Sunday, November 8, 2009

PLN 21

In "Can Literacy be Taught?" by David Warlick, the author says that for someone to be literate in anything, they cannot just learn it. They need to become fluent in their learning. I agree with the author. Skills don't help unless they become habits. For people to become literate in anything, they need to learn to read, process, and express knowledge in it. This is what matters to me in David Warlick's "Can Literacy be Taught?"

1 comment:

  1. That's true. Skills don't crystallize unless they become habits. How do you think teaching comes into play? Do you think to truly learn something be literate one must teach it?