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Increasing Engagement and Improving Outcomes<br />1. What does it mean to be a teacher of Literacy now and why should I bo...
We are all teachers of literacy?<br />
‘there is no reading or writing in any meaningful sense outside social practices.’  (Knobel and Lankshear,2007, p2)<br />L...
dynamic<br />‘there is no reading or writing in any meaningful sense outside social practices.’  (Knobel and Lankshear,200...
dynamic<br />is a social practice<br />‘the demand is to re-examine what being literate means today.” Healy 2008 p6<br />‘...
dynamic<br />is a social practice<br />‘the demand is to re-examine what being literate means today.” Healy 2008 p6<br />i...
dynamic<br />is a social practice<br />‘the demand is to re-examine what being literate means today.” Healy 2008 p6<br />i...
dynamic<br />is a social practice<br />‘the demand is to re-examine what being literate means today.” Healy 2008 p6<br />i...
dynamic<br />is a social practice<br />needs<br />to be reassessed<br />inclusive + differentiated<br />Literacy<br />buil...
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First presentation in a full day workshop about literacy, multiliteracy and transforming practice.

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Literacy presentation 1

  1. 1. Increasing Engagement and Improving Outcomes<br />1. What does it mean to be a teacher of Literacy now and why should I bother about creating an environment of multiliteracy in my classroom?<br />2. How can I ensure that my classroom reflects current pedagogy surroundingMultiliteracies?<br />3. How can I increase engagement and improve student outcomes?<br />
  2. 2. We are all teachers of literacy?<br />
  3. 3. ‘there is no reading or writing in any meaningful sense outside social practices.’ (Knobel and Lankshear,2007, p2)<br />Literacy and literate practices are dynamic.<br />(Anstey and Bull, 2006)<br />‘the demand is to re-examine what being literate means today.” Healy 2008 p6<br />‘literacy has been divisive until this time, creating the ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’ of society.’ Anstey and Bull, 2006, p.4<br />Literacy<br />- Crucial link between ‘lifeworld’ and the world of school – failing to make that link in the classroom is failing to engage. If we don’t make the connection, we can’t help students to transfer learning across domains. (Anstey and Bull, 2006)<br />To be active citizens, we need to be highly literate.<br />(Healy, 2008)<br />
  4. 4. dynamic<br />‘there is no reading or writing in any meaningful sense outside social practices.’ (Knobel and Lankshear,2007, p2)<br />‘the demand is to re-examine what being literate means today.” Healy 2008 p6<br />‘literacy has been divisive until this time, creating the ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’ of society.’ Anstey and Bull, 2006, p.4<br />Literacy<br />- Crucial link between ‘lifeworld’ and the world of school – failing to make that link in the classroom is failing to engage. If we don’t make the connection, we can’t help students to transfer learning across domains. (Anstey and Bull, 2006)<br />To be active citizens, we need to be highly literate.<br />(Healy, 2008)<br />
  5. 5. dynamic<br />is a social practice<br />‘the demand is to re-examine what being literate means today.” Healy 2008 p6<br />‘literacy has been divisive until this time, creating the ‘haves’ and ‘have nots’ of society.’ Anstey and Bull, 2006, p.4<br />Literacy<br />- Crucial link between ‘lifeworld’ and the world of school – failing to make that link in the classroom is failing to engage. If we don’t make the connection, we can’t help students to transfer learning across domains. (Anstey and Bull, 2006)<br />To be active citizens, we need to be highly literate.<br />(Healy, 2008)<br />
  6. 6. dynamic<br />is a social practice<br />‘the demand is to re-examine what being literate means today.” Healy 2008 p6<br />inclusive + differentiated<br />Literacy<br />- Crucial link between ‘lifeworld’ and the world of school – failing to make that link in the classroom is failing to engage. If we don’t make the connection, we can’t help students to transfer learning across domains. (Anstey and Bull, 2006)<br />To be active citizens, we need to be highly literate.<br />(Healy, 2008)<br />
  7. 7. dynamic<br />is a social practice<br />‘the demand is to re-examine what being literate means today.” Healy 2008 p6<br />inclusive + differentiated<br />Literacy<br />relevant<br />To be active citizens, we need to be highly literate.<br />(Healy, 2008)<br />
  8. 8. dynamic<br />is a social practice<br />‘the demand is to re-examine what being literate means today.” Healy 2008 p6<br />inclusive + differentiated<br />Literacy<br />builds citizenship<br />relevant<br />
  9. 9. dynamic<br />is a social practice<br />needs<br />to be reassessed<br />inclusive + differentiated<br />Literacy<br />builds citizenship<br />relevant<br />

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