how nice to know that you're now among the delurked participants!
I can follow you when you tell how impressed, excited & thrilled you are
about this list - which is only part of our many online activities!
Please see if you can join us at one of our weekly Sunday classes in
tapped IN at noon GMT, or tell us when you can make it with your webcam
for a test session with someone to meet you at the other end of the line.
You're asking for considerations about "linking media literacy with ESL at
any level - teaching with and about the media - tv, radio, advertising,
print. Inside my head, the webhead interactive and experimental way of
integrating our personal experiences in the exploration of online media
learning, IS part of developing an active and convergent-media-literacy.
because on the web, you'll find most of it already! And, one important
aspect is how students and their teachers may get involved in real
lifelike-production by using digital and internet enhanced tools.
Please tell us more about your masters study in media literacy!
PS (and you're welcome to add me to your buddy list in Yahoo messenger, my
id is Susannenyrop.)
I've been lurking since joining in January and am so
impressed, excited, thrilled and more about the list,
the resources, the people and the leader :-) Hi Vance!
that I don't have words! Someday, I'll get my webcam
working and join tapped in and other discusssions, but
as of now, I'm wondering if anyone has considered
linking media literacy with ESL at any level. I'm
finishing another masters in Media lit - teaching with
and about the media - tv, radio, advertising,print
Thanks for any and all responses!