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They express the key concepts, skills, significant and foundational, necessary for literacy development and growth. It has to motivate, arouses and engage children’s mind. We have to make sure children steer clear of the bramble –bushes to succeed as a reader and writer. Even though these two articles argue different topics but they have the same key concept and element. They want children to develop and succeed.
We are all the same with the potential to learn which every language our parents use. However, that is not so “babies are born knowing a great deal about language.” In the article, the writer wrote “Babies don 't know beforehand which language they are going to be exposed to. Potentially they have to be able to master any one of thousands of different languages. And, yet by the time they are four or five, children have figured out precisely which language is spoken in their community.” However, babies are fast learners. Children start learning their parent’s language long before they say their first word.
This class will teach you how to write advanced work. You will learn advanced vocabulary terms that will enhance your grammar and education. Language Arts provides you with certain tools you will need in your life. The students that attend Gulf Coast Charter School (GCCS) say that language arts class hands out a lot of homework, which is true, but they also say that it allows you to get an understanding of what highschool homework will look like. Overall, language arts is a class
SLO I: I have learned that experience with literacy will promote children in leaning literacy. Therefore, I will provide and display books around the classroom, so children can reach anytime. SLO II: I also provide anti-bias books for diverse children in my classroom to respect for who they are and where they come from. SLO III. I will provide books with different cultural and languages, so children will have a sense of inclusion in their classroom.
It is important for educators to foster a child’s confidence and appreciation for reading and writing. An educator needs to understand how literacy and language are acquired and strengthened throughout the different stage of a child’s development. Educators also need to incorporate print rich environments in their classrooms so children have many opportunities to read and write. References: Christie, J., Enz, B., et. al.
Previewing helps students read more quickly and effectively because it gives them and overview of the reading material as a whole to prep the student for the reading. Writing on the material is a productive outlet for the students it helps develop vocabulary and challenges the brain. The reason I choose brainstorming as a writing technique because it pushes the student to come up with clever ideals that will make for the best strategies for a reader to go from average to fluent. “A descriptive essay illustrate something in a way that your reader can see, feel, or hear whatever it is you 're talking about” (Roach, 2003). By creating a piece work that express the sight or how something feels or smells creates an image of how truly powerful words are.
In Helsel and Greenberg’s (2007) study, they use the Self-Regulated Strategy Development model (SRSD) to help students build their independence in their writing. SRSD is an observational approach to teaching students how to become effective writers. The model is organized into five stages. The first stage is “Build Background Knowledge.” Students work one-on-one with their teacher to build background knowledge about the given topic and the teacher helps by providing skills and strategies that the students might need to understand the material. In stage 2 “Discuss it”, the teacher discusses and describes the many strategies used to write different types of writing.
Reading space in has books that children could borrow and read. Independent learning is encouraged with activities related to the task this would require a great deal of reading. Mrs Vans class would be used to reading out loud to improve
Phonemic Awareness and Phonics As a ESL student, I learned a lot information to teach young students to read, pronounce letters and words. “English is an alphabetic language, and children learn crack this code as they learn about phonemes (sound), graphemes (letters), and graph phonemic (letter-sound) relationship (Tompkins, p.103). My first language`s letters sounds never changed, but in English it changes when different letters come together for example “sh”, “ch” and words are cat and cent. When you read these word, sound is changing first letter of words even same letter. I learned alphabetic code and how children develop phonological awareness by manipulating sounds, matching letters and sounds to decode words, and representing sounds using letters as