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21st Century Literacy

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  • 1. Welcome to 21 st Century Literacy! Ms. Jankowski South View Middle School Room 115 [email_address]
  • 2. WHY 21 st Century Literacy?
    • “ If you lack the technical skills to utilize these communications tools [the Internet, and “Web 2.0"], you can't participate online and catalyze civic influence…
  • 3.
    • And if you lack the media literacy skills to understand how other people are creating content or what their underlying motivations are, you face the possibility of being manipulated .
  • 4.
    • As Spiderman learned again and again, with great power comes great responsibility .
  • 5.
    • The Internet is a powerful tool , and if you don’t learn how to use it effectively, you yourself may end up being used .”
    - Andy Carver, host of PBS’s learning.now blog
  • 6. 21 st Century Literacy IS:
    • The ability to access, analyze, evaluate, and create messages while using a variety of mass media and technological tools.
  • 7. 21 st Century Literacy IS:
    • Critical Thinking
    • “ Reading” Strategies
    • Inquiry and Questioning
    • Innovation and Creativity
    • Reflecting
    • Life and Career Goals
  • 8. 21 st Century Literacy IS:
    • Language Arts (Reading, Research, Media)
    • Interdisciplinary (Technology)
    • Teamwork (Teachers, Counselors, Technology Integrationists, Literacy Coaches...Students and Parents)
    • New!
    • Fun!!
    • Relevant!!!
  • 9.
    • The greatest digital divide is between those who can read and write with media , and those who can't ... Our core knowledge needs to belong to everybody .
    — Elizabeth Daley, Dean, USC School of Cinema-Television
  • 10. 21 st Century Literacy is NOT:
    • LRT
    • (Only) a reading strategies or research course.
    • (Only) a technology course.
    • Language Arts Standards for Media Literacy
    • Web 2.0 are the TOOLS to show understanding of the CONTENT and application of SKILLS
    • “ Easy”
    • Accessible Content
    • Relevant Skills
    • Extra
    • Language Arts Department
    • Interdisciplinary Applications
  • 11.
    • Our mission should be about the quality of education, not the quantity of computers. We must focus on how we use technology to get results .
    • — Rod Paige, former U.S. Secretary of Education
  • 12. 21CL Content
    • 5 Major Units of Study
    • Rhetoric and Research on Controversial Topics
    • Communicating Successfully in the 21 st Century
    • Media Literacy and Media Ethics
    • Life Skills and Career Exploration (on-going, Naviance)
    • Culminating Project
  • 13. 21CL Key Questions
    • What is your role and what are your responsibilities as a literate person in the 21 st Century?
    • How does your learning style, interests, and strengths impact how you interact with the world—past, present, and future?
  • 14. 21CL Resources
    • Fluid, Current
    • Short Stories in Science Fiction Genre
    • Non-fiction Articles
    • Advertisements, Commercials, “Pop” Media
    • Web 2.0 Tools
    • - Connect People Globally  Flat World
    • - Ex: wiki, blog, podcast, slideshare, voicethread, movies
  • 15.
    • 21st Century Literacy ReCap

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