ML2 – Second Language Literacies

A blog for the Second Language Literacies course from the MA in Learning and Teaching Processes in Second Languages (ML2) at UPB-Medellín

Literacy and Multimodality at the University

By Andrés Bedoya and Tatiana Hoyos.
Professor Mario Ospina, a linguist from the Universidad de Antioquia, gives us an enlightning insight about the work that they have been doing through literacy based projects inside a university in Medellín, Colombia.


3 comments on “Literacy and Multimodality at the University

  1. ML2
    April 12, 2014

    Dear Tatiana and Felipe,
    I think your video is quite close to multimodality as it is very is illustrative. The guest speaker from Universidad de Antioquia gave us a lot of insights related to literacy and applied literacy in which univerisity students are aware of the process of creation written academic texts within a multimodality framework.


    Adriana Teresa Rozo Carvajal

  2. ML2
    April 15, 2014

    Hello Tatiana and Felipe- congratulations on your video. You offer an important insight with the interview of the U de A’s professor, as it helps us see literacy as a field that is being currently studied here in Medellín. I think you were very creative with your texts and the images you chose to show your points.
    Thank you for making such a good video.

    Giselle Isaza.

  3. ML2
    May 4, 2014

    Felipe and tatiana,
    I think your video is really clear ,and if a person is interested in to learn how multimodalities are aplied in a university this is a good example.
    Luz Elena Salazar.

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