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"Literacy Practices" by David Barton & Mary Hamilton" EIIW C

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Transcript of "Literacy Practices" by David Barton & Mary Hamilton" EIIW C

"Literacy Practices" by David Barton & Mary Hamilton" EIIW CHP 2
"...literacy is a social practice..." (21)
"...literacy practices are what people do with literacy" (22).
"...literacy events are activities where literacy has a role" (23).
**See Figure1.1 Literacy as social practice on pages 22-23***
Figure 1.1 Literacy as Social Practice PG 22-23 EIIW
Literacy is best understood as a set of social practices: these can be inferred from events which are mediated by written texts.
Figure 1.1 Literacy as Social Practice PG 22-23 EIIW
"There are different literacies associated with different domains of life."
Figure 1.1 Literacy as Social Practice PG 22-23 EIIW
"Literacy practices are patterned by social institutions and power relationships, and some literacies are more dominant, visible and influential than others."
Figure 1.1 Literacy as Social Practice PG 22-23 EIIW
"Literacy practices are purposeful and embedded in broader social goals and a cultural practices."

Figure 1.1 Literacy as Social Practice PG 22-23 EIIW
"Literacy is historically situated."
"Literacy practices change and new ones are frequently acquired through processes of informal learning and sense making."
Figure 1.1 Literacy as Social Practice PG 22-23 EIIW
Literacy practice: What is the context and motivation?
Discussion Question from page 33:
5. Barton and Hamilton provide six propositions of the social theory of literacy. How might you use these six propositions as a framework for your own study? In other words, what do you learn from these propositions that affects what, who, and where you will complete your research.
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