text in this literacy practice is formed from letters and sounds. Letters individually form a sound and combined letters merge to make certain sounds which combining these parts all together creates words All text from get read and written because in the classroom everything is labeled and have been instilled in the children to understand the context. Most of the text in the room has been produced by the children or the children have had a part in creating it

Key Vocabulary : 

Key Vocabulary “sounding out” Sit like a CHAMP Two finger space Consonant Clusters Word wall words If, an, you, I, am, go, by, Self editing Rules (respectful, kind, responsible) Directional words for instructions Readers workshop Writing lab

Doing Literacy continued… : 

Doing Literacy continued… In this activity the teacher controls the text by guiding and giving children boundaries to work within Within that boundary the children have control over the production The spectrum of control remains the same throughout various activities. Code breaking occurs between the person displaying the active literacy event and his/ her audience For example, teacher to student, student to teacher, or student to student interaction

Don’t believe me??? Look for yourself… : 

Don’t believe me??? Look for yourself…

Fluency : 

Fluency A person is fluent if they are able to accurately and efficiently communicate words, ideas, and meanings and understand these same concepts if expressed from someone else One comprehends by listening, watching and focusing on the task at hand. One must intensely engage in the event before them, including forming opinions, strategizing, and brainstorming. When someone does not comprehend it is evident by an incomplete task or task done in the wrong way. Sometimes it is obvious that one did not comprehend because of their reactions. Their body language and facial expressions will give it away. Within the classroom the teacher allows the children to work towards fluency through “hands on” participation using the ELMO and reading/writing while learning to read/write.

What are the Literacy Practices? : 

What are the Literacy Practices? To be successful in the classroom a child must pay attention to the models and instructions that the teacher gives. Have reading and writing skills Social skills for group work and class interactions Self assessing skills are necessary for a child to learn by doing For this first grade class the students must have knowledge acquired from kindergarten. This is the foundation of the information that is to be learned in their current grade level, first The child must be taught how to sound words out and the proper way to create a writing passage and grammar mechanics

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Children should be taught in safe kid friendly environments The teacher should create a space for children to be comfortable enough to take risks Children learn through discovery, hands on, learning by/through doing Children will be more apt to show there competence in learning and understanding by raising their hands and vigorously participating in activities

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation : 

Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation A child is motivated by the idea of being successful in any area and would continue to try hard to keep the same internal satisfaction Positive and negative reinforcement Meeting goals, making good grades, and the idea of expressing their ideas through reading and writing makes students excited and encouraged to strive to do well It is also exciting when a child can display their literacy practices including proper English in their conversations and the ability to use an expanded vocabulary and in having his or her work hanging around the classroom.

Out of school literacy practice : 

Out of school literacy practice Analyzing Football

What does it mean to do literacy in this community??? : 

What does it mean to do literacy in this community??? Texts include: Plays Positions Consequences Teams including players and coaches Score Read text includes: Stats including the players name, number, and accomplishments Yards Scores Gestures Letters What is read/written: Cue cards and teleprompters Announcements and other sports information surrounding the screen books and movie scripts on the topic of football

Vocabulary : 

Vocabulary Touch Down Draft Tackle Scores Stats Standing Teams, Players, Coaches Sacks Interception Rushing yards Receiving yards Defense Offense Downs Fumble Field Goals Penalties and flags

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Who calls the shots?! Teams Players Coaches Rules Access Granted Books, magazines Sports cards Hall of Fames Media including the internet, video games, television and radio Participation

Fluency : 

Fluency A person is fluent if they are able to accurately and efficiently communicate words, ideas, and meanings and understand these same concepts if expressed from someone else. Fluency brings about comprehension in the form of understanding plays and ability to critique. One comprehends by listening, watching and focusing on the task at hand. One must intensely engage in the event before them, including forming opinions, strategizing, and brainstorming. When someone does not comprehend it is evident by an incomplete task or task done in the wrong way. Sometimes it is obvious that one did not comprehend because of their reactions. Their body language and facial expressions will give it away. Conversation and Interaction

What are the literacy practices in this field??? : 

What are the literacy practices in this field??? To be successful one must have knowledge of the game Knowledge of the history, rules, and background information of the sports teams will create and advantage in analyzing football Foundations Will power Motivation from peers, family, and self Taught through action

Say hello to Mr. Kelly : 

Say hello to Mr. Kelly What does it mean to be literate in this field? How did you become literate in this field? How did you practice literacy in this field? Where do you like to practice this field? #62 How often do you practice this type of literacy? Position: OL How do you choose what to watch as it pertains to this field? Who helped you become literate in this field? How long have you been involved in this field and in what ways? How long did it take you to become literate in this field? What outside experiences helped you become literate (prior knowledge)? Would you consider yourself to be fluent and why? How do you talk and write about this field? Where is it appropriate to do so? What skills have you used to become successful in this field? What do you do when you have trouble in this field? How do you feel about this field? What was your motivation that drove you to learn and become successful in this field? How can you tell when others are literate in the field? How can you determine their level of proficiency?

Application : 

Application Cambourne’s Conditions of Learning Whole Language Model Halliday + Model Four-Resource Model Code Breaking Text participant Text User Critical Practices Intertextuality Text to text Text to self Text to world

Relation : 

Relation In any field one must be taught Outside interests such as football may encourage learning in the academic framework, which in turn creates a positive literacy component of comprehension because the individual can relate and apply knowledge of one sphere to attribute to the success of another sphere, which was interesting to talk about in the interview with Mr. Kelly In both fields, learning is based off of a child’s interest