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Multimodal Literacy in the Elementary Classroom
Transcript of Multimodal Literacy in the Elementary Classroom
Multimodal Literacy in the Elementary Classroom!
Sarah Hogg, Tom Malin,
Raelene Steckly, Lauren Tompson, Ashley Vu
What we saw in the classroom
What is it?
Integrating various modes and methods of literacy to develop meaning through utilizing semiotic resources to increase students' comprehension and deepen their understanding.
Books, Newspapers, Videos, Animations, YouTube
Photographs, Signs, fonts, colours
Internet, Oral, Social networks such as Facebook, twitter, blogs
iPads/tablets, Computers, Laptops, Audio recorders, projectors
Take one minute to personally think about examples of multimodal literacy you saw in the classroom
: Turn the person next to you and discuss. Were the methods effective? What would you change?
Share a few examples with the class!
Traditional vs. Technology > Diversity of Types
Appropriate Context > Interactive and Self-Directed
Use in the Classroom > Enhancing Lesson Vs. The Lesson
Accessibility for Students: SES Factors
Relevancy and Familiarity: Home and School
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Positive learning environment
Reaching full potential