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After English Class

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Angela Harris

on 24 April 2015

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Transcript of After English Class

What Are New-Media Texts?
Why Teach New Media?
"Today, many people get most of their information through complex combinations of text, images and sounds. We need to be able to
navigate
this complex media environment, to
make sense
of the media messages that bombard us every day, and to
express ourselves
using a variety of media tools and technologies."

Media Literacy Project (medialiteracyproject.org)

What is different about reading new-media text?
"...Web 2.0 learners are not passive , nor are they simply consumers. Instead they are constructors of information who, while reading multitudes of sources,
make judgments regarding the validity and connectedness of sources, sites, and information
." pg. 125
Oh So Many Standards...
Thank you!
After English Class
by
Jean Little
As educators, what advice can we take with
us from this poem?
Television Ads
Analyzing and Discussing New-Media Texts
Analyzing Across Different Types of Text
Consumers
Producers
Students as:
and
"Three-dimensional texts are also read left to right and top to bottom, but the reader can also
click on any hyperlink and go deeper
." pg. 126
"Internet reading seems to demand more attempts to
infer, predict, and evaluate reading choice...
" pg. 125
Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf
How does the different media contribute to the meaning and tone of the text?
music
visuals
voices (sound)
Begin with the Details!
Look for specific details:
What characters/people: say/think/do
Relationships
Setting
Time Period
Find Patterns
Which details fit together?

How do they fit together?
New Understanding
Look at the patterns and think about:

Character's/people's
Feelings
Traits
Relationships
Whole Text
Themes
Lessons
What is your new understanding of the song?
Find Patterns
Which words fit together?

How do they fit together?
Who is the target audience? What are the clues?

What "tools of persuasion" are used?
Words that create

strong images
strong emotions
verbs
adverbs
nouns
adjectives
Diverse Media
1st - 3rd grade: website text features

K-5:
Use digital text
Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively, and orally
Make strategic use of digital media and visual displays of data to express information and enhance understanding of presentations
Audio recordings (2-5)
Use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing and to interact and collaborate with others
Keyboarding (3-5)


http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/

Visuals/Photographs
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