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03 25 2014 _ Brochures for Peer & Self-Assessment _ Wikispaces

03 25 2014 _ Brochures for Peer & Self-Assessment _ Wikispaces

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Published by: Yamith J. Fandiño on Mar 26, 2014
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Presented by:
*Karen Orejarena
Code: 26101090
*Natalia Piñeros
Code: 26101031
*Jennifer Sánchez
Code: 26101270
Presented to:  Yamith Fandiño
“Literacy and technology hold
the power to impact not only the educational system but an
entire society”.
REFERENCES: * Summey, D. (2013). De-veloping digital literacies. A framework for professional learning. USA: CORWIN A Sage company. *Rowsell, J & Walsh, M. (2011). Rethinking Literacy Education in New Times, Multimodality, Multilitera-cies, & New Literacies *Tan, L. (2006). Literacy for the 21
 Century. Singapore: Ministry of Education.
A multiliteracy approach is more than using multi-media to learn language ...
Rethinking Literacy Edu-cation In New Times
Is the way to find new ways to use new technologies and learning. Compound by:
*New Literacies:
-Situations -Subjectivities -Multiple text genres -new technologies - Economic, civic and personal participation in a world community All this with the end of engage students in learning by the use of:
* Multiliteracies:
a pedagogy developed by the new London group (linguistic diversity)
How individuals make meaning with different kinds of models (communication)
*digital communication:
-Reading: respond to animated icons, hyper-text, sound effects -writing: respond to written text as well as
New Literacies In A Digital World Literacy For The 21st Century
The New Literacies are a concept in movement through different dimen-sions:
Digital Literacies: 
*Locating and filtering *Sharing and collaborating *Organizing and creating *Creating and generating *Reusingand repurposing -
Emergent Literacies :
* Computer Literacy * Cultural Literacy * Multimedia Literacy * Network Literacy * Social Literacy * Game Literacy
* Visual Literacy * Web Literacy * Multiliteracies * Information Literacies * New literacies * Digital Literacy
The development of a multi-literacy approach incorporates four critical aspects: 1.Situated Practice 2.Overt Instruction 3.Critical Framing
4.Transformed Practice *A critical literacy approach
built within a pedagogy of multiliteracies is needed to teach students critical reading of multimodal texts having into account The four-tiered ap-proach :
1. Coding Practices 2. Text-Meaning Practices 3. Pragmatic Practices 4. Critical Practices
*ICT can be harnessed to sup-port a social view of language learning: 1. Build authentic and collabora-tive learning environment 2. Provide scaffolds for enhanc-ing learning 3. Provide the means to create multiple and multimodal repre-sentations of understanding
Blogs wikis Twitter facebook Using resour-ces such as: visual modes sound modes word modes animation modes, etc.
This new vision of literacy shows us the ·”DYNAMIC CON-CEPT OF LITERACIES” on this part we can see the variety of
literacies that this paradigm proposes:
Computer Literacy
:The ability to learn and use comput-ers and related technology
Cultural Literacy:
A certain level of exposure and famili-arity with the creative arts
Game Literacy:
Diverse gaming experience and the ability to interpret games in many contexts
Media Literacy:
 Interpreting all meaning contained within media messages
uency across cultures, societies, and technological modalities
Multimedia Literacy:
 Using multimedia tools to convey information effectively
Network Literacy:
 Navigating, interacting, and discerning within virtual and human networks
Social Literacy:
Thriving in diverse social contexts, both online and offline
Visual Literacy;
Drawing meaning from visual depictions; also, to create such imagery
Web Literacy;
 Handling content and collaboration safely and productively online
Information Literacy;
 Locating, interpreting, organizing, and sharing information appropriately
New Literacies;
Online reading comprehension and learn-ing skills; social adaptability
 Digital Literacy;
Working intelligently with digital tools and data
RECONSTRUCTION LITERACY MEANING TRADITIONAL LITERACY : Teach the structures for a high level of speak , read, listening and write skills, this method was used for to know the function of the knowledge. NEW PARDIGM OF LITERACY : Teach for communicate in a new digital world , taking in count different modes of communication (visual graphics, digital stuffs, genres of writing) At the same time it will give as a product a long diversity of text and discourses (MULTILITERACIES).

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