Reading, writing, and literacy 2.0 : teaching with online texts, tools, and resources, K-8 / Denise Johnson.

By: Johnson, DeniseMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Teachers College Press ; 2014Description: xi, 180 pages : illustrations ; 25 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780807755297; 080775529XSubject(s): Language arts -- Computer network resources | Computers and literacyDDC classification: 372.60285 LOC classification: LB1576.7 | .J64 2014
Contents:
Foreword / Donald J. Leu -- What is literacy 2.0 and what happened to literacy 1.0? -- A framework of literacy 2.0 thinking -- Creating classroom community and connecting with families -- Vocabulary and fluency -- Sites and selection criteria for Ebooks -- Using E-tools to scaffold comprehension of E-literature -- Writing online -- Technology across the curriculum -- Assessment in a literacy 2.0 environment -- What about literacy 3.0? Continuing professional development.
Summary: Concerned with "screen literacy", how to read online texts and things that would not have been called texts in the past.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 163-171) and index.

Foreword / Donald J. Leu -- What is literacy 2.0 and what happened to literacy 1.0? -- A framework of literacy 2.0 thinking -- Creating classroom community and connecting with families -- Vocabulary and fluency -- Sites and selection criteria for Ebooks -- Using E-tools to scaffold comprehension of E-literature -- Writing online -- Technology across the curriculum -- Assessment in a literacy 2.0 environment -- What about literacy 3.0? Continuing professional development.

Concerned with "screen literacy", how to read online texts and things that would not have been called texts in the past.

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Denise Johnson is professor of reading education and director of the Literacy Leadership program at The College of William & Mary, School of Education, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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