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Transcript of EMY
the music saved my life more than ones it help me when my mom and dad split up and when my grandpa died. Slipknot help me when i needed most if i did not now about slipknot i would not be here to day. Slipknot is a great band they have been with me sis the begging. I wood like to think them for making the music that they do and for being there for there fans you guys or the beast band in the wold thank you slipknot Reading and Writing within the Forbidden City "We must always be impatient about achieveing our dreams and helping students achieve theirs. Yet if we and our students push too hard and too fast for our dreams, we may destroy them. Thus we must be patiently impatient." Literacy is about more than reading or writing – it is about how we communicate in society. It is about social practices and relationships, about knowledge, language and culture.
Those who use literacy take it for granted – but those who cannot use it are excluded from much communication in today’s world. Indeed, it is the excluded who can best appreciate the notion of “literacy as freedom”.
UNESCO, Statement for the United Nations Literacy Decade, 2003–2012 The failure of schools and after-school programs to address the media as predominant language of youth today, or to recognize the social and cultural contexts in which students live, has resulted in a profound disconnect. It’s a disconnect that occurs between the experiences that most students have during their time in school and those they have during their time outside school. Until corrected, this disconnect will lead to the increased alienation of low-income urban youth from the dominant social, political, and economic mainstream Who and what counts as being literate?