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Reading ads, reading the world

Becky Parry
2015 Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education  
I present an account of media education activity which focused on the way children read media texts, in the classroom.  ...  With this in mind, I seek to share a process through which children and young people were able to develop as readers with a particular focus on the reading of media texts.  ...  During the process of close analysis, it was evident that the children's broader repertoires of experience of reading media texts, helped them to engage with new ones (Robinson, 1997) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/03004279.2014.991413 fatcat:i62rbqaedjbbjowyjvexk2wbru

Reading spaces

Sara Tanderup Linkis
2021 SoundEffects  
Focusing on this category of works, this article examines how the audiobook draws attention to places and situations in which we read, and how these places, in turn, infl uence the content and experience  ...  Following 'the audiobook boom' of recent years, born-audio narratives have emerged: texts produced specifi cally for the audiobook format and intended for mobile audio consumption.  ...  How are the content and reception of audiobooks affected by mobile media and shifting reading places?  ... 
doi:10.7146/se.v10i1.124197 fatcat:p4hsuecl5fd33dlouu73v2sp4q

Sensing the News: User Experiences when Reading Locative News

Kjetil Vaage Øie
2012 Future Internet  
This article focuses on user experiences on reading location-aware news on the mobile platform and aims to explore what experiences this kind of locative journalism generates and how such experiences change  ...  The user participants" responses are analyzed based on their news experiences, contextualizing places and their social interaction with the news within this form of journalism.  ...  (University of Bergen, Norway), Solveig Bjørnestad (University of Bergen, Norway) and Eirik Stavelin (University of Bergen, Norway) for their technical help and constructive comments before and during  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi4010161 fatcat:2wgqajc2ubddzfr2w7tkh7jfxy

Re reading the Borderland Imaginary from 2021

Dori Griffin
2021 Visible Language  
This essay re-reads Margaret E. Dorsey and Miguel Diaz-Barriga's "Beyond surveillance and moonscapes: An alternative imaginary of the U.S.  ...  The essay brings Dorsey and Diaz-Barriga's ideas into conversation with a selection of relevant visual communication design outcomes and scholarship produced around the same time.  ...  Though popular news sources still offer pejorative and limited visual narratives of the border within certain media bubbles, other mass media outlets complicated these visual and narrative stereotypes  ... 
doi:10.34314/vl.v55i3.4673 fatcat:2zhwx3cs6bbe5hpx6vqw4aqn3e

Reading and writing

2002 Language Teaching  
were more relaxed about sending emails than doing formal writing because the focus of the activity is on meaning and they associate sending emails with chatting with friends; because they are not being  ...  evaluated they are more interested in conveying meaning and becoming good communicators in the target language.  ...  of competence in using them and experiences in learning with new media.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444801231735 fatcat:65iesglbcnhrxipgsoebb6m7q4

WHAT IS BIBLICAL MEDIA CRITICISM? A MEDIACRITICAL READING OF LUKE 9:51-56

J. A. Loubser
2013 Scriptura  
The paper investigates the rich residual orality in the text and the probable transformations that occurred when this narrative was recorded and translated.  ...  A review of the available communications technology at the time of text production is followed by an examination of explicit and implicit data on orality and literacy.  ...  A narrative ethic The question now remains whether a media critical reading can add anything to the interpretation of the passage.  ... 
doi:10.7833/80-0-757 fatcat:tycwiejz5ffhzbyhdhvtyr2p3u

Commonplacing the public domain: Reading the classics socially on the Kindle

Simon Peter Rowberry
2016 Language and Literature  
This form of highlighting takes precedent over understanding and sharing key narrative moments.  ...  Kindle users are able to share the experience of reading ebooks purchased from Amazon by selecting passages of text for upload to the Kindle Popular Highlights website.  ...  The advent of large-scale datasets of contemporary reading habits presents exciting new frontiers -and pitfalls (Davis, 2015) -in the quantitative and qualitative study of reading.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0963947016652782 fatcat:x2qbx5k6x5akxaij35ytlnd76a

Reading and writing

2003 Language Teaching  
A group of intermediate German students (N = 32) worked with the computer-mediated segment and rated the segment's effectiveness on a Likertscale questionnaire based on the goal standards of the 5 Cs of  ...  (c) which of the 5 C goal standards were addressed most successfully and which need to be improved.  ...  in the USA visibly and invisibly placed L2 learners in new highly vulnerable positions.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444803231931 fatcat:jueck7f4s5eyhgku6tjweyq3om

