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BC: References | \ Jon Davis and James Arthur 'Active Citizenship and the Development of Social Literacy: a case for experimental learning'' Cohen, Mary Riggs, Ph.D. 'BROOKES website.' http://www.brookespublishing.com/store/books/cohen-70687/index.htm// 'Brittany Ann's Scrapblog' http://www.scrapblog.com/viewer/Viewer.aspx?sbid=88171 'Social Literacy' Wiki http://socialliteracy.wikispaces.com/ 'Can We Teach Social Literacy? Radical Parenting' Website http://www.radicalparenting.com/2010/11/04/can-we-teach-social-literacy/

FC: Learning through interaction | Social Literacy | TE 402: Language Arts Spring 2011 By: Emily Tabenske

1: 'Social literacy concerns itself with development of social skills, knowledge, and positive human values that engender the desire and ability in human beings to act positively and responsibly in a range of complex social settings.' | Quote by: Jon Davis and James Arthur

2: Literacy An individuals ability to "deliberately mediate their world" through reading and writing

3: Social Literacy A persons ability to interact, maintain, and build relationships with others | involves knowing and being able to express ones own emotions successfully

4: -the ability to make "socially productive decisions" -successful interpersonal cooperation -collaboration and appropriate interactions -identify, manage, and communicate emotions -increase performance, decrease violence and behavior -resolve conflict | What is Social Literacy?

5: Some Social Literacy Issues: | -lack of eye contact -understanding angry feelings vs. fear -being able to deal successfully with confrontation

6: -social skills -social cognition -emotional intelligence | all of these describe an individuals ability to connect effectively with those around them | Components of Social Literacy

8: How We Learn Social Literacy | Social literacy comes easy for some as "learning is socially mediated." Social literacy is learned everyday through interactions with others in ones environment. We observe social interactions in our daily lives and how we should act appropriately during each situation. Since we can actually SEE and NOTICE social literacy without interaction, we can mimic and repeat the behavior of others. These can be learned from peers, parents, teachers, etc. The more experienced socially literate people scaffold their techniques and online etiquette to help educate others.

9: -teaching young people communication and social skills -showing them how to effectively and purposefully mediate their interactions with family members, friends, colleagues | Teaching Involves:

10: Social Literacy Through Technology | Technology offers an infinite amount of opportunities for social literacy: -building online professionalism -cleaning up your Facebook, Twitter, etc. -how to send appropriate emails

11: More Opportunities: -texting and picture messaging -monitoring your childs online use -chat rooms -smartboards and wonderwall use

12: Examples of social literacy in the united states | Eye Contact Manners Personal Space Greetings | Examples of social literacy in the united states

13: Turn taking in conversation Talking on the phone webcam or blogs email or letter writing

14: Why is Social Literacy Important? | As we advance in technology and become more technologically savvy, our means of communication are changing. Due to this, we are communicating less and less with one another face-to-face. Therefore we need to learn what is socially accepted and remember "rules of engagement."

15: As our means of communication are continuing to change, we need to know how to properly communicate whether this communication is through traditional means of reading and writing or through virtual communication.

16: Why Social Literacy is Important (cont)... | -provides opportunity for increased confidence in becoming an active citizen -complement students cognitive development -familiarity with cultural customs -expanding social circles -for some special needs students, social skills need to be explicitly taught

17: Ways to Promote Social Literacy Outside of the Classroom | -Facebook -Twitter -Skype -MySpace -Club Penguin | -iChat -Wikis -Blogging -Meebo -Webkinz

18: How Social Literacy Helps Adults! | ]-recognize and respond to nonverbal cues -improve conversational skills -understand social rhythms -increase empathy -establish friendships | -0vercome obstacles to dating and intimacy -use social networking sites safely and appropriately -conduct a successful job interview -navigate college experiences

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