Chapter 8 Power Point

Report
Language and Learning Style
 Do
you remember learning how to talk?
 Think about a time when someone didn’t
understand you. What did you do to help
them understand you?
 What is the difference between an accent
and a dialect?
 What is an appropriate distance to stand
when talking to someone?
 What do you think about bilingual
education?
 Organized
 Everyone
for activity
participates
 Collaborative
 Building
relationships
communities of learners
 Alternate
assessments
 Language
is the first institutionobjectifies, interprets, and justifies reality
for the child.
 External, objective, has
the power of
moral authority and is historical
 Accent-
the way words are pronounced
 Dialect- variation of some standard
language form that includes differences in
pronunciation, word usage, and syntax
•
•
•
•
Black English(Ebonics)
Rural English
Mountain English
Standard English
 Bidialectalism-
refers to the ability to speak
two or more dialects.
 American Sign Language

Body movements and facial expressions

50%-90% of messages we send/receive

Functions
•
•
•
•
Convey messages
Augment verbal communication
Contradict verbal communication
Replace verbal communication

Proxemics- distance between people

Kinesics- body movements

Paralanguage- sounds
 Field
independent
• Abstract, analytical, individualistic, prefers
working alone, intrinsically motivated
 Field
dependent
• Well-developed social skills, perceives globally,
observational approach to learning, extrinsically
motivated
 Multiple
Intelligences
 History
1839Ohio
passes
first
bilingual
education
law
1968Title VII
Bilingual
Education
Act
1920sWWI
fears lead
to
Englishonly laws
1981limited
English
proficient
(LEP)
1974- Lau
vs.
Nichols
1990sbacklash
 English
Language Learners (ELLs)
• Silent/receptive/preproduction stage
• Early production stage
• Speech emergence stage
• Intermediate language proficiency stage
• Advanced language proficiency stage
 Curriculum
 Assessment
 Globalization

similar documents