Week 5Discussion-Language&Credo

Week 5Discussion-Language&Credo - What direct or...

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EDU 203 Credo for Teachers Language Fall 2011 Discussion
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Credo for Teachers Guided discussion on language Kimmel Ticket out the Door Agenda
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Announcements Midterm – October 18 th Types of questions Where to take it
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Credo for Support What is the message of this film? What surprised you? What moved you?
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Credo for Teachers Whole Group (Delpit, Ladson-Bilings, Collins) - Using the text passages, what might these authors include in a Credo for Teachers?
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Consider the following: In small groups analyze the statements from our texts: Who is making this statement? What can you learn about this person’s beliefs or ideology?
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Unformatted text preview: What direct or indirect toxic language is apparent? What do these toxic words or implications mean? What assumptions are made? Kimmel and Privilege Did this reading make you think differently about your social locations? (i.e., being white, being middle class, being male, being straight, etc.). How? Think back to my example of straight privilege. Can you make some more connections to your own social locations? Did this make you think more about your possible privilege? Why is this important to think about as a teacher? Ticket Out the Door Write down 1 idea you would include in your own Credo for Teachers...
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Week 5Discussion-Language&Credo - What direct or...

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