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“Learning and Development”. Jean Piaget http:// gsi.berkeley.edu / teachingguide / theories/ piaget.html Constructivism, assimilation and accommodation Stages of development: Sensori -motor > Pre-operational > Concrete operational > Formal operational Criticisms of Piaget’s theory

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learning and development

“Learning and Development”

Jean Piaget

http://gsi.berkeley.edu/teachingguide/theories/piaget.html

Constructivism, assimilation and accommodation

Stages of development: Sensori-motor > Pre-operational > Concrete operational > Formal operational

Criticisms of Piaget’s theory

Importance of Piaget’s theory

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“Learning and Development”

Lev Vygotsky

http://gsi.berkeley.edu/teachingguide/theories/social.html#

Social constructivism

Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD)

Scaffolding

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“Learning and Development”

Multiple intelligences

Linguistic

Logico-mathematical

Musical

Spatial

Bodily-kinaesthetic

Interpersonal

Intrapersonal

Naturalist

*Preferred learning styles, variety in materials presentation

multiple intelligences think love

Multiple intelligences (think > love)

Linguistic (words > reading, writing, telling stories)

Logical-Mathematical (reasoning > experimenting, questioning, calculating)

Spatial (images and pictures > visualizing, drawing, designing)

Body-Kinesthetic (somatic sensations> running, jumping, dancing)

Musical (rhythms and melodies > listening, singing, tapping feet and hands)

Interpersonal (social interaction > leading, organizing, relating)

Intrapersonal (deep inside ourselves > being quiet, dreaming, setting goals)

Natural (outdoors > surviving, building, playing)

multiple intelligences need

Multiple intelligences (need)

Linguistic (books, discussion, debates, lectures, worksheets, journals)

Logical-Mathematical (logic problems, puzzles and games, questioning)

Spatial (movies, art, illustrated books, graphic organizers, charts, diagrams)

Body-Kinesthetic (role play, drama, movement, sports, crafts)

Musical (songs, concerts, instruments, jazz chants, background music)

Interpersonal (friends, social gatherings, clubs, peer sharing and teaching)

Intrapersonal (time alone, self-paced projects, independent study)

Natural (field trips, time outdoors, activities with animals and plants)

child as a language learner

“Child as a Language Learner”

Developmentally appropriate instruction and practices

Emotional/social, cognitive and physical development

Student interests > Engaging and motivating lessons

Ways to learn about children’s development

Language acquisition vs. language learning

Comprehensible input (I+1)

Ways to make input comprehensible

teaching listening

“Teaching Listening”

Hearing and listening

Help children learn a language better

Indicators of and coping with hearing loss

Receptive vs. productive skills

Learning channels (auditory, tactile, visual, kinesthetic)

Listening and reading skills – similarities

Listening capacity

Pronunciation and phonological awareness

Total Physical Response (TPR)

learning channels

Learning Channels

Auditory

Tactile

Visual

Kinesthetic (*add this to the three mentioned in your “Teaching Listening” reading assignment)

activities learning channels

Activities: Learning Channels

Listen and do – TPR activities > Kinesthetic

Sentence Bingo > Auditory

IncyWincy Spider > Auditory, kinesthetic, visual

Draw me a story > Auditory, visual

Pied Piper > Auditory, visual

In town > Auditory, visual

Shapes galore > Tactile

The teacher is a cassette player > Auditory

Mime what happens > Kinesthetic

Visualization > Auditory

teaching speaking

“Teaching Speaking”

Children experiment and play with language > utterances to words

Innovations > own verses and versions of songs and finger plays

Myth > children develop language skills more readily than adults

Pronunciation > Troublesome sounds when 10-11 years old

MLU> number of morphemes found in a sample utterance

Children tend to overgeneralize grammar rules

Aims of programs should be in line with stages of development

ALM > drills with choral response + dialogues (language patterns)

Drills more interesting > personalize

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“Teaching Speaking”

Choral response > students respond in unison

Dialogues provide learners with grammatically controlled scripts

Puppets make children feel comfortable, relaxed and amused

Fishbowl > Teacher models an activity with a volunteer or puppet

CLT > Connect classroom language learning to the outside world

Games > purposeful in the classroom and a big part of growing up

Tongue twisters are a fun way to teach pronunciation

Error correction > depends on fluency or accuracy work being done

Classroom control > well-planned lessons and visual clues