DIY Media in the Classroom: New Literacies Across Content Areas
Teachers College Press, Apr 17, 2015 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 117 pages
This book shows teachers how to bring students' Do-It-Yourself media practices into the classroom (Grades 6 12). In one accessible resource, the authors explain both print-based and digital DIY media, identify their appealing features for content area instruction, and describe the literacy skills and strategies they promote. To help you successfully use DIY media in your classroom, this book provides teaching strategies for using DIY media across the curriculum, including English/language arts, math, social studies, science, art, and music. It offers multiple perspectives, including a classroom teacher who reflects on her own challenges and successes with DIY media in a high school class.
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