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  • 1. Literacy of the CenturyPresented by Kellie, Nari and Kerri.
  • 2.
  • 3. Welcome to our Contestants
    Mrs. Knowall
    &
    Miss Knowsmore
  • 4. VisualDigitalMultiliteracy
  • 5.
  • 6. Cultural & Linguistic DiversityMultimedia & TechnologyCritical Literacy
  • 7. Multimedia & Technology
  • 8. Mutlimedia
    Wiki’s
    Blogs
    Webquests
    Mobile Phones
    Avatars
    Learning Management Systems
    YouTube
    PowerPoint's
    Interactive Games
    Audio Books
    iPods
    WebSliders
    Internet
    Podcasts
    Interactive Whiteboards
  • 9. 3 Week Bear Hunt
  • 10. 3 Week Bear HuntScamper Technique Avatars
  • 11. Reference ListAnstey, M., & Bull, G. (2004). The Literacy Labyrinth (2nd ed.). French’s Forest, NSW, Australia: Pearson Education Australia. Anstey, M., & Bull, G. (2004). Teaching and Learning Multiliteracies: Changing Times, Changing Literacies. Retrieved July 29, 2009, from http://www.reading.org/Library/Retrieve.cfm?D=10.1598/0872075863.2&F=bk586-2-Anstey.pdf Barratt-Pugh, C. & Rohl, M. (2000). Literacy Learning: In the early years. Crows Nest, NSW, Australia: Allen & Unwin. Cope, B., & Kalantzis, M. (Eds.). (2000). Multiliteracies: Literacy learning and the design of social futures. Melbourne, Australia: MacMillan. Education Queensland. (2002). Literate Futures Project: Literate Futures: Reading. Coorparoo, QLD, Australia: AccessEd. Franganheim, E. (2006).Reflections on classroom thinking strategies: (9th Ed.). Loganholme, QLD, Australia: Rodin Educational Publishing. Kress, G. (2003). English in the media age. New York: Routledge.  Prensky, M. (2005). Engage Me or Enrage Me - What today's learners demand. Retrieved July 29, from, http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/erm0553.pdf Queensland Studies Authority (QSA). Queensland Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Framework. Spring Hill, QLD, Australia: The office of the Queensland Studies Authority. Smith, R., Lynch, D., & Knight. B. (2007). Learning Management: Transitioning Teachers for national change and international change. Frenchs Forest, NSW, Australia: Pearson Education Australia.  Unsworth, L. (2001). Teaching multiliteracies across the curriculum: Changing contexts of text and image in classroom practice. Buckingham: Open University Press.Walsh, M. (2005). Multimodal Learning Environments. Retrieved August 1, 2009, from, http://74.125.153.132/search?q=cache:R_0xJruxh-cJ:www.slav.schools.net.au/downloads/08pastpapers/13think/multimodal.ppt+what+is+multimodal++maureen+walsh&cd=9&hl=en&ct=clnk&client=safari Winch, G., Ross Johnston, R., March, P., Ljungdahl, L. & Holliday, M. (2006). Literacy: Reading, Writing and Children’s Literature (3rd ed.). South Melbourne, Vic, Australia: Oxford University Press.
  • 12. We’re going on a Bear Hunt
    By Michael Rosen
  • 13. Uh-uh! Grass!
    Long wavy grass.
    We can’t go over it.
    We can’t go under it
    We’re going on a bear hunt.We’re going to catch a big one.What a beautiful day!We’re not scared.
    Oh no!
    We’ve got to go through it!
    Swishy swashy!
    Swishy swashy!
    Swishy swashy!
  • 14. We’re going on a bear hunt.We’re going to catch a big one.What a beautiful day!We’re not scared.
    Uh-uh! A river.
    A deep cold river
    We can’t go over it.
    We can’t go under it
    Oh no!
    We’ve got to go through it!
    Splash splosh!
    Splash splosh!
    Splash splosh!
  • 15. We’re going on a bear hunt.We’re going to catch a big one.What a beautiful day!We’re not scared.
    Uh-uh! Mud.
    Thick oozy mud
    We can’t go over it.
    We can’t go under it
    Oh no!
    We’ve got to go through it!
    Squelch squerch!
    Squelch squerch!
    Squelch squerch!
  • 16. We’re going on a bear hunt.We’re going to catch a big one.What a beautiful day!We’re not scared.
    Uh-uh! A forest.
    A big dark forest
    We can’t go over it.
    We can’t go under it
    Oh no!
    We’ve got to go through it!
    Stumble trip!
    Stumble trip!
    Stumble trip!
  • 17. We’re going on a bear hunt.We’re going to catch a big one.What a beautiful day!We’re not scared.
    Uh-uh! A snowstorm.
    A swirling whirling snowstorm.
    We can’t go over it.
    We can’t go under it
    Hoooo wooo!
    Hoooo wooo!
    Hoooo wooo!
    Oh no!
    We’ve got to go through it!
  • 18. We’re going on a bear hunt.We’re going to catch a big one.What a beautiful day!We’re not scared.
    Uh-uh! A cave.
    A narrow gloomy cave.
    We can’t go over it.
    We can’t go under it
    Oh no!
    We’ve got to go through it!
    Tiptoe!
    Tiptoe!
    Tiptoe!
  • 19. One shiny wet nose!
    IT’S A BEAR !!!!
    Two big furry ears!
    Two big goggly eyes!
  • 20. Quick! Back through the cave! Tiptoe! Tiptoe! Tiptoe!
    Back through the snowstorm! Hoooo woooo! Hoooo woooo!
  • 21. Back through the forest! Stumble trip! Stumble trip
    Back through the mud! Squelch squerch! Squelch squerch!
  • 22. Back through the river! Splash splosh! Splash splosh!
    Back through the grass! Swishy swashy! Swishy swashy!
  • 23. Oh no!
    We forgot to shut the door.
    Back downstairs.
    Shut the door.
    Back upstairs.
    Into the bedroom.
    Into bed.
    Under the covers.
    Get to our front door.
    Open the door.
    Up the stairs.
  • 24. We’re not going on a bear hunt again.

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