Critical Literacy Guided Poster
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CRITICAL LITERACY Guided Posters

$10.00

Critical Literacy – Guided posters

Aim: To provide teachers with resources that can be used to introduce, model, and teach critical literacy through guided inquiry

Subject links: Reading, writing, spelling and any research topic

Included in the resource: Overview of the different pages, Guide as to how images and visual literacy can be used to support inquiry; each stage (code breaker, connector, researcher and meaning maker) of the critical literacy process has

  • Overview page
  • Details with specific connections to reading, writing, spelling/vocabulary and artifact inquiries
  • Overview guiding questions poster
  • Key character poster with actions and process relevant to the critical literacy stage;
  • Area specific posters with guiding questions

Description

Critical Literacy – Guided posters

Critical literacy comprehension skills and exercises that support deeper reading, critical literacy, comprehension skill development and conceptual inquiry across reading, writing, spelling and vocabulary tasks and using artefacts and real life objects as a source of information.

The art of understanding and exploring hidden ideas in texts and the world around us.

When exploring any topic through conceptual inquiry, teachers are trying to develop, for students, learning opportunities that develop skills, knowledge and understanding. By providing opportunities for students in an inquiry to include their attitudes and interests will make the inquiry more relevant and engaging for them. Sometimes it can be tricky to move a topic into a conceptually driven inquiry. This process or model can be used to help move thinking and understanding from the obvious to a more conceptual understanding. This resource can be used to cover all three of these key areas.

Aim: To provide teachers with resources that can be used to introduce, model, and teach critical literacy through guided inquiry

Subject links: Reading, writing, spelling and any research topic

Included in the resource: Overview of the different pages, Guide as to how images and visual literacy can be used to support inquiry; each stage (code breaker, connector, researcher and meaning maker) of the critical literacy process has

  • Overview page
  • Details with specific connections to reading, writing, spelling/vocabulary and artifact inquiries
  • Overview guiding questions poster
  • Key character poster with actions and process relevant to the critical literacy stage;
  • Area specific posters with guiding questions