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LANGUAGE - COMMUNICATION

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LANGUAGE IS POWER! 

 

  1. What Is Language?
  2. Why Is Oral Language Important?
  3. What Do We Know About Oral Language Development?
  4. How Does Language Grow? 
  5. Is Language Development “Finished” When Children Enter School?
  6. What Do We Know about Diverse Dialects?
  7. How Do Students Use Language?
  8. How Can We Promote Language Growth?

 

LANGUAGE-COMMUNICATION-CLASS DISCUSSION 

What characteristics of a productive discussion do you see in the video?

How might these characteristics be modified to use in classrooms at every level?

What is the teacher doing to enhance the students' understanding of th text?

What assumptions, if any, has the teacher made in order to hold this discussion?

What role does language, the principles of group discussion, and the innate human desire to contribute play in this interaction?

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