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Title: Making Connections between Film and Literacy


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Making Connections between Film and Literacy
  • Rick Kern
  • UC Berkeley

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Reality Created Texts
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Print and film media
  • Is media literacy a threat to print literacy
    ?

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5 traits of textualization
  • it realigns reality along axes of space and time
  • it makes an event identifiable as the same at
    each viewing
  • it dissociates the meaning of an event from both
    the participants and the authors intentions
  • it extends the importance of the event beyond its
    original context
  • it makes the meaning of the event accessible to
    multiple audiences.
  • Kramsch Anderson (1999, p. 34)

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Mary heard the ice cream man coming.
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Mary heard the ice cream man coming. She
remembered the pocket money.
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Mary heard the ice cream man coming. She
remembered the pocket money. She rushed into the
house.
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Mary heard the ice cream man coming. She
remembered the pocket money. She rushed into the
house. And locked the door.
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Literacy involves
  • Interpretation

Seven Principles
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Literacy involves
  • Interpretation
  • Collaboration

Seven Principles
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Literacy involves
  • Interpretation
  • Collaboration
  • Conventions

Seven Principles
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Literacy involves
  • Interpretation
  • Collaboration
  • Conventions
  • Cultural knowledge

Seven Principles
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Literacy involves
  • Interpretation
  • Collaboration
  • Conventions
  • Cultural knowledge
  • Problem solving

Seven Principles
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Literacy involves
  • Interpretation
  • Collaboration
  • Conventions
  • Cultural knowledge
  • Problem solving
  • Reflection and self-reflection

Seven Principles
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Literacy involves
  • Interpretation
  • Collaboration
  • Conventions
  • Cultural knowledge
  • Problem solving
  • Reflection and self-reflection
  • Language use

Seven Principles
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Elements to be taught
  • Language
  • Conventions
  • Cultural knowledge

Content
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in conjunction with the processes of
  • Interpretation
  • Collaboration
  • Problem solving
  • Reflection

Processes
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Curricular Components
  • Situated Practice
  • Overt Instruction
  • Critical Framing
  • Transformed Practice

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Situated practice Overt instruction Critical framing Transformed practice
Freewriting v
Directed Viewing/Reading v (v) (v)
Letter writing v (v)
Journal writing v (v) (v)
Creative writing v (v)
Readers Theater v (v) v
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Situated practice Overt instruction Critical framing Transformed practice
Focusing on relationships v v (v) (v)
Mapping (v) v (v)
Revising and editing (v) v (v)
Textual Comparisons v v v
Teaching genres v (v) (v)
Use of models v (v) (v)
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Situated practice Overt instruction Critical framing Transformed practice
Critical Focus Questions (v) (v) v (v)
Précis v
Shifting contextual parameters v
Summary Writing (v) v v v
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Situated practice Overt instruction Critical framing Transformed practice
Translation (v) (v) v
Dialogic Transformations (v) (v) (v) v
Stylistic reformulation (v) (v) v
Genre reformulation (v) (v) v
Inventing story continuations (v) (v) v
Writing for speaking (v) (v) (v) v
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Matrix exploring magical realism
Plausible Event Implausible Result
Tita already crying as she emerged at birth. (6) Nacha swept the residue of tears enough salt to fill a ten pound sack. (6)
To make the cake for Pedro and Rosauras wedding, Tita and Nacha (25) Rosaura eats the cake and leaves, swept away by a raging rotting river of other peoples vomit (40)
Swaffar Arens (2005)
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Matrix exploring cultural patterns
Social Power Exercised Resistance Undertaken
Mamá Elena You being the youngest daughter means you have to take care of me until the day I die. (10) Tita wanted to know who started this family tradition? What happens to women who cant have children? (11)
The wedding guests were not performing a social act, they wanted to observe her suffering. (36) She was not meant for the losers role. She would put on a triumphant expression. (37)
With a look, Mamá Elena sent Tita away to get rid of Pedros roses. (48) It was as if a strange alchemical process had dissolved her entire being in the rose petal sauce. That was the way she entered Pedros body. (52)
Swaffar Arens (2005)
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Invitation Galloping from far Asia And jutting
out into the Mediterranean Like a mares
head This country is ours. Wrists in blood,
teeth clenched, Feet bare And this soil
spreading like a silk carpet. This hell, this
paradise is ours. Let the doors close on forced
labor, Never to open again. Annihilate mans
servitude (enslavement) to man This invitation
is ours. To live like a tree alone and
free And brotherly like the trees of a forest,
This yearning is ours. Nazim Hikmet
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Hermann was extremely distressed that whole day.
Dining at a secluded tavern, he drank too much,
which was not his wont, in the hope of calming
his inner agitation. But the wine only further
inflamed his imagination. Returning home, he
threw himself on his bed fully clothed, and fell
into a deep sleep. It was night when he woke up
the moon was shining into his room Just then
somebody looked in from the street through the
window, and immediately went away. A minute
later he could hear the door of the anteroom
open. His orderly, thought Hermann, was
returning from a nocturnal outing, drunk as
usual. But he heard unfamiliar steps somebody
was softly shuffling along in slippers. The door
opened, and a woman in a white dress came in.
Hermann took he for his old nurse and wondered
what could have brought her here at this time of
night. But the woman in white glided across the
room and suddenly appeared right before him
Hermann recognized the Countess in her!
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The ace has won! said Hermann and turn his card
face up. Your lady has been murdered, said
Chekalinskiii affably. Hermann shuddered
indeed, instead of an ace, the queen of spades
lay before him. He could not fathom how he could
possibly have pulled the wrong card. Suddenly,
it seemed to him that the queen of spades had
screwed up her eyes and grinned. An extraordinary
likeness struck him The old woman! he cried
out in terror.
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Hands-On Workshop
Le Ballon Rouge Como agua para chocolate
(Codornices en pétalos de rosa) Etre et
avoir Super size me 9 literacy-based project
ideas (.pdf handout)
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Como agua para chocolate
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Super Size Me (2004)
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Literacy-based project ideas
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