Ok, so you have found a “literary-in-the-everyday” text, created a dynamic lesson, licensed your work with an open license, and taught your lesson to real, live students. Now, we would like for you to share your experiences with the FLLITE community. How did things go? Did your students enjoy the text? Did they enjoy the FLLITE approach and working with the literary in the everyday? Did the pedagogical sequence of your lesson make sense? What kind of feedback did your students give you? What are your impressions of the quality of their work and of the effects of working in this vein? How might you collaborate with colleagues and students to create an even better lesson?
The goal of the FLLITE Project is to build a supportive, professional network for fostering the creation of high-quality L2 literacy materials. Learning in such a community of practice is not only about sharing your products with each other but also about sharing your stories –your successes and failures, so that we may all benefit!
There are two ways to share your stories, questions, observations:
- Join the private FLLITE Facebook group.
- Write an informal case study to publish on the Case Studies page.