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Reading Goal Presentation

For EDIS 5710

Emily Skiba

on 29 April 2010

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My Reading Goal: A Lesson in Flexibility,Understanding and Choice
by Emily Skiba
The task:

to read one news article daily and one academic article a week, journaling when the content of an article or the process used while reading is provocative or notable. What I read State of the Union China Make Dog and Cat Meat a Delicacy No More Bunch of Phonies Mourn J.D. Salinger Education Chief apologies for ‘dumb thing’ on New Orleans Fatal Luge Crash Video Easily Found Iraq Video Brings Notice to a Web Site Curry Jumps to 21 in U.S. News Rankings Teaching internet literacy strategies: The hero inquiry project Teaching About Web Includes Troublesome Parts Teaching About Web Includes Troublesome Parts …The Internet is where children are growing up. The average young person spends seven and a half hours a day with a computer, television or smart phone, according to a January study from the Kaiser Family Foundation. Considering that the time is mostly outside of school, the results suggest that almost every extracurricular hour is devoted to online life. Common Sense Media emphasizes:
-Identity (self-presentation)
-Privacy (who sees what?)
-Ownership (plagiarism)
-Credibility (legitimate sources)
-Community (how to treat others) He had a real impact on the literary world and on millions of readers," said hot-shot English professor David Clarke, who is just like the rest of them, and even works at one of those crumby schools that rich people send their kids to so they don't have to look at them for four years. "There will never be another voice like his." Which is exactly the lousy kind of goddamn thing that people say, because really it could mean lots of things, or nothing at all even, and it's just a perfect example of why you should never tell anybody anything.
-The Onion Bunch of Phonies Mourn J.D. Salinger If you really want to hear about it, the first thing you'll probably want to know is where I was born and what my lousy childhood was like, and how my parents were occupied and all before they had me, and all that David Copperfield kind of crap, but I don't feel like going into it, if you want to know the truth.
-The Catcher in the Rye how i did frequent revision productivity v. counterproductivity informed habits what i learned importance of student choice flexibility in goal-setting differentiation explicit instruction for media materials staying current Citations:
Stephanie Clifford, “Teaching about Web Includes Troublesome Parts,” The New York Times, 9 April 2010, <http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/09/education/09cyberkids.html>.
A brief quiz:

What is the website responsible for recently leaking a top secret 2007
airstrike video from the War in Iraq?

What 'dumb thing' did the U.S. Education Secretary recently say about
Hurricane Katrina?

Who is Rene Preval?

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