in and out-of-school literacy

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In and Out-of-School Literacy Practices : 

In and Out-of-School Literacy Practices Lori Fisher EDUC413 Fall 2010

In-School Literacy : 

For my in-school literacy analysis, I observed and assisted the children during writers’ workshop time. The children are currently in 3rd grade at Morris Grove Elementary School and they spend every morning from 8:10-9:10am doing writing. In-School Literacy

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On my 8th birthday, I woke up very early to clean my room before my party began. Its my Birthday!!

In-School Participation : 

To participate in writers’ workshop I walked around and helped the kids when they had questions. I also conferenced with a few of the students to help them revise their first draft, when the teacher asked me to. In-School Participation

In-School Analysis : 

What does it mean to do literacy in this community? Texts: writing journals, drafts and final stories Key Vocabulary: prompt, draft, revision, details, writing conference Code Breaking: integrated approach Fluency Bottom-Up Theory In-School Analysis

In-School Analysis : 

What are the literacy practices in this community? Skills necessary: Reading prompt, planning story, writing story Prior knowledge: how to plan, how to write, how to revise, how to re-write How should these practices be taught? Gradual learning, teaching as we go method In-School Analysis

Out-of-School Literacy : 

For my out-of-school literacy analysis, I observed various cheerleading practices at Elite Cheer and Dance gym in Raleigh. Out-of-School Literacy

Out-of-School Participation : 

Because I wasn’t able to do the stunts and tumbling with the cheerleaders, I wasn’t able to fully “participate” in this environment. Instead, I learned how to count the music and learned the goals of the teams I was watching. Out-of-School Participation

Out-of-School Analysis : 

What does it mean to do literacy in this community? Texts: score sheet, banners, music Key Vocabulary: routine, stunts, jumps tumbling, basket toss, full, formation, marking and full out Code Breaking: prescriptive and integrated approach Fluency Skills-Based Approach Out-of-School Analysis

Out-of-School Analysis : 

What are the literacy practices in this classroom literacy activity? Skills necessary: ability to count and comprehend the timing of the music, read and comprehend the score sheet How should these practices be taught? Gradually Out-of-School Analysis

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