For Wednesday, June 17.
For this session you are presented with the same three paths offered to you in Session 10. For this session, please select a different path to focus on. This time leave a public comment below. In your comment, please be sure to reference at least three of the texts in the path you selected and pose 1-2 questions to the group.
All materials can be found on a Google Drive folder: click here.
NOTE: To watch the videos, you will need to click on the “present” button on the upper right hand side of the slide.
- Allen Luke on critical literacy (video)
- Kittle, P. (2008). “Grammar, Punctuation, and What Keeps Me up at Night,” in Write Beside Them: Risk, voice, and clarity in high school writing. New York: Heinemann.
- Graham, S. “Writing-to-Read”
- “Geeking out with Junot Diaz,” (video)
- Kim, J. (2011).”Is it bigger than hip-hop?: Examining the problems and potential of hip-hop in the curriculum.” In V. Kinloch (Ed.), Urban literacies: Critical perspectives on language, learning, and community. New York: Teachers College Press.
- Michie, G. (1999). “You gotta be hard,” in Holler if you hear me: The education of a teacher and his students. New York: Teachers College Press.
- Valerie Kinloch, “Harlem Gentrification Project” (video)
- Bomer, R. (1995). “Creating literate environments in secondary school literacy classrooms,” in Time for meaning: Crafting literate lives in middle and high school. New York: Heinemann.
- Wallack, N.B. (2009). “Focused freewriting: How to do things with writing prompts.” Writing-based teaching: Essential practices and enduring questions. Albany: State University of New York Press.
- Janks, H. (2010). “Orientations to literacy,” in Literacy and power. New York: Rutledge Press.
- Dr. Steve Graham (video)
- Nikky Finney on blackboards (video)