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Literalität in sozialen Kontexten: Adult Literacy Curriculum Framework in Schottland. Ralf St.Clair University of Glasgow. Theory. Context. ALNIS. Social Practices. Theory. Context. ALNIS. Social Practices. Theory. New Literacy Studies

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literalit t in sozialen kontexten adult literacy curriculum framework in schottland

Literalität in sozialen Kontexten: Adult Literacy Curriculum Framework in Schottland

Ralf St.Clair

University of Glasgow

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Theory

Context

ALNIS

Social Practices

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Theory

Context

ALNIS

Social Practices

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Theory
  • New Literacy Studies
  • 1980s James Gee, Brian Street, Harvey Graff, Hanna Fingeret
  • 1990s David Barton, Mary Hamilton, Yvonne Hillier, Lyn Tett
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Theory
  • Literacy depends on social institutions
  • Literacy can only be known through political and ideological significance 
  • Literacy is shaped by social structure
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Theory
  • The processes of learning literacy affect the meaning
  • Literacies not literacy
  • Literacy and context hard to separate
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Theory

Implications:

  • No linear model of literacy “skills”
  • No single process
  • No differentiation of learners
  • No testing
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Theory

Context

ALNIS

Social Practices

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Context
  • International Adult Literacy Survey:

53% of adults in Scotland at Level 1 or 2

meaning they lack functional literacy levels

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Context
  • New Scottish government, then known as the Executive
  • Small nation, but history of difference from England
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Context
  • Leftist Labour administration
  • Committed to social justice
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Context
  • Small working group to develop the policy
  • One member had worked with Barton et al. in Lancaster
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Theory

Context

ALNIS

Social Practices

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ALNIS

sets a goal to exceed world classlevels of literacy and numeracy

  • assists around 80,000 people over the next3 years
  • more than doubles annual capacity within3 years
  • develops an enabling framework for a worldclass literacy and numeracy service
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ALNIS

identifies four key principles:

  • a lifelong learning approach
  • free to learners
  • targeting priority groups
  • grounding change in research andlearner consultation
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ALNIS

targets priority groups:

  • people with limited initial education,particularly young adults
  • unemployed people and workers facingRedundancy
  • people with English as a second oradditional language
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Theory

Context

ALNIS

Social Practices

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Social Practices
  • Funded by the national government
  • Managed by partnerships (FE, community, local authority)
  • PDA-ITALL
  • TQAL
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Social Practices
  • Radically learner centered
  • Based on “Individual Learning Plans”
  • 2005 Curriculum Framework
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Social Practices
  • So what’s good about this system?
  • What might be a problem?
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Social Practices
  • Relationships with learners
  • Engagement with learners
  • Inclusivity
  • Confidence
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Social Practices
  • Accountability
  • Initial Assessment (Her Majesty’s Inspectors)
  • Training Development
  • Employment conditions
  • Resources
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Social Practices

Current happenings

  • ALNIS “refresh”
  • Scotland Performs (IALS)
  • Concordat
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Social Practices

What would you do next?

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