RWL in ESL Chapter 5

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Published on February 1, 2009

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Reading, Writing, and Learning in ESL : Reading, Writing, and Learning in ESL Chapter 5 – Part I Charles Fullerton Slide 2: “I won’t know what my story is about until I finish my picture!” Osvaldo, age 5 Transfer : Transfer Benefits of primary language literacy 2 Reading Theories : 2 Reading Theories Reading Readiness : Reading Readiness Children not developmentally ready until they reach mental age of 6.6 Reading Readiness : Reading Readiness Postpone reading until Grade 1 Reading success from sub skill acquisition (auditory and visual discrimination, visual motor skills, large motor skills) Emergent Literacy : Emergent Literacy Literacy development parallels oral development process (immersion) Begins with exposure to reading and writing at home Emergent Literacy : Emergent Literacy Alphabetic principle: Speech stream can be broken into phonemes Letters of alphabet can represent these speech sounds Knowing letter-sound correspondence allows “recoding” Emergent Literacy : Emergent Literacy Emphasize literacy same as oral development, but: Oral language universally achieved No Chomskian “literacy acquisition device” Oral language learned with little explicit instruction (needed to achieve conventional spelling) Can’t get by in life without talking - immediacy First Alphabet : First Alphabet 3000 years ago Phonecians Grapheme : Grapheme Phoneme – smallest unit of sound that makes a difference in meaning Grapheme – letter or letter combination that represents that sound Reading, Writing, and Learning in ESL : Reading, Writing, and Learning in ESL Chapter 5 – Part II Charles Fullerton Emergent Literacy : Emergent Literacy Slide 14: Holistic Slide 15: Daily immersion Slide 16: Large format texts Slide 17: Word bank Explicit Phonetics Instruction : Explicit Phonetics Instruction Slide 19: Only after need identified Slide 20: Recognize new words independently Slide 21: Onsets Rimes Spelling Developmental Levels : Spelling Developmental Levels Slide 23: Prephonetic ie. mll = dog Slide 24: Phonetic ie. frum = from Slide 25: Transitional Slide 26: Conventional Portfolios : Portfolios Slide 28: Track student progress

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