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Mapping Multiliteracies, A Professional Development Resource Facilitator Training. RESEARCH PRACTICE. CHILDREN OF THE NEW MILLENNIUM. MAPPING MULTILITERACIES, A PROFESSIONAL LEARNING RESOURCE. MM, APLR The Development.

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Mapping Multiliteracies, A Professional Development Resource

Facilitator Training


RESEARCH PRACTICE Development Resource

CHILDREN

OF

THE NEW MILLENNIUM

MAPPING MULTILITERACIES,

A PROFESSIONAL LEARNING RESOURCE

MM, APLR The Development


Development Resource the lives of young children are saturated with multimedia..DVDs,CD-ROMS, computer games, digital music, email , text messaging, digital photography… this requires new thinking about different forms of literacy”

Dr Susan Hill


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iZ Interactive Animatronic Music Maker- Development Resource

the ultimate fusion of music and toy!

Twist and turn iZ's ears to create new combinations of rhythm and lead tracks; press his belly to change-up the beat!

  • - iZ's eye's bounce to the rhythm

  • - His horn pulses in rainbow colours to the beat!

  • Want to listen to your own tunes? Use the included cable to plug in your iPod or any music source

  • iZ also talks! He says the wildest things and even has his own special language.

  • Measures approximately 10.75 inches tall.

Age 5+ years


  • The term Development Resource multiliteraciescomprehensively covers the new electronic/digital literacies and the very important print based literacies, of particular importance in the early years.


Possible Models Development Resource

1 day planning and 1 day facilitation

- after hours - 4x 11/2 hour workshops = 2 TRT days

- two ½ days using EYLP TRT release = 2 TRT days

- one day using EYLP TRT release = 2 TRT days

  • The Facilitator’s Role

  • Facilitate workshops with educators in sites

  • Negotiate format ,venue and needs

  • Expectation - max 2 courses / term

  • Support

  • 1 day TRT planning / full course

  • TRT release to facilitate

  • Travel / accommodation / resources

  • Professional Learning Day - Maureen O’Rourke

  • July 27th or 28th EDC

  • EYLP website/ email contact

  • http://www.earlyyearsliteracy.sa.edu.au/pages/mmfac


  • The District Officer’s Role Development Resource

  • Direct support to district facilitators

  • Shared facilitation

  • Monitor district needs

  • Negotiate workshops with facilitators

  • Monitor funding

  • Support

  • District Funding

  • Support from Policy and Program Officers



  • Workshop 1 Development Resource

  • THE MULTILITERACIES MAP

  • Key Premises

  •  From an early age young children engage

  • with the powerful messages of multimodal

  • communication.

  • Effective teaching and learning incorporates the

  • multiliteracies of today’s world.

  • The four dimensions of the multiliteracies map support

  • educators to provide comprehensive literacy

  • experiences for all learners

  • Expected Outcomes

  • The Participants will have opportunities to:

  • -  Develop their understandings of multiliteracies

  • - Explore the application of the Multiliteracies Map in their setting


  • Overview Development Resource pages 28,29

  • Four workshops approx 11/2 hours each

    • The Multiliteracies Map

    • Community connections

    • Reading and writing multiliteracies

    • New times, new learning

  • Each workshop incorporates :

  • Local vision,the Multiliteracies Map, group discussion, inquiry questions

1.1


The Multiliteracies Map Development Resource

The meaning making dimension involves understanding how different text types and technologies operate in the world and how they are used for our own and others’ purposes. The focus is on the function and the form of texts to

make meaning.

  • Functional User

  • Locating, code breaking:using letters signs icons

  • Selecting and operating equipment

  • Moving between media, oral, paper,cameras, videos,

  • computers

The functional dimension involves technical competence and ‘how-to’ knowledge —how to make it ‘work’, recognise icons, letters, words and other symbols.

The critical dimension involves understanding that there is no one universal truth in any story and that what is told and studied is selective.

The transformative dimension involves using what has been learned in new ways and new situations.


Broadening our sense of LITERACY …… Development Resource Applying the Multiliteracies Map


  • DVD Chapter Development Resource Mapping Multiliteracies

  • Activity page 35

  • While watching, consider some key aspects

  • Discuss as a group

  • Activitypage 36

  • “Texts and Functional Skills”

1.3


  • Using the Multiliteracies Map Development Resource

  • A range of activities to support our use of the Multiliteracies Map pages 37 - 47

  • Analyse print texts - adult texts / picture books / popular culture

  • Analyse oral language

  • Plan curriculum investigations

  • Reflect

1.4


What opportunities are there for you to use the Multiliteracies Map in your setting?

Balanced programs?

Literacy development for particular children?

Resource allocation?

Use of technology ?

The focus of interventions?


  • Summary Multiliteracies Map in your setting?

  • Expected Outcomes

  • The Participants will have opportunities to:

  • -         Develop their understandings of multiliteracies

  • -    Explore the application of the Multiliteracies Map in

  • their setting

  • Suggested Inquiry Questions

  • How does my current program incorporate multiliteracies?

  • How can the Multiliteracies Map assist me to examine the

  • way I currently use texts with young learners?

  • How can it support me to examine individual children’s

  • literacy development?

1.5


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