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Culturally responsive

  1. 1. COLLABORATIVE VOICES: EXPLORING CULTURALLY AND SOCIALLY RESPONSIVE LITERACIES WITH PUERTO RICAN CHILDREN María del Rocío Costa Universidad de Puerto Rico, Bayamón Carmen L. Medina Indiana Unversity, Bloomington Nayda Soto Escuela Elemental María Bas de Vazquez http://www.scribd.com/doc/42088090/Collaborative-Voices-Exploring-Culturally-and- Socially-Responsive-Literacies-With-Puerto-Rican-Children
  2. 2. writing, popular culture and critical literacy (Dyson, 2003; Genishi & Dyson, 2009; Wohlwend, 2009; Morrell, 2004 & 2008) “Well, this boy frequently writes connecting t.v. shows and more specifically Star Wars and The Clone Wars. Sometimes one of my concerns when the children write versions of their favorite shows is the superficiality of these pieces of writing, because it ends up being like a battle that never ends. […] …if the use of popular culture promotes writing is something that I am not too much concerned about [in this discussion]. Nonetheless, there is also an aspect that should be approached in the classroom that operates from a critical perspective. I wonder how could one do to integrate those popular culture themes but to examine those from a critical perspective. I’m not saying that those [popular culture texts] don’t “enter” the classroom. I mean the opposite those should “enter” [the classroom]. I don’t want to say that to work from a critical perspective means that those popular culture texts enter the classroom only to be criticized. What I want to say is; what can we do to make those [popular culture texts] available, that the children enjoy them while at the same time be critical within the workshop that’s taking place (Costa, email, March 4, 2010). Writing across communities
  3. 3. “…if the students manage to communicate their ideas with clarity and coherence and with a purpose to do so (that is not copying and copying), they can learn with purpose and functionality all the complex elements of the language in an in-depth way” (Soto, email, March 6, 2010). “What you bring about writing is very important and relevant. A big part of Vygostky’s work focuses on writing and I get the sense that in your pedagogy you are getting closer to various ideas he developed. From here we could begin reading things related to the role of writing in the language and an exploration of social discourses. […] for me writing is a social event where [the writer] creates and reflects different realities […] and that space (like Rocío already mentioned) is not innocent” (Medina, email, March 7, 2010). writing, cultural production & social discourses (Vygostky, 1986; NLS, 1996; Gee, 1996)
  4. 4. on teaching writing (Graves, 1983; Wohlwend, 2009) “In the conferences, I had boys that “nada de nada” [who did not responded to the conferences] –they are like 5 or 6--… they don’t feel successful and I believe they try to do something just to please me. It is not like Nadja and David who write and write non-stop” (Soto, email, March 2010). “In relation to the students who have more difficulties with writing I believe we can examine what other forms of communication they are interested in or they feel comfortable with. One of the challenges of the writers’ workshop in that it is assume that just implementing the writing cycle is going to be enough to create great writers or if you follow the adequate steps that all children are going to produce. I believe in multimodality and that in addition to writing (which is the one that is promoted and glorified in schools) there are different ways of expressing ourselves” (Medina, email, March 7, 2010). “…writing can too easily be turned into a mechanical process: prewrite on Monday, first draft on Tuesday, and so on. "Orthodoxies have sprung up: Grammar and spelling aren't important; don't ever tell the child to do anything; never give assignments. The list could go on and on. Obviously, all of the above are important in their place" (Routman, 1995, p. 523). “I rarely use the term writing process. I simply say writing. The term writing process is all worn out. It has had so many bizarre interpretations (a good many due to my own mistakes) that it is best to say writing. Still, we do have a philosophy of teaching children that is revealed in the way we teach writing. I'm still very concerned about how little writing is taught, how little time is provided for children to write. And when time is provided, I don't see children challenged by teachers who have been prepared to teach it through the teacher's own high level of literacy” (Routman, 1995, p. 524)
  5. 5. Description of the process  Group’s experience in second grade  First semester focus on a genre approach to writing development: Stories, poetry and fables written in groups  Develop language comprehension by writing ideas and thoughs  Communicate ideas clearly  Develop vocabulary  Express creatively  Second semester: writing a realistic story individually Insatisfaction with student's writing development. Suggestions for improvement of writing instruction 1. Record keeping information for each student 2. Opening up posibilities for writing 3. Using popular culture in relation to writing 4. Minilessons and conferences Dealing with reluctancy: Writing/multimodal invitations
