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Putting the Pop in Culture
Transcript of Putting the Pop in Culture
Putting the POP in Culture!
What is pop culture?
"[T]he entirety of ideas, perspectives, attitudes, memes, images and other phenomena that are preferred by an informal consensus within the mainstream of a given culture . . ." ~Wikipedia
by Megan Chambers & Amy Taylor
Lee's Summit West High School
Why should we care?
"...the stunning fact is that we do not fully know what literacy is. The assumption that it is simply a matter of the skills of reading and writing does not even begin to approach the fundamental problem: what are reading and writing for?"
"Transliteracy: Crossing divides by Sue Thomas, Chris Joseh, et al. First Monday, volume 12, number 12, 3 December 2007
"People produce, read, and interpret texts in communities, not in isolation. Communities reach consensus about interpretation...literacy cannot be described, therefore, in broad terms as a set of universal skills and abstractable processes. Rather, literacy is in constant flux and embedded in cultural situations, each situation nuanced and different from others."
"Critical information literacy: implications for instructional practice by James Elmborg. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, vol. 32 number 2, pages 192-199.
The community that surrounds a tv show/movie/book etc. Fanfiction writers, artists, poets, and cosplayers are all members of that fandom. Fandoms often consist of message boards, livejournal communities, and people. ~Urban Dictionary
Roger's Playlist -
Marissa Meyer's Inspiration Playlist - http://www.marissameyer.com/extras/playlist/
Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to
the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety
to life and to everything. ~Plato
"Adult librarians are like lazy bakers: their patrons want a jelly doughnut, so they give them a jelly doughnut. Childrens [YA] librarians are ambitious bakers: 'You like the jelly doughnut? I'll get you a jelly doughnut. But you should try my cruller, too. My cruller is gonna blow your mind, kid'". ~John Green, author
The Common Core State Standards provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn, so teachers and parents know what they need to do to help them
~ Common Core State Standards
Are you a FAN?
Hollywood vs. History
Teen Read Week
Humans vs. Zombies Game Directions: http://goo.gl/niUwh
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Book Trailers on YouTube
Canterbury Tales Project
Book Club Field Trips
What's Playing? display
Movie Premiere Parties
Critical information literacy: implications for instructional practice by James Elmborg. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, vol. 32 number 2, pages 192-199.
"Pop Culture." Wikipedia. Web. 06 Apr. 2013.
"Transliteracy: Crossing divides by Sue Thomas, Chris Joseh, et al. First Monday, volume 12, number 12, 3 December 2007.
"Urban Dictionary: Fandom." Urban Dictionary. Web. 09 Apr. 2013.
Photo Credits-in order of appearance
Daughter of Smoke and Bone Characters
excel - http://goo.gl/ZXz4i
wiki - http://goo.gl/jvC0H
Create Your Own Infographic
Summer Reading Infographic
Come to our other sessions:
W2-Plagiarism Prevention: A Whole School Approach
W4- The Re-Imagined Library