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  1. Hilary Jankswriting: a critical literacy approach hilary.janks@wits.ac.za Writing Development: Multiple Perspectives IOE July 2009

  2. Overview • journal writing • critical approach • design • the redesign cycle • interdependent model CL Wits University 2009

  3. Journal writing • 1980s • context • now Journal writing

  4. Journal writing 1980s

  5. Journal writing 1980s

  6. Journal writing 1980s

  7. Journal writing 1980s

  8. Journal writing 1980s

  9. Journal writing 1980s

  10. Journal writing 1980s

  11. Journal writing 1980s

  12. Journal writing 1980s

  13. Journal writing 1980s

  14. Journal writing 1980s

  15. Journal writing • Context • where • when Journal writing

  16. Critical approach • Freire • Clarke and Ivanic • School based • Kamler Critical approach

  17. If learning to read and write is to constitute an act of knowing, the learners must assume from the beginning the role of creative subjects. It is not a matter of memorizing and repeating given syllables and phrases … Insofar as language is impossible without thought, and language and thought are impossible without the world to which they refer, the human word is more than mere vocabulary – it is word-and-action. The cognitive dimensions of the literacy process must include the relationships of men [sic] with their world (Freire, 1972a, 29). Critical approach Critical approach

  18. Frames are mental structures that shape the way we see the world. As a result, they shape the goals we seek, the plans we make, the way we act and what counts as good or bad outcomes of our actions. In politics our frames shape our social policies. To change our frames is to change all of this this. Reframing is social change. (Lakoff, 2004: xv). Critical approach

  19. Design • multimodality • text production • reproduction • redesign Design

  20. Design

  21. Introduction – text redesign

  22. Design – the redesign cycle

  23. Interdependence • power • access • diversity • design/redesign An interdependent model of critical literacy

  24. An interdependent model of critical literacy

  25. An interdependent model of critical literacy

  26. Conclusion Bolinger (1980) described language as a loaded weapon. As writers, we need to recognize the power of words to be used in the interests of good or evil. Ultimately, the choice is an ethical one which will determine how we ‘name’ our world and, in so doing, ourselves. The end