Multiliteracy Dig in Central Alabama

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Example for Curricular Changes in a 1st Grade Classroom:

1.Journal Writing daily to represent more than one culture
2.Incorporate multiliteracy environmental print into the daily schedule.
3.Include multiliteracy to make
Presented in this website are many ways to foster mulliliteracy in the classroom.  With the great influx of immigration occuring in the United States, we as educators need to  do the best we can to reach all students- even with the language barriers we may have. These are only a few of my ideas, and hopefully they will provide you with the grounds to make adjustments according to your own classroom needs. Please feel free to share any success stories, I would love to hear them. 
connections between Language Arts and Social StudiesExample for Curricular Changes in a 1st Grade Classroom:
1.Journal Writing daily to represent more than one culture.
2.Incorporate multiliteracy environmental print into the daily schedule.
3.Include multiliteracy to make connections between Language Arts and Social Studies

References: The following is a list useful links that I have compiled.

Gaines-Dorsey, C. and Taylor-D. (1988). Growing up literate: Learning                 from inner-city families. Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann.

 

Gaines-Dorsey, C. and Taylor-D. (1988). Growing up literate: Learning                 from inner-city families. Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann. Gaines-Dorsey, C. and Taylor-D. (1988). Growing up literate: Learning                 from inner-city families. Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann. Gaines-Dorsey, C. and Taylor-D. (1988). Growing up literate: Learning from inner-city families. Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann.

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