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Literacy Samples

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1. Project Background

2. Literacy Samples

3. Conditions of e-learning

 

Sample One: Formal Writing (blog post) excerpt

 

Code Breaker - Decoding and encoding texts.

Uses linguistic structures and features and strategies

 

The student demonstrates a sound understanding of structures and features, such as paragraphing and developing conclusions.


  

Source: http://naakooley.blogspot.com/

Text User - How the student uses the text - spoken, written, visual, reading and listening.

 

The student shows evidence of planning, editing and proofreading. Student shapes the text in a way that is appropriate to the writing genre (formal writing).


Text Analyst - How the students analyse a text. Uses strategies and demonstrates contextual understanding.

 

Demonstrates critical analysis.

 

The writing shows evidence of the student analysing own texts – editing.

The student is beginning to develop cohesion and meaning.


Text Participant - Being involved in knowing what the text means.

Shows contextual understanding.


 

 

 

Sample Two: Response to Text (blog post)excerpt

 

Code Breaker - Decoding and encoding texts.

Uses linguistic structures and features and strategies

 

The student demonstrates a sound understanding of structures and features, such as paragraphing and developing introductions.


  

Source: http://naakooley.blogspot.com/

Text User - How the student uses the text - spoken, written, visual, reading and listening.

 

The student shows evidence of planning, editing and proofreading. Student shapes the text in a way that is appropriate to the writing genre (response to text essay).


Text Analyst - How the students analyse a text. Uses strategies and demonstrates contextual understanding.

 

 The student shows the beginning of understanding how the text can influence the student and others, and in what way understanding roles, position, power structures, stereotypes, influences and cultural aspects portrayed in texts.


Text Participant - Being involved in knowing what the text means.

Shows contextual understanding.


 

 

Sample Three: Formal Writing (blog post) excerpt

 

Code Breaker - Decoding and encoding texts.

Uses linguistic structures and features and strategies

 

The student demonstrates a sound understanding of structures and features, such as paragraphing, topic sentences and developing introductions.


 

Text User - How the student uses the text - spoken, written, visual, reading and listening.

 

The student shows evidence of planning, editing and proofreading. Student shapes the text in a way that is appropriate to the writing genre (formal writing).


Text Analyst - How the students analyse a text. Uses strategies and shows contextual understanding.

 

The writing shows evidence of the student analysing own texts – editing.

The student is beginning to develop cohesion and meaning.

Text Participant - Being involved in knowing what the text means.

Shows contextual understanding.

 

 

Sample Four: Reading Log (blog post) excerpt

 

Code Breaker - Decoding and encoding texts.

Uses linguistic structures and features and strategies

 

The student demonstrates a sound understanding of structures and features, such as paragraphing, syntax and developing grammar.


  

Text User - How the student uses the text - spoken, written, visual, reading and listening.

 

The student shows evidence of planning, editing and proofreading. Student shapes the text in a way that is appropriate to the writing genre (reading log).


Text Analyst - How the students analyse a text. Uses strategies and shows contextual understanding.

 

The student is sharing her own impressions. Shows an understanding of how texts influence people’s ideas.


Text Participant - Being involved in knowing what the text means.

Shows contextual understanding.


 

 

Sample Five: Reading Log (blog comment)

 

Code Breaker - Decoding and encoding texts.

Uses linguistic structures and features and strategies

 

The student demonstrates a good understanding of structures and language features, such as paragraphing, dialogue and camera angles.


   Text User - How the student uses the text - spoken, written, visual, reading and listening.
Text Analyst - How the students analyse a text. Uses strategies and shows contextual understanding.

Text Participant - Being involved in knowing what the text means.

Shows contextual understanding.


 

1. Project Background

2. Literacy Samples

3. Conditions of e-learning

 

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