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Media Literacy Reference
Debates continue in public and in educational policy forums about the ‘basics’ of literacy while many have not recognized that these basics may never be the same again. Rapid changes in digital communication provide facilities for reading and writing to be combined with various and often quite complex aspects of...
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  • Kucirkova, N.
  • Messer, D.
  • Sheehy, K.
  • Flewitt, R.
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Little is known about how specific iPad applications affect parent–child story-sharing interactions. This study utilises a case-study approach to provide an insight into the patterns of interaction, which emerge when a mother and her 33-month-old daughter share a self-created, audio-visual ‘iPad story’. Multimodal analysis allowed us to gain insights into...
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This paper reports a study that examines the integration of tablet technologies such as iPads into literacy lessons to investigate how reading and meaning-making occur within this digital medium. Specifically in this paper, we discuss the concept of reading paths as applied to physical and cognitive planes of meaning-making. The...
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Presents information on Miss Moonbeam, a mannequin used to promote reading in a middle school in Kansas. Role of Miss Moonbeam as an artifact of a media-literate society; History of the mannequin; Examples of materials used in classrooms that provide lessons for students about living in a media-literate society....
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The article talks about the representations of critical media literacy in the film "Pump Up the Volume," starring Christian Slater. The main character of Hard Harry can be seen as using the medium of radio to launch a profound critique of school policy through his engagement with the guidance counselor....
Media Literacy Reference
Discusses the essence of the fandom of reading alternative popular text which can be use as a route to connecting students' out-of-school lives. Definition of fandom; View of fandom and reading; Complication of the notion of a unified audience.
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Examines the link between media literacy and Louise Rosenblatt's transactional theory of reading. Definition of reading; Approaches to media literacy; Development of media-related standards as part of language arts curricula.
Media Literacy Reference
In this article, the author demonstrates how pre-service English teachers applied their own out of school media literacy practices (e.g. participation in social network sites and practices associated with remix) to their developing teaching practices. This research is informed by a growing body of work in media literacy that theorizes...
Media Literacy Reference
The ability to read and write, i.e. literacy, was once considered a trade secret by the professional scribes who depended on it for job security. The ability to read and write is still the most commonly understood notion of literacy, but technological developments require that the definition of literacy be...
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"This article questions the relationships between literacy, media literacy and media education. In the process, we connect the findings from a range of our ethnographic research and use these to propose new forms of practice for critical media literacy. By ‘after the media’, we do not...
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