THE INFLUENCE OF USING CHORAL READING TECHNIQUE TO THE ELEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS' READING MASTERY AT SMA NEGERI 1KASIMBAR

Andi Aldi, Muhammad Ihsan, Fitriningsih, Rasmi
2021 Datokarama English Education Journal  
This paper focuses on the using of choral reading technique to the eleventh grade students' reading mastery at SMA Negeri 1 Kasimbar.  ...  There was a significant difference score of the post-test of the experimental class (1.495) and the control class (1.235).  ...  Reading also is one of the skills that has to be mastered by students. The students will learn new knowledge and new information by reading.  ... 
doi:10.24239/dee.v2i2.42 fatcat:uvbqaj7r3ndhnky35qhv2dn3ru

Reading and writing

2003 Language Teaching  
[The constructivist learning paradigm and the new media.] Info DaF (Munich, Germany), 30, 1 (2003), 3-22. (U. of Chicago at Illinois, USA).  ...  The author concludes that the results of this study can inform future CALL materials design, and the methods used offer new possibilities for CALL research.  ...  The author concludes by demonstrating how the interpretation of the prosodic packaging of an IRF exchange differs according to whether it takes place in classroom or everyday discourse.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444803231955 fatcat:jvwlbsfakzfdbhl5w4g5dtswqm

The Role of Time in Art Reading: Cubism and Futurism [chapter]

Caterina Toschi
2016 Time, Space and the Human Body  
Acknowledgement This research has been conducted as part of the project 'The Initiator, the Artist, his Advocate and the Urbanist (IAAU)-a platform for culture and city-making', implemented by Coalition  ...  for Sustainable Development -CSD, Macedonia, in cooperation with: Co-Plan, Albania; School of Urban practices, Serbia; URBEGO, Denmark and Block 74, Netherlands, and mentored by Ms.  ...  And this is the crux of the matter for Jakobson's analysis of Futurism: In Italian Futurist poetry new phenomena and concepts arouse a renewal of media, a renewal of the poetic form from which arise for  ... 
doi:10.1163/9781848884922_006 fatcat:eztfqqani5cdrg5grxpjbkhsgq

The StoryPlaces Platform

Charlie Hargood, Mark J. Weal, David E. Millard
2018 Proceedings of the 29th on Hypertext and Social Media - HT '18  
The StoryPlaces platform has been used for the public deployment of over twenty locative narratives, and demonstrates the e ectiveness of a general platform for delivering complex locative narrative experiences  ...  This has meant that they are shortlived, the narratives have been constructed by the creators of the system, and that the barrier to creating locative experiences has remained high due to a lack of common  ...  Our Future work includes both software developments and new locative applications.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3209542.3209559 dblp:conf/ht/HargoodWM18 fatcat:rwmkqwsnynaxvovsdc6fwtc3sa

The Dynamics of Language Learning: Research in Reading and English

Sandra Stotsky, James R. Squire
1988 College composition and communication  
.; Papers commissioned for the Mid-Decade Seminar on the Teaching of Reading and English (Chicago, IL, March 29-31, 1985).  ...  These illustrations raise the kinds of issues that must be considered, and in the organization of this conference, Jim Squire has done a marvelous job of addressing these and other issues, pulling together  ...  media in the lives of children?  ... 
doi:10.2307/357831 fatcat:oocc3rm2z5d4nepadsrbxgb6vq

Close Reading with Computers: Genre Signals, Parts of Speech, and David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas

Martin Paul Eve
2017 SubStance  
For others, the potential benefits of amplifying reading-labor-power through nonconsumptive use of book corpora fulfills the dreams of early twentiethcentury Russian formalism and yields new, distant ways  ...  Close Reading, Distant Reading, and Labor Reading literature with the aid of computational techniques is controversial.  ...  The first is that, in the use of DT NNS IN and NNP CC PRP, the Pacific Diary narrative gives many more comparative and locative descriptions of characters and artifacts than do other portions of the text  ... 
doi:10.3368/ss.46.3.76 fatcat:zddq3brkcjalzhhjml5c7sesky

Multiple Authors and Puzzled Readers in the Historia Augusta [chapter]

Adam M. Kemezis
2022 Reading History in the Roman Empire  
Nearlya ll these methodological statements can be read as referring to asingle project thatoriginallyhad aunified narrative voice.The fiction of the scriptores has,inthis reading, been added on late and  ...  Readers will notice the accelerating multiplicity of new names.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110764062-012 fatcat:pwaovyefhbef5eo6jmgndmmdxq
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