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Published on March 16, 2014

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By Diana Nova

Concept of Text Traditionally Now  Traditionally, texts used to develop literacy have been “written messages and symbols” in printed material as books and magazines (Larson, 2009).  Text “a unit of communication that may take the form of something written down but also a chunk of discourse, for example speech, a conversation, a radio program, a TV advert, text messaging, a photo in a newspaper, and so on” (Evans, 2005).

Literacies Traditional Literacy New Literacies  “The condition of being able to read and write” (López et all, 2011).  “New literacies include abilities, strategies, and comprehension needed to profit from the rapidly changing information and communication technologies that constantly arise” (Leu, 2002 - p.313).

S.E.A.R.C.H.  Set a purpose for searching.  Employ effective search strategies.  Analyze search-engine results.  Read critically and sythesize information.  Cite your sources.  How successful was your search? (Henry, 2006)

S.E.A.R.C.H.  Setting a purpose   narrow down a topic to investigate   offer guidance and focus before start.  Employ effective search strategies   activate prior knowledge   know how to use key words effectively  Analyze search-engine results   read strategically and concisely to prevent stress   use skimming & scanning for relevance of webpage

S.E.A.R.C.H.  Read critically and synthesize information   Evaluate information on the Internet for its authenticity and for its relevancy (Brandt, 1997).   Determine if the source is reliable or reputable.  * Identify the author or institution associated with website.  * Identify purpose of the website  * Identify the intended audience  * Identify the appropriate copyright data  * Identify if the information meets the needs of original purpose of investigation/research.  Save The Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus  example

S.E.A.R.C.H.  Cite your sources.   Be aware of the appropriate procedures for documenting the information that is used.   http://citationmachine.net/index2.php  * MLA  Modern Language Association  * APA  American Psychological Association  http://www.icesi.edu.co/biblioteca/images/manual_para_aplicar_no rmas_icontec_a_los_trabajos_de_grado.pdf  Fundación Universitaria Luis Amigó (Sitio Web Oficial).:La realización del ser humano, el compromiso que sabemos cumplir.  How successful was your search?   Reflection on the search process  * Identify strategies used for the search.  * Decide if in the future, use same strategies or not.

References  Brandt, S.D. (1997). Constructivism: Teaching for understanding on the Internet. Communications of the ACM, 40 (112-116).  Evans, J. (2005). The changing nature of literacy in the twenty-first century. In J. Evans (Ed.), Literacy moves on: Popular culture, ne technologies, and critical lieracy in the elementary classroom (pp. 1-12). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann (as cited in Larson, L. (2009). Digital literacies. e-Reading and e-responding: New Tools for the next generation of readers, 53(3), 255-258. doi: 10.1598/JAAL.53.3.7)  Henry, L.A. (2006). SEARCHing for An Answer: The Critical Role of New Literacies While Reading on the Internet. The Reading Teacher 59(7). Pp.614-627.

References  Larson, L. (2009). Digital literacies. e-Reading and e- responding: New Tools for the next generation of readers, 53(3), 255-258. doi: 10.1598/JAAL.53.3.7  Leu, D.J., Jr. (2002). The New Literacies: Research on Reading Instruction with the Internet in Farstrup, A.E. and Samuels, S. J. (Eds.) (2002) What Research Has to Say about Reading Instruction. Newark: International Reading Association. pp. 310-336.  López, A., Encabo, E. and Jerez, I. (2011) Digital Competence and Literacy: Developing New Narrative Formats. The “Dragon Age: Origins” Videogame. Competencia Digital y literacidad: nuevos formatos narrativos en el videojuego “Dragon Age: Orígenes”. Scientific Journal of Media Literacy 18(36). pp. 165-170.

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