2.1 Spoken English Language

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Whatever the perspective, teachers can embrace different cultures in which children bring to the classroom their languages. Emmitt and colleagues articulate that children’s first language has differences in cultural context that can make meaning and reality. Thus, providing significant, authentic opportunities and a variety of goals into a diverse classroom can emulate real life literacy experiences.
2.1 Spoken English language variations
Standard Australian English (SAE) is the variation of English amongst others recognized as the Australian official language, Fellowes and Oakley (2010). Subsequently, it is important that children develop competency in SAE.
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