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Where We Are Today:

Literacy in 2010

Part 1

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What We Know

•Literacy in 2010 is different than it was in 1990


or even in 2000
•Literacy is evolving more rapidly than ever before

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What We Know
Kindergartner Reading Online

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What We Know
Kindergartner Reading Online

http://en.childrenslibrary.org/
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What We Know
Kindergartner Reading Online

http://en.childrenslibrary.org/
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What We Know
Undergraduate Reading & Writing Online

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How Literacy is Changing
The tools are changing

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How Literacy is Changing
The tools are changing

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How Literacy is Changing
The purposes & audiences are changing

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How Literacy is Changing
The purposes & audiences are changing

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How Literacy is Changing
The strategies & skills are changing

Reading Offline

Comprehension

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(Hartman, Morsink & Zheng, 2010)
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How Literacy is Changing

Reading Online
Comprehension

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How Literacy is Changing
The strategies & skills are changing

Book Internet

Internet Naive

Internet Savvy

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How Literacy is Changing
The habits & dispositions are changing

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(Generation M2/Kaiser Foundation, 2010)
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How Literacy is Changing
The habits & dispositions are changing

•64% of American teens are online creators


•35% of girls online blog
•20% of boys online blog
•50% of online teens read blogs

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How Literacy is Changing
The pedagogies are changing
Reciprocal Teaching Internet Reciprocal Teaching
(Offline)

Questioning Questioning

Predicting Locating

Clarifying Evaluating

Summarizing Synthesizing

Communicating
(Palincsar & Brown, 1984)

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How Literacy is Changing
The pedagogies are changing
Reciprocal Teaching Internet Reciprocal Teaching
(Offline)

Questioning Questioning

Predicting Locating

Clarifying Evaluating

Summarizing Synthesizing

Communicating
(Palincsar & Brown, 1984) (Leu, Castek, Hartman, Coiro, Henry, Kulikowich & Lyver, 2005)
(McVerry, Zawilinski & O’Byrne, 2009)
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How Literacy is Changing
The pedagogies are changing

Internet Reciprocal Teaching

http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational_leadership/sept09/vol67/num01/Navigating_the_Cs_of_Change.aspx
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How Literacy is Changing
The definitions and standards are changing
1985 2010
Definition Framework
• Reading as one communication
“Reading is the process of
process
constructing meaning from written
• Reading in a specific context
text.”
• Reading for a specific purpose
• Reading a specific genre

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How Literacy is Changing
The definitions and standards are changing
1985 2010

Definition Framework
• Reading as one process
•“Reading is the process of constructing • Reading of multiple, multi-modal texts
meaning from written text.” • Reading in a specific context
• Reading for a specific purpose
• Reading a specific genre

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How Literacy is Changing
The assessments are changing

2009
PISA Reading Literacy

http://erasq.acer.edu.au/
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Where We Are Today
Changing ...
• Tools

• Purposes & Audiences Reading Offline

Comprehension

• Strategies & Skills

• Habits & Dispositions

• Pedagogies Reading Online


Comprehension

Book Internet

• Definitions & Standards


Internet Naive

• Assessments
Internet Savvy

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Activity

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Tri-Fold Activity
Handout

•I’m excited about ...

•I’m concerned about ...

http://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AXHDHfCSOD84ZGQ4OGJjNnpfOThjZGZnZzZnbg&hl=en
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Tri-Fold Activity
Task
•Write in Principal panel:
•- “3 things I’m excited about literacy today”
•- “3 things I’m concerned about literacy today”
•Write in Teacher panel (+ and -)
•Write in Student panel (+ and -)
•Share with neighbor

http://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AXHDHfCSOD84ZGQ4OGJjNnpfOThjZGZnZzZnbg&hl=en
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Q&A

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