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1 Language and Learning Style

2  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?  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?

3  Organized for activity  Everyone participates  Collaborative relationships  Building communities of learners  Alternate assessments  Organized for activity  Everyone participates  Collaborative relationships  Building communities of learners  Alternate assessments

4  Language is the first institution- objectifies, interprets, and justifies reality for the child.  External, objective, has the power of moral authority and is historical  Language is the first institution- objectifies, interprets, and justifies reality for the child.  External, objective, has the power of moral authority and is historical

5  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  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

6  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  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

7  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  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

8  History Ohio passes first bilingual education law 1920s- WWI fears lead to English- only laws Title VII Bilingual Education Act Lau vs. Nichols limited English proficient (LEP) 1990s- backlash

9  English Language Learners (ELLs) Silent/receptive/preproduction stage Early production stage Speech emergence stage Intermediate language proficiency stage Advanced language proficiency stage  English Language Learners (ELLs) Silent/receptive/preproduction stage Early production stage Speech emergence stage Intermediate language proficiency stage Advanced language proficiency stage

10  Curriculum  Assessment  Globalization  Curriculum  Assessment  Globalization


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