Reading, writing, film, workshop, teacher, training


This paper presents theoretical reflections on the concept of literacy and its current complexity. Then, a serie of films is introduced to be worked on and applied in the field of teaching and teachers training. A collage of three cultures aims at the revision of concepts and practice related to advanced literacy. Finally, methodological activities are provided and used at a workshop.


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Pérsico, M., & Contín, S. (2005). What does it means to be literate nowadays?. [¿Qué significa actualmente estar alfabetizado?]. Comunicar, 24, 177-182.



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