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critical literacy introduction

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Eunhye Park

on 4 December 2014

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Transcript of critical literacy introduction

Jane Eyre
Critical Literacy
* Texts are not ideologically neutral!
* Texts represent particular points
of view while silencing others.

1. Class
2. Gender
3. Appearance / Race

* Why is it done this way
and not some other way?
* Who is missing from the text?
* Who is marginalized in the text?
* Who is heroized in the text? (...)
Fairy tales
Wide Sargasso Sea
Critical Literacy
2014 인문사회영재학급
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
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