Read the historical ground section and tell what was specifically learned about the new literacy theory that can inform my classroom instruction. Please tell what this means for the learners. Each section should be a complete paragraph (at least 5 complete sentences) with details and meaningful reflections to explain why you selected it/ why it resonated with you/ what you learned/ how it informed your evolving understanding of literacy theory.Implications for classrooms & Implications for researching literacy (1 paragraph, 5 sentences)- For this section please make a connection with the text. Each section should be a complete paragraph (at least 5 complete sentences) with details and meaningful reflections to explain why you selected it/ why it resonated with you/ what you learned/ how it informed your evolving understanding of literacy theory.Part 2: (5 bullet points- 1 question, 1 sentence per bullet point. 10 sentences)Please write items that you notice/ questions that you have as a literacy educator as you read the “classroom case study” section of each chapter. Each item should be bulleted. Please include at least 5 bullets. Each bullet should be at least 2 complete sentences in length (item that you notice with an explanation and/or question with an extension/ thought).This might be one of the following–a question about something you read, but did not completely understand- a point that you would like to clarify or extend-an item that you connect with/ that makes you wonders how this could be implemented in your literacy curriculumPart 3: What was learned from the interview and how can it be applied to a first-grade classroom. -5 sentencesexpanded your understanding of the literacy theory. This should be a complete paragraph (at least 5 sentences in length). ConclusionReflect upon the “Conclusion” section of the chapter. How has your literacy theoretical framework evolved as a result of reading this chapter of the text? Did you learn anything specific that you could put in the Conclusion about teaching and learning with a new literacy lens?