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Manga literacy 2012

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For Simmons College 2012.

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  • Literally, to read and write -- traditionally privledged written language over everything else\nAs Hollis puts it -- young children think they know how to read -- read the pictures -- but then they’re told they don’t know how to read, and they see it’s true when letter enter into the process\nTaught to think of reading as only words\nNeeds to change:\nSet of skills for interpreting info\nOral/written language, images, symbols, sounds, gestures, videos, etc.\nWill be talking about graphic novels, video games, and online fanfiction as each changes how we read, why we read, and what we read\n
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  • Addresses the phenomenom of American teens becoming fundamentalists, exploring the reasons behind it \n
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  • Yotsuba&!\nBest all ages manga I’ve ever seen, hilarious, sweet\nAdventures of the naïve and irrepressible Yotsuba, a five year old girl, her single dad, and her neighbors\n
  • Yotsuba&!\nBest all ages manga I’ve ever seen, hilarious, sweet\nAdventures of the naïve and irrepressible Yotsuba, a five year old girl, her single dad, and her neighbors\n
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    • 1. Shojo Manga & Symbols presented by Robin Brenner for Simmons College
    • 2. Redefining Literacy Literacy (strict definition) - the ability to read and write Literacy as a set of skills for interpreting information in:• Oral or written language • Equations• Images • Gestures• Symbols • Videos & Animation• Sounds
    • 3. Manga Categories• Shonen = tween and teen boys• Shojo = tween and teen girls• Seinen = men college age & up• Josei = women college age & up
    • 4. Shojo
    • 5. Shojo Shonen
    • 6. Manga subgenres• Career advice • Food Manga• Housewife tales • BL or Yaoi• Salarymen • Memoirs &• Workplace dramas Nonfiction
    • 7. josei josei shonen shojo shonen seinenseinen seinen shonen shonen josei shojoshonen josei shojo josei seinen shonen
    • 8. josei josei shonen shojo shonen seinenseinen seinen shonen shonen josei shojoshonen josei shojo josei seinen shonen
    • 9. Symbols
    • 10. Western Symbols
    • 11. Speech Swearing Thought Dead Western Symbols
    • 12. Japanese Symbols
    • 13. Silence Sweatdrop Ghost Japanese Symbols
    • 14. Japanese Symbols
    • 15. Japanese Symbols
    • 16. ANGER BLUSHING CANINE TOOTH SNORT = One irritated and embarrassed young manJapanese Symbols
    • 17. Action Lines
    • 18. Action Lines
    • 19. Text Bubbles
    • 20. Text Bubbles
    • 21. Flowers & Sparkles
    • 22. Flowers & Sparkles
    • 23. Anger
    • 24. Anger
    • 25. Nosebleed
    • 26. Nosebleed
    • 27. Flashback
    • 28. Exaggeration
    • 29. Exaggeration
    • 30. Aladdin & Jasmine Jafar Sultan Character Types
    • 31. Hisoka Tzusuki Muraki Character Types
    • 32. Panel Transitions
    • 33. Panel Sequences
    • 34. Panel Sequences
    • 35. Panel Sequences