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Transcript of Multiliteracies
A pedagogy of multiliteracies
Who and what do the meanings refer to?
How are they represented? (through words, images, sound, space & gesture)
How are the meanings are held together?
For whom are the meanings constructed? Why?
an active transformative process
conventions connected to social and cultural purposes
develop skills & strategies for reading new & unfamiliar texts
knowledge processes (experiencing, conceptualising, analysing & applying) (see http://newlearningonline.com/learning-by-design/pedagogy/)
pivotal to the mean-making process
productive, relevant, innovative creative & emancipatory pedagogy
to create an active designer of meaning-making with sensibilities to difference, problem-solving, change & innovation (Kalantzis & Cope, 2012)
The meanings connect who and what together? How?
Where and when are the meanings situated?
EDUC1707 Literacy in Primary & Middle Years Contexts
Kalantzis, M., & Cope, B. (2012). Literacies. Melbourne:
Cambridge University Press.
Blake, B. E., & Blake, R. W. (2002). Literacy and learning: a reference handbook. Santa Barbara, Calif: ABC-CLIO.
Healy, A. (2008). Expanding student capacities: Learning by design pedagogy. In A. Healy (Ed.). Multiliteracies and diversity in education: New pedagogies for expanding landscapes (pp. 2-29). South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
The original term “literacy” was derived from Latin word literatus, which originally meant a learned person (Blake & Blake, 2002).
Kalantzis & Cope (2012)
Kalantzis & Cope (2012