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Using Fanfiction in the Classroom

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we want students to love reading
LIS 585 Final Project:

Using Fanfiction in the Classroom

Fanfiction = f(Potential Fans)
Are our products still competitive?
Presented
By:
Anne
Fetsch

resistance to fanfiction?
we have progress but a long ways to go still!
of
fanfiction
as
the
literature
idea
Anne Jamison
engagement
creativity
how do we get our kids to
read more?
innovation
So what
are the benefits?
way to go...
is the
A Brief History of Fanfiction
1900 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990
radical solution
we can use fanfiction!!
BAKER STREET IRREGULARS
EMERGENCE OF THE FANZINE
BIRTH OF THE INTERNET!
Elizabeth Minkel
leads to
Ownership
x
Copyright
Disclaimer Statement:
These characters are being borrowed
Authors May Use Pseudonym
CHALLENGES
May Cause Job Jepoardy
Resistance from Fanfic Writers
Still Have Hurdles to Overcome!
PSYCHOLOGY
THEORY
Elizabeth Grazzi
f
anfiction
s
erves
d
ual
p
urposes
w
ithin
c
lassrooms
Madelyn Herbert
1
2
ENCOURAGEMENT
CONNECTIONS
Findings:
themeg09
BENEFITS:
Creativity
No wrong answers
Power over text
COMPONENTS:
motifs
symbols
Themes
Character Studies
Grammar
Style of writing
IMPORTANT alert!!
Keep the "fan"
in fanfiction
Christopher
Shamburg
Books on
Approved
List
Books Outside Curriculum
HALFWAY
t
eachers
c
ollege
i
nclusive
c
lassrooms
p
roject (tcicp)
Wealth of Resources
Lesson Plans, Assignments, Ideas
Common Core States
Career Readiness Anchor & Reading Standards
Assessment Purposes
Book Projects, Literary Elements, Grammar
For Students
Constructive Feedback, Community Mentality
Ideas to Use In
The Classroom
Students Write Fanfiction
Pick a Genre:
Missing Scenes,
Alternate Perspective
Alternate Universe
Alternate Reality
Sequels
Prequels
Self Insert
Ask the Students to Respond to Story X
Change the Ending of the Original
Create a New Ending = Beginning of New Fanfiction Story
Example Project
Audio/video clips
mix two shows into one
COPYRIGHT ISSUES
Measure a disclaimer statement
parallels
research
Research Paper:
-> Know ins and outs of topic, do research, be aware of contributors
Fanfiction Story:
-> Know ins and outs of original story and characters, be very familiar with source material
CONCLUSION
Reading
Motivating
Inspiring
Benefits
Challenges
copperbadge. (2013). Appropriation, adaptation, and fanfiction.
The Sundry Times
. Retrieved from http://www.copperbadge.tumblr.com/post/47654078254/appropriation-adaptation-fanfiction
Grazzi, E. (2014). The sociocultural dimension of ELF in the English classroom: a case study on web-mediated activities.
Textus 27
(1).
Herbert, M. (2015, April 16).
Fanfiction and cultural conversations.
Retrieved from http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/question/how-can-fanfiction-studies-enrich-student-learning-classroom-and-within-their-own-readin-10
Jessop, F. (2010). Exploring fandom: Teaching narrative writing through fanfiction: Fay Jessop argues for the place of fanfiction in the writing curriculum, and suggests that getting students to write fanfiction removes some of the fear of original writing, whilst giving status to their own interests in reading and viewing.
English Drama Media 18
. Retrieved from https://www.questia.com/magazine/1G1-242299026/exploring-fandom-teaching-narrative-writing-through
Minkel, E. (2015, March 25).
From the internet to the Ivy League: Fanfiction in the classroom
. Retrieved from http://www.themillions.com/2015/03/from-the-internet-to-the-ivy-league-fanfiction-in-the-classroom.html
Quong, C. (2015, July 15). Issues of ownership, convergence and multimedia [Msg 1]. Message posted to https://eclass.srv.ualberta.ca/mod/forum/disucss.php?d=516029
Roberts, S. (2015, April 16).
Playing with scholarship: Using fanfiction for research writing and understanding.
Retrieved from http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/question/how-can-fanfiction-studies-enrich-student-learning-classroom-and-within-their-own-reading-9
Shamburg, C. (2012, November 23). When the lit hits the fan in teacher education.
School Library Journal.
Retrieved from http://blogs.slj.com/connect-the-pop/2012/11/comics/guest-post-by-christopher-shamburg-when-the-lit-hits-the-fan-in-teacher-education/
Teachers College Inclusive Classrooms Project [TCICP] (n.d.)
Fan fiction: Examples, lessons, and scaffolding
. Retrieved July 27, 2015 from http://www.inclusiveclassrooms.org/inquiries/fan-fiction-examples-lessons-and-scaffolding
themeg09 (2013, April 22).
FanFiction in the classroom – MultiGenre essay
. Retrieved from https://meganlit490.wordpress.com/2013/04/22/fanfiction-in-the-classroom-multigenre-essay/
References
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-> Provides Vygotsky's Zone of Proximal Development
-> Mutual Support
-> Replaces classic individual to content relationship
-> Internet-mediated social network
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