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 Miss Reilly’s 3 rd grade and Photography! Rachael Ruffolo

Observation of Miss Reilly’s 3rd grade classroom:

Observation of Miss Reilly’s 3 rd grade classroom

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School-wide literacy curriculum: The CAFÉ book by “the Sisters” Key Vocabulary: Comprehension, Accuracy, Fluency, Expanding Vocabulary Press play to watch video!

Participation in Mini-Lesson:

Participation in Mini-Lesson

Analysis: Motivation and How Students Learn in this Community:

Analysis: Motivation and How Students Learn in this Community

Observation: a UNC student photographer:

Observation: a UNC student photographer

Parts of the Camera: Aperture:

Parts of the Camera: Aperture

Flash and Shutter Speed:

Flash and Shutter Speed Shutter Speed from fast to slow: 1/2000 1/1500  1/1000  1/750  1/500  1/350  1/250  1/180  1/125  1/90  1/60  1/45  1/30

How to get a Photo Correctly Exposed: F-Stop:

How to get a Photo Correctly Exposed: F-Stop Aperture Shutter Speed Slow (1/30 sec) Overexposed — a slow shutter speed and small f-stop will both let in more light . Correct— a slow shutter speed lets in more light, but a large f-stop lets in less. Fast (1/1000 sec) Correct — a fast shutter speed lets in less light, but a small f-stop lets in more. Underexposed)— a fast shutter speed and large f-stop both let in less light. Small f-stop (f4.5) Large f-stop (f22)

Participation: UNC Crew Lake:

Participation: UNC Crew Lake Press play to watch video!

Crew Pictures: Gel Cover:

Crew Pictures: Gel Cover

Professional Photographer:

Professional Photographer Nicholas Sparks!

Editing:

Editing

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Analysis: Putting it all together:

Analysis: Putting it all together White Balance: How the color of light can change your photographs Color Temperature ( K ) Light Source 1500 Candle 3200 Sunrise and sunset 3400 Tungsten lamp 5500 Natural daylight 6000 Overcast sky 8000 Shade on a sunny day 12,000 Blue sky

Comparing In and Out of School Literary Practices:

Comparing In and Out of School Literary Practices Similarities Authentic Literary Engagements Learn best by actually participating Have to constantly update practices to change with the times Variety of Texts and Terminology Differences Read/Write-based versus Oral learning Knowledge given during lesson versus prior background knowledge Teacher led versus more individual choice