Reconceptualizing the Literacies in Adolescents' Lives: Bridging the Everyday/Academic Divide

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TEACHER RESPONSE
Addressing Sociocultural and Identity Issues
in Adolescents’ Literacy Lives

Justin Claypool and George White

The following email exchanges between Justin Claypool and George White are in response to the three chapters in Part III. Justin and George teach at Morningside Middle School in North Charleston, South Carolina.

From: JUSTIN_CLAYPOOL
Sent: Monday, April 18, 2011 7:45 AM
To: GEORGE_WHITE
Subject: Power Codes?

George,

I was reading the chapter by Bob Fecho, Bette Davis, and Renee Moore last night
and was forced to stop in confusion. What do they mean “power codes”? It says:
“Students need to be taught mainstream power codes in ways that critique those
codes and open them to further expansion and greater inclusion.” I’d expect to
see the term “power codes” in The Lord of The Rings, not in a textbook. Can you
explain it? I do not get all the “codes,” “switching codes,” etc.

Justin

From: GEORGE_WHITE
Sent: Monday, April 18, 2011 8:13 AM
To: JUSTIN_CLAYPOOL
Subject: Re: Power Codes?

Hey, I can’t talk during planning (parent conference), but I thought I’d send you this quick email because I didn’t get that either at first. The idea of codes brings

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