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U Learn 2009

  1. 1. The interconnected strands of literacy Presented by Helen Rennie-Younger
  2. 2. The desire to learn is a powerful thing
  3. 3. The interconnected strands of literacy English is structured around two interconnected strands, each encompassing the oral,written and visual forms of the language. The strands differentiate between the modes in which students are primarily: * making meaning of ideas or information they receive (Listening, Reading and Viewing); * creating meaning for themselves and others (Speaking, Writing and Presenting) p18 The New Zealand Curriculum
  4. 4. The importance of oral language when constructing written text
  5. 5. Teacher inquiry
  6. 6. The process Explore wikispace Impact on learners An authentic audience Explore the blog
  7. 7. The process - literacy buddy
  8. 8. Three pictures Word dump The web News plan
  9. 9. Oral planners
  10. 10. News plan Personal recount planners Oral planner Planners for writing
  11. 11. Narrative planners Oral planner Planners for writing
  12. 12. Information report planners Oral planner Planners for writing
  13. 13. Word dump Poetry planners Oral planner Planners for writing
  14. 14. This process takes time
  15. 15. Tool for reflection
  16. 16. Visual images to enhance written text
  17. 17. Rehearsing text ready for recording
  18. 18. Signposts for text construction
  19. 19. Making explicit the links between making meaning and creating meaning- i.e. Text we are reading and text we are constructing
  20. 20. Key note/flip video iMovie
  21. 21. Managing the dark side
  22. 22. http://helenrennie-younger.wikispaces.com/
  23. 23. The quiet child’s hidden talents can shine
  24. 24. The power of having regular opportunities to construct oral text
  25. 25. Matching oral text to written text
  26. 26. Engaging and motivating the reluctant writer
  27. 27. Success for all learners
  28. 28. Supports second language learners in their construction of text
  29. 29. Writing for an authentic audience
  30. 30. What is an authentic audience ?
  31. 31. Our loyal supporters Our buddy class
  32. 32. Making connections
  33. 33. Problem solvers
  34. 34. Adding a little bling to our blog!!
  35. 35. Connecting to others is a source of inspiration and information
  36. 36. Keeping stories alive
  37. 37. Can promote on line conversations
  38. 38. http://2008sunnybrae5.blogspot.com/
  39. 39. Teacher inquiry

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