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Essential reading 8: “Teaching how to read the world and change it” (Peterson, 2009, pp. 305-323)
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This reading explores how to teach critical literacy in the intermediate grades.

Essential reading 9: “Reading and writing the media” (Sholle & Denski, 1993, pp. 297-321)
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This reading explores “opening up new spaces from within which traditionally marginalised voices may speak” (Sholle & Denski, 1993, p. 297).

Essential reading 10: The language of conquest and the loss of the commons (Bowers, 2006, pp. 180-189)
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This reading explores Dr. Bowers’ ideas about “how a K-16 education [… and] the “myth of technology as a tool” and about how un-investigated language itself is destroying the commons at a frightening rate” (Four Arrows, 2006, p. 180).

Assessment 1: PERSONAL REFLECTION

Readings, experiences, philosophy, and the focus of your community of praxis
Discussion (UNderstanding learners)