Tomorrow's Responses to Literature

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Tomorrow's Responses to Literature

  1. 1. Tomorrow’s Responses to Literature Saturday, March 1, 14
  2. 2. https://todaysmeet.com/ tomorrows-response-toliterature Saturday, March 1, 14
  3. 3. What do we hope you’ll get from our time together? Ideas for applying new media into your own practice to help students show understanding of literature Saturday, March 1, 14
  4. 4. WHAT What understandings do we ask students to show? Saturday, March 1, 14
  5. 5. Key literary concepts from a narrative plot line Exposition Rising Action & Climax Rsolution Saturday, March 1, 14
  6. 6. Fake Facebook Pages Saturday, March 1, 14
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  21. 21. http://blogs.isb.bj.edu.cn/16ashleyw/ 2013/05/19/thats-so-ellie/ Saturday, March 1, 14
  22. 22. Fake Instagram Saturday, March 1, 14
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  54. 54. Fake Text Messages Saturday, March 1, 14
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  60. 60. Other examples (substitution) Saturday, March 1, 14
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  80. 80. WHY Why do our students use new media to show understanding of literature? Saturday, March 1, 14
  81. 81. A few reasons... Public exhibition equals higher quality Authentic audience of peers (local, world) Tech. infusion, building media literacy skills Developing netizenship Sharing and critiquing of peer work; deepening understanding through dialogue (comments) Reading and showing comprehension of literary elements through transfer Writing for an audience Reflecting on self and others in the virtual world Saturday, March 1, 14
  82. 82. Commenting Saturday, March 1, 14
  83. 83. Students are expected to make comments that... ■ Refer to a specific idea of the post. ‘5’ quality specificity means that direct quote(s) whenever possible. ■ Connect to the specific idea above by making a text-to-self, text-to-text, or text-to-world connection. ■ Extend the conversation by asking an open-ended question–that is, a question that cannot be answered with a one-word answer. ■ Have been proofread for clarity and any grammatical errors. As long as they’ve thoroughly fulfilled the expectations above, then they can have some fun with comments, e.g. include acronyms LOL or emoticons :). Saturday, March 1, 14
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  91. 91. How How do students create their multimedia posts? Saturday, March 1, 14
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  110. 110. Chris Herzberg cherzberg@isb.bj.edu.cn Jim Fidler jfidler@isb.bj.edu.cn Saturday, March 1, 14

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