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The students will be asked to read the text on their own, annotating and formulating discussion questions. Students will then be asked to read the text a second time in smaller groups during the first couple of class periods after the text is assigned. How the voices of the author, the colonizer, and the colonized are represented within the historical and literary texts will be a guiding question for all the groups as well other questions generated by the students. A map of the world will be displayed in the classroom and used as a visual reference while traveling on the geographic tour.

The point affirms Prenksy’s thinking that educators have the responsibility to establish a methodology, such as using video games in learning, to allow the content to “talk back,” so to speak, to their students. 14 A New Literacies Dictionary Gee recently visited Colorado State University and talked about schools that are using video games as the structure of the school itself. ” I agree with Prensky and Gee that as educators we must engage students on the level that most effectively and successfully reaches their needs as learners.

Robinson said she would like to hear it and when she did she loved it. " The collaborative work that Robinson and I did demonstrates what students might be instructed to do in a secondary English classroom. Twentieth-century technology affords new opportunities to collaborate in educational settings: over email, on blogs, in online chat rooms, and by 12 A New Literacies Dictionary combining different sensibilities to create multimodal and digital texts. Partners or groups can combine their strengths and strengthen their weaknesses in collaboration and present their work in digital formats, as the following YouTube video demonstrates: See also: Underserved populations Writing Project (CSUWPAI) YouTube 13 Adam Mackie Digital natives Digital Games “Talk Back” Mark Prensky's articles "Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants" (2001) and "Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants, Part II: Do They Really Think Differently," (2001) from On the Horizon, discuss how “students have changed radically” (1) and how educators must adapt with the times to teach effectively.

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