  6. 6. Writing/Multimodal invitations Nayda Vamos a ver, ¿en qué pensaron? Niño: Vamos a jugar… Nayda ¿En qué? Niño Yo pensé que vamos a jugar… Nayda Tú pensaste que íbamos a jugar… Nancy O misis, podemos usar los muñecos y hacer una NO SE ENTIENDE… Nayda ¿Perdóname? Nancy Podemos usar los muñequitos que nosotros traemos de las casas y usarlos como cuentos. (15 de abril de 2010, Conversación con los estudiantes) Original Invitations 1. Stories using toys and action figures 2. Pokemon users manual 3. Video game users manual 4. Write a rap or a reaggeton song Nayda: Let’s see, what did you thought? Student: We were going to play… Nayda: What? Student: I thought we were going to play… Nayda: You thought we were goint to play. Nancy: Or, Teacher, we coul use the toys and do a … (unintelligible) Nayda: Excuse me? Nancy: We could the toys we bring from home and use them as stories. (April 15, 2010, Conversation with students) Children Transformed Invitations 1. Stories using action figures (i.e. soldiers) 2. Game users manual (i.e. de manos, Go-go's) 3. Video game users manual (Reseña "Call of duty", Smack Down, Smack Down vs. Raw 2010) 4. Video game map (Tetris) 5. Story based on reaggeton singers 6. Movie remakes (Avatar, Lion King)
  7. 7. Opening the door: writing through a different lens
  8. 8. Successful writers within workshop expectations 1. The problem of the animals, The race #2, Kovu, the lion 2. The ferry, Jenli the hateful of the sea. 3. Mario and Mario, The hungry boy
  9. 9. Shifting lanes: enjoying alternate spaces 1. Just a banana, Animated figures and Game Map 2. Manual de patinetas, Manual para jugar Gogos Crazy Bones 3. La familia cristiana, los amigos espaciales, Los cantantes y bailarines, El mejor sembrador, Smackdown vs. Raw, 4. Manual de juegos
  10. 10. Redesigners of writing invitations 1. Call of duty 2. Juego de vídeos - Tetris, Luchadores, El salón loco (Jowel y Randy) 3. Avatar
  11. 11. Conclusions • Two way learning o Students' engaged in writing o Teachers' awareness children ways of knowing • Resituating writing provided freedom and confidence o Children as knowers, authors and decision makers • Performing masculinities o Constructed masculinities (interests in war, video games, violence.) o Teacher dominant views of "doing school"
  12. 12. They were good lions but Kiara was noticing that Kovu was changing his attitude, he was mistreating! One day Kovy got so mad that he took out his claws and Scrach!. He scratched his son in his left ey, and his son cried and cried and went running to Kiara (his mother).
  13. 13. And she got mad and started to talked with Kovu (her husband) and the boy went running to the other sons that for him they were his friends.
  14. 14. Then Kiara (the mother) came hurt and they called Zazu. Zazu is a bird that gives reports every morning and he also helps with things.
  15. 15. The kids said –Zazu hurry up and find help. Our mother is hurt! And Zazu said –Ok, ok, I´ll go looking for help… Help, help! And the kids stayed with Kiara The Kovu (the father) came. He had gone for a ride with Simba (Kiara´s father) y he was not mad.
  16. 16. He said to the boy –Forget me for everything I´ve done… son I won´t do it again. But Kiara was still hurt.
  17. 17. So, Zazu (the reporter) came with a rhinoceros (the doctor) and said – She is fine she only has a claw scratch. Let´s giver this and Ready!, stay calm and you´ll see.
  18. 18. They were all very concern and the boy said –what about the scratch in my left eye? And the doctor said –just leave it, do not touch it so it can get cured and he left.
  19. 19. Kovu was still worried and Kiara said –Do not worry, everything is fine, everything is settled and you know Never! change your attitude. And everything returned to normal… The end.
  20. 20. Game manual
  21. 21. then you place your hands on your waist then you place your hands in front of your waist. This photo is how you begin the game
  22. 22. Then you touch your hair then you put your hands in your head like a headband.
  23. 23. You’ll like playing. Then come so you can play, you´ll love it. Oh micki micky I am NAME (of first player) oh micki micki I am NAME (of second player) Oh micki micki I am NAME (of third player) Oh micki micki I am NAME (of fourth player) Oh micki micki it’s over.
  24. 24. Smack Down
  25. 25. Once upon a time there were some fighters, who were in the war to fight and they were waiting and waiting. Because they called them by their names to fight in the lane to fight, but they did fight and after fighting they went home Because their boss gave them permission to be able to fight.
  26. 26. Then they finished and they went home mad. To rest because they were tired and mad.
  27. 27. Then they left the war because the boss threw them out of the war and they lived happy for ever The end
  28. 28. The crazy classroom by the singers Jowell and Randy
  29. 29. Once upon a time the singers Jowell and Randy went to teacher Nayda’s classroom
  30. 30. I met her on the beach playing with the sand a beautiful morena with a mermaid body

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