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->''How does Malcolm X define literacy?''[[<<]]

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'''In class:''' Journal prompt; Reading strategies; Discuss literacy; introduce Project 1 Literacy Narrative

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'''In class:''' Discuss Malcolm X reading; Reading strategies; Discuss literacy; introduce Project 1 Literacy Narrative

'''Discussion on "Learning to Read"
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*Brainstorming activity due: 1-2 pages of text (apply ideas from Malcolm X reading as well as Deborah Brandt reading.)
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*Brainstorming activity due: 1-2 pages of text (also apply ideas from Malcolm X reading as well as Deborah Brandt reading.)
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Intro Ch. 3, : How Have You Become the Reader and Writer You Are Today? (328-330)[[<<]]
Deborah Brandt, of (331-352)

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*Refresh: Intro Ch. 3, : How Have You Become the Reader and Writer You Are Today? (328-330)[[<<]]
*Read: Deborah Brandt, of (331-352)[[<<]]
*Brainstorming activity due
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"In fact, prison enabled me to study far more intensively than I would have if my life had gone differently and I had attended some college?" (p.360)
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Malcolm X expresses, "In fact, prison enabled me to study far more intensively than I would have if my life had gone differently and I had attended some college?" (360)
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%green%'''Exercise:'''

Read and apply Intensive Strategy to this quote:

"In fact, prison enabled me to study far more intensively than I would have if my life had gone differently and I had attended some college?" (p.360)
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How do members of discourse communities communicate within the structures of their domain?

'''''Discussion''''': What kind of discourse communities are you in? Are there rules? What constitutes membership within your discourse community?

'''''Activity''''': Show film clip of Dog Town & Z-Boys to illustrate how different discourse communities communicate within their respective domains and with other discourse communities. %red%''Watch for instances of transfer, change, discourse communities, and rules.''

'''''Objective:''''' Literacy can facilitate access or opportunity into other discourse communities. Literacy also empowers human beings with the capacity to change or individuate communities.
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''Discussion'': What kind of discourse communities are you in? Are there rules? What constitutes membership within your discourse community?

''Activity'': Show film clip of Dog Town & Z-Boys to illustrate how different discourse communities communicate within their respective domains and with other discourse communities. %red%''Watch for instances of transfer, change, discourse communities, and rules.''

''Objective:'' Literacy can facilitate access or opportunity into other discourse communities. Literacy also empowers human beings with the capacity to change or individuate communities.
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'''''Discussion''''': What kind of discourse communities are you in? Are there rules? What constitutes membership within your discourse community?

'''''Activity''''': Show film clip of Dog Town & Z-Boys to illustrate how different discourse communities communicate within their respective domains and with other discourse communities. %red%''Watch for instances of transfer, change, discourse communities, and rules.''

'''''Objective:''''' Literacy can facilitate access or opportunity into other discourse communities. Literacy also empowers human beings with the capacity to change or individuate communities.
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What is Literacy?
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!%green%Project 1 - Literacy Narrative
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'''HW due 8/30:'''
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'''In class:''' Journal prompt; Discuss literacy; Reading strategies

'''Journal Prompt:'''

'''Teaching Point:''' Reading Strategies

* Teach critical reading overtly: ''"When you read this, think about XXX." Give a purpose to reading.''
* Questioning: ''prompts, quizzes, etc.''
* Modeling: ''Reading aloud in class. Talk about how you're reading. What are you thinking? "think aloud protocol"''
* Intensive Strategies: ''Reading guides built of statements, not questions.''
->a. Level 1: Reading the lines (main ideas) - true/false, factual information, w/page reference
->b. Level 2: Read between the lines (inference) - This is valid or not. Provide evidence to support.
->c. Level 3: Read beyond the lines. Students make connections to other readings, course content or lived experience. Students must provide evidence to support.
* Discourse Synthesis

'''Teaching point:''' What is Literacy?

How do members of discourse communities communicate within the structures of their domain?

''Discussion'': What kind of discourse communities are you in? Are there rules? What constitutes membership within your discourse community?

''Activity'': Show film clip of Dog Town & Z-Boys to illustrate how different discourse communities communicate within their respective domains and with other discourse communities. %red%''Watch for instances of transfer, change, discourse communities, and rules.''

''Objective:'' Literacy can facilitate access or opportunity into other discourse communities. Literacy also empowers human beings with the capacity to change or individuate communities.


'''HW due 8/30:'''

Intro Ch. 3, : How Have You Become the Reader and Writer You Are Today? (328-330)[[<<]]
Deborah Brandt, of (331-352)

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