Week 7 "Before Class notes--Writing
Week 7 "Before Class notes--Writing 17966
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Gabrielle Cervantes on Sunday October 4, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 17966 at University of Texas at El Paso taught by Dr. So Jung Kim in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 23 views. For similar materials see RED 2430: Foundations of Literacy and Learning in Education and Teacher Studies at University of Texas at El Paso.
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Date Created: 10/04/15
Week 7 Before Class notesWriting Differences bw Oral and Written Language Development ORAL 0 Every culture develops oral lang 0 Every child learns oral lang of community 0 Learned w little explicit instruction 0 Primary vehicle for meeting people s needs WRITTEN 0 Not every culture develops written lang 0 Not every child learns it 0 For most it s learned w extensive explicit instruction 0 Not primary vehicle for meeting ppl s needs Teaching Writing in a 2rld Language 0 O O 3 approaches direct interactive process based DIRECT Emphasizes explicit and direct instruction of specific readwrite skills Ex weekly spelling lists correct misspellings and punctuation errors activities INTERACTIVE Learning mediated through interaction w other learners or knowledgeable other Goal achievement in reading and writing interest in readwrite Ex peerlearning opportunities gradual release of responsibility models I do you do I do you help You do I help You do I watch Supports individual teaching and learning for heterogeneous learners Group learning collaborative observing PROCESS Stress use of written lang for communication and selfexpression Engage in freereadingwriting in which communication is emphasized Ex dialogue journals readwriter workshops sustained silent reading Discourse Patterns patterns through which person expresses thoughts on a subject Language experience approach LEA helps native Eng speakers see reading as talk written down integrates listening speaking reading and writing skills Culture Wheels motivates children to write in 2nd language about themselves Conclusion 0 Teaching writing must be rooted in meaning and include cultural experiences 0 When students use words grammar from 1st 1ang they re using rule governed behaviors
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