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The constructivist model.devread2

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The constructivist model.devread2

  1. 1. THE CONSTRUCTIVIST MODEL in constructivist model the skills are taught at the point when they are likely to be useful to kids as part of an authentic literacy task.
  2. 2. SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIVIST THEORY OF LEARNING A. Vygotsky - interacting with others in a variety of experiences. B. Dewey – teaching and learning as a conscious process of reconstruction of experience.
  3. 3. FOUR DISTINCT ADVANTAGES OF THE CONSTRUCTIVIST MODEL: 1. Social context. 2. Exploration of the functions of literacy. 3. Student – centered. 4. Recognize different life experiences and cultural schemata.
  4. 4. SOCIAL CONSTRUCTIVIST THEORY OF LEARNING A. Vygotsky – interacting with others in a variety of experiences. B. Dewey – teaching and learning as a conscious process of reconstruction of experience. C. Bruner – actively involved in their learnings.
  5. 5. THEORIES IN READING ACQUISITION  Durkin – speaking of primary or secondary language has an impact on the type of reading and writing instruction provides in schools.  Reading is viewed as speech.  Extensive reading is essential for the development of reading comprehension.
  6. 6. THEORIES ON EARLY WRITING  Children develop their writing naturally through playing.  Children also develop their writing through social interaction.  According to Vygotsky, child’s language learning begins in the pre-speech communication between parents and infants.
  7. 7. EARLY WRITING ACQUISITION 1. Familiar situations and real life experiences. 2. Playfully making marks. 3. Learn written languages before they learn the form. 4. Constant invention and reinvention of the forms of written languages. 5. Social situations and interactions. 6. By observing skilled others and by participating with them.

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