Understanding Literacy and Multiliteracies
The quality or state of being literate, esp the ability to read and write. (Stein, 1966)
A broader notion to reflect the increasing multimodal nature of written texts, particularly in the realm of digital media, and acknowledging literacyas a social practice (Paesani et al., 2016) in which sociolinguistics and cultural contexts play acentral role.
Literacy Vs Multiliteracies
Traditional monolingual and monocultural text-based literacies.
Associated with culturally-specific forms of
Incorporate multimodal, digital technlogy and other pedagogy approaches.
Traditional print-based literacy pedagogy.
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DETECTIVE CONAN'S TRANSFORMATION
Shifting from a reliance of print towards multimodal text
Most of the movies
REASONS WHY MOVIES (DIGITAL) ARE BETTER THAN BOOKS/WRITTEN TEXT
Musics and sounds
Gestures and movements
EVOLUTION OF COMMUNICATION
Sharing and Communicating Through The Ages
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Communication is the process of conveying information.
Almost all species have some sort of communication system.
However, successful communication is the trait that has made humans the most successful species.
It’s hard to imagine communication long before the hustle and bustle of email and text messaging.
Technological communication has grown exponentially, leaving snail mail to be a thing of the past.
Today’s style of communication represents the direction society a technology is headed, towards efficiency.