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Becoming literate does not simply mean learning how to read but also gaining knowledge and skills in other literacies such as technology, media, visual, etc. Direct and explicit instruction as well as modeling help one become literate.

Becoming literate does not simply mean learning how to read but also gaining knowledge and skills in other literacies such as technology, media, visual, etc. Direct and explicit instruction as well as modeling help one become literate.

I always think designing an identity for an art gallery sounds like a dream commission but then you are targeting an audience that is more visually literate than say mayonnaise-buyers and that must bring an added pressure. It’s a challenge Julien Lelièvre clearly relishes and the French graphic designer has proposed bold, communicative identities for both the Musée Picasso Paris and Palais de Tokyo in recent years.

I always think designing an identity for an art gallery sounds like a dream commission but then you are targeting an audience that is more visually literate than say mayonnaise-buyers and that must bring an added pressure. It’s a challenge Julien Lelièvre clearly relishes and the French graphic designer has proposed bold, communicative identities for both the Musée Picasso Paris and Palais de Tokyo in recent years.

Individual student's Reading Identity Ladder -zoom in on one portion. A Literate Life - Student Work

Individual student's Reading Identity Ladder -zoom in on one portion. A Literate Life - Student Work

The Manchu Way: The Eight Banners and Ethnic Identity in Late Imperial China: Mark C. Elliott: In 1644, the Manchus overthrew the Ming, Asia’s mightiest rulers, and established the Qing dynasty, which endured to 1912. From this event arises one of Chinese history’s great conundrums: How did a barely literate alien people manage to remain in power for nearly 300 years over a highly cultured population that was vastly superior in number?

The Manchu Way: The Eight Banners and Ethnic Identity in Late Imperial China: Mark C. Elliott: In 1644, the Manchus overthrew the Ming, Asia’s mightiest rulers, and established the Qing dynasty, which endured to 1912. From this event arises one of Chinese history’s great conundrums: How did a barely literate alien people manage to remain in power for nearly 300 years over a highly cultured population that was vastly superior in number?

A Literate Life - Student Work - I'm the kind of reader who...I'd like to be the kind of reader who...Three Reading Goals...LOVE this idea!!!

A Literate Life - Student Work - I'm the kind of reader who...I'd like to be the kind of reader who...Three Reading Goals...LOVE this idea!!!

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