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  • 1. Critical Literacy is…
  • 2. • “To critique and engage society along with its inequalities and injustices” (Kretovics, 1985, in Shor, 1999). • “An attitude that readers, listeners, and viewers bring to bear as they interact with texts” (“Connecting Practice and Research”, 2009).
  • 3. “Second guessing, reading against the grain, asking hard and harder questions, seeing underneath, behind, and beyond texts, trying to see and ‘call’ how these texts establish and use power over us, over others, on whose behalf, in whose interests.” (Luke, 2004)
  • 4. • Challenging common assumptions and values • Exploring multiple perspectives, and imagining those that are absent or or silenced • Examining relationships, particularly those involving differences in power • Reflecting on and using literacy practices to take action for social justice Principles of Critical Literacy
  • 5. Key Message “Critical Literacy views readers as active participants in the reading process and invites them to move beyond passively accepting the text’s message to question, examine, or dispute the power relations that exist between readers and authors. It focuses on issues of power and promotes reflection, transformation, and action.” (Freire, 1970)
  • 6. “ Critical literacy deepens understanding of ideas and information in all curricular areas, including language, environment, politics, science, health, ec onomics, and history. Critical literacy involves understanding that readings of texts are shaped by the attitudes and values that readers bring to them, even as texts influence and ‘construct’ readers’ responses.” (“Connecting Practice and Research”, 2009). Why Teach Critical Literacy?
  • 7. As Green (2001) states: “The literate individual is someone who knows that there is more than one version available…” Critical literacy involves imagining multiple perspectives and possibilities and using literacy as an agent of social change .
  • 8. Reference Connecting Practice and Research: Critical Literacy Guide. (2009). Retrieved from www.edugains.ca/ resourcesLIT/.../Critical_Literacy_Guide.pdf

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