Textbook Notes (367,834)
Canada (161,444)
York University (12,778)
Education (32)
EDUC 3900 (5)
Chapter --

EDUC 3900 Chapter --: Jan 31 - Module #4- Film
Premium

2 Pages
18 Views
Unlock Document

Department
Education
Course
EDUC 3900
Professor
Dejan Ivkovic
Semester
Winter

Description
Module #4: Film Hodges,A. L. (2010).Acritical close-up: Three films and their lessons in critical literacy. English Journal, 70-75. - go to the movies to see life the way wed like to make it — learn about ourselves - watching teachers and students co- construct learning, redefine texts and work together to challenge the status quo - teachers can engage in the discourse of films and consider ways it does or does not reflect and affect our pedagogies and daily lives - Henry Giroux —we are closely linked to the perceptions and utterances of others - we are part of an ongoing conversation; thoughts, words and ideologies are contextual - films gives us words and images that envelop and affect us (70^) - films are not isolated texts; rather they reflect society's concerns, questions, beliefs, fears as they release to schools of issues of racism, classism, democracy and opportunity ** - learning and literacy are seen as social experiences that become part of students lives, change the way they perceive themselves and empower them to speak out for social change - too often, students see no connection between their lives and the texts they student in schools - canon remain male dominated and eurocentric ** - by insisting on interpretations based on one authoritative point of view, schools have traditionally promoted one narrow set of values and beliefs (71^) - Christina Pescatore — critical literacy goes one step further, the formation of citizens who are empowered and embolden to act asa result of their conscious enlightenment - not only wills students develop literacy skills for their academic and professional lives, they will also be prepared to become full, active members of a democratic society - critical literacy calls for students to develop a sense of social responsibility that empowers them to recognize and response to social injustice - oppression and domination may be something that must be lived to understand such fear, uncertainty, hopes, terrors—but perhaps these stories could move students closer to knowing *** - the dialogic teaching that encourages critical inquiry and promotes individual ag
More Less

Related notes for EDUC 3900

Log In


OR

Join OneClass

Access over 10 million pages of study
documents for 1.3 million courses.

Sign up

Join to view


OR

By registering, I agree to the Terms and Privacy Policies
Already have an account?
Just a few more details

So we can recommend you notes for your school.

Reset Password

Please enter below the email address you registered with and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Add your courses

Get notes from the top students in your class.


Submit