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The Constructivist Model
Views on Reading
 From these learning
theories, concrete
teaching models have
evolved and have been
continuously modified to
meet the need...
Literacy of 20th Century
Has paved the way
new literacy studies
which would
gradually lead to
redefining literacy.
From the historical
perspective of Christie
 The greater level of sophistication in literacy
such as new kinds of writing...
Constructivist Model
 The Constructivist model asserts that emergent
learners need to interact which would positively
mak...
 An educative
experience must be
continuous, provoke
change, and
emphasized the
importance of the
participation of the
le...
Distinct advantaged of the
Constructivist Model
 Literacy instruction
embedded in meaningful
social context,
 Students e...
Views on Reading
Silbestein (1987)-
accounted for the
developments in
reading
instruction.
Reading was viewed
simply as sp...
Goodman (1967-1980)
 Reading as a psycholinguistic guessing
game
 Reading as an active process
 Capitalizes on children...
Chomsky (1972)
 Reading to a child aids literacy skills.
 Increases interest in books and in
learning to read.
Enhances ...
Holdway (1979)
 Children learn to read naturally in the
home environment and interaction with
parents
 Children emulate ...
Vgotsky (1981)
 Children's all higher mental functions are
internalized social relationship.
 Children increases their i...
Teale (1982)
 Reading is acquired through socially
interactive and emulative behavior
 Social function and conventions o...
Views on Reading by Morrow 1989
Goodman
1967,1980
Chomsky
(1972)
Holdaway
(1979)
Vgotsky
(1981)
Teale
(1982)
-Reading as a...
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Jecelyn C. Anain
Beed 3d
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Professor
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Constructivist model and views on reading

  1. 1. The Constructivist Model Views on Reading
  2. 2.  From these learning theories, concrete teaching models have evolved and have been continuously modified to meet the needs of emergent learners and to develop their literacy skills.
  3. 3. Literacy of 20th Century Has paved the way new literacy studies which would gradually lead to redefining literacy.
  4. 4. From the historical perspective of Christie  The greater level of sophistication in literacy such as new kinds of writing, new genres which are necessary for new knowledge and new ways of thinking .  The kind of literacy provided in the home will be brought by the young learner in the school and therefore the school has to take such considerations in designing early literacy instruction.
  5. 5. Constructivist Model  The Constructivist model asserts that emergent learners need to interact which would positively make them interested and be involved in meaningful activities.  In Dewey constructivist education, a view on teaching and learning as a conscious process of reconstruction of experience.
  6. 6.  An educative experience must be continuous, provoke change, and emphasized the importance of the participation of the learner in the formation of purposes purposes.  Skills are taught at the point when they are likely to be e usefuk to kifs, as part of an authentic literary task.
  7. 7. Distinct advantaged of the Constructivist Model  Literacy instruction embedded in meaningful social context,  Students exploration of the functions if literacy,  Students-centered, and  Recognize different life experiences and cultural schemata in the meaning making process.
  8. 8. Views on Reading Silbestein (1987)- accounted for the developments in reading instruction. Reading was viewed simply as speech written down. Psycholinguistic theory was elaborated in a contemporary interactive approach which emphasized the role of cognition in an interaction of reader and text . +
  9. 9. Goodman (1967-1980)  Reading as a psycholinguistic guessing game  Reading as an active process  Capitalizes on children's prior strengths, past experiences and knowledge.  Childe attempts to reconstruct his own knowledge.
  10. 10. Chomsky (1972)  Reading to a child aids literacy skills.  Increases interest in books and in learning to read. Enhances background information and sence of story structures  Familiarization with language of books
  11. 11. Holdway (1979)  Children learn to read naturally in the home environment and interaction with parents  Children emulate the reading model set up by thee parents.
  12. 12. Vgotsky (1981)  Children's all higher mental functions are internalized social relationship.  Children increases their independent engagement in reading activities through interaction with literate adults.
  13. 13. Teale (1982)  Reading is acquired through socially interactive and emulative behavior  Social function and conventions of reading are acquired through interactive literacy events.
  14. 14. Views on Reading by Morrow 1989 Goodman 1967,1980 Chomsky (1972) Holdaway (1979) Vgotsky (1981) Teale (1982) -Reading as a psycholinguisti c guessing game. -Reading as an active process -Capitalizes on children’s prior strengths, past experiences and knowledge. - Child attempts to reconstruct his own knowledge. Reading to a child aids literacy skills. -increase interest in books and in learning to read. -enhances background information and sense of story structures. -familiarization with language of books - Children learn to read naturally in the home environment and interaction with parents. -Children emulate the reading model set up by the parents. -Children’s all higher mental functions are internalized social relationship. -Children increase their independent engagement in reading activities through interaction with literate adults. -Reading is acquired through socially interactive and emulative behavior. -Social functions and conventions of reading are acquired through interactive literacy events.
  15. 15. Presentation created by: Jecelyn C. Anain Beed 3d Submitted to Mam Janette Fronda Professor

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