Reading together

Perusall logoWe’ll use Perusall to annotate and read together. Link here to Perusall.

Instructions for joining on the Week 1: Getting Situated page.

Calendar

Link to calendar here

Time photoOur course is organized around a series of routines:  gathering and analyzing data, reading, writing, and making artifacts together.

Reflection

Reflection

Reflecting (25 points) 

Due: final exam time

Think of this reflection as a kind of manifesto, answering “this is what I believe about literacy learning and teaching…at this moment.” I invite you to write about your work in the course: what have you done well, what have you learned, how have your ideas related to literacy changed throughout this course?

If you are a future teacher, what can you use in your future classroom and what kinds of questions do you still have about literacy?

Support your ideas by using what you have learned from the course readings, discussions, and assignments.

2-4 pages. Fewer than 2 pages, and you’ve probably missed some ideas; more than 4 pages, and you may need to hone in on key takeaways. Share in google doc (kjaxon@mail.csuchico.edu) or attached file to email. Your preference.

Example from Orion

Example from Myra