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This presentation explores the link between oral language and students future literacy success.

This presentation explores the link between oral language and students future literacy success.

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  • 1. The Power of Their Words:The Power of Their Words: Language and Literacy Development In Early Childhood Classrooms
  • 2. Words and letters hold the secrets of the universe, and in their shapes and sounds I can find everything, see beyond myself, and reach the ear of God. From : Eliza, in the movie, Bee Season
  • 3. Language and LiteracyLanguage and Literacy •Enlightenment •Engagement •Empowerment
  • 4. LLanguage LLearningearning
  • 5. •Immersion •Demonstration •Expectations •Responsibility •Approximations •Employment •Response Conditions of LearningConditions of Learning -Dr. Brain Cambourne-
  • 6. I never teach pupils; I only attemptI never teach pupils; I only attempt to provide conditions in whichto provide conditions in which TheyThey ALLALL can learn.can learn.
  • 7. Immersion
  • 8. Immersed Learners are… •Saturated by •Enveloped in •Flooded by •Steeped •Bathed in That which is to be learned.
  • 9. • I like the way____ used... • Can you share more... • Class, did you hear... • I love the way you... • I noticed when... • Your thinking is amazing... • How did you figure that out.. • That is wonderful-tell me more... • How did you come up with that... • I am amazed and how you can... • When you____, I see.... • That is so interesting... • I never considered it that way... • Thank you for stretching our thinking... • WOW! What a great way of seeing that... • Why is it you see it that way... • What helped you get there... • What is making you think of.. When We Say….Students Feel?When We Say….Students Feel?
  • 10. DDemonstrateemonstrate
  • 11. • Observe? • See? • Witness? • Experience? • Feel? • Study? • Explore?
  • 12. •ApproximationsApproximations •FeedbackFeedback •PracticePractice
  • 13. LanguageLanguage andand Literacy InstructionLiteracy Instruction
  • 14. National Early Literacy Panel Strong Predictors of Success in Reading, Writing, & Spelling • Oral Language (Listening; Vocabulary) • Alphabet Knowledge • Concepts About Print • Phonological (Phonemic) Awareness • Invented Spelling • Writing Name • RAN (Rapid Automatic Naming)
  • 15. • Phonological AwarenessPhonological Awareness - general understanding of the sound structure of words, including rhymes, syllables and phonemes (individual sounds). • PPhonemic awarenesshonemic awareness - subcategory of phonological awareness; refers to the ability to identify and manipulate sounds; includes blending and segmentation. • Phonics - the relationship between the letters of written language and the sounds (phonemes) of spoken language.
  • 16. Katherine needs to hear the word before she can say the word, decode or read the word, and then write the word.
  • 17. Take a Listening WalkTake a Listening Walk
  • 18. ““I canI can HEARHEAR the words”the words”
  • 19. •BooksBooks •PoemsPoems •ChantsChants •SongsSongs •AlliterationAlliteration Power of RhymePower of Rhyme
  • 20. •Syllable •Onset •Rime
  • 21. PPhoneme?honeme?
  • 22. ."
  • 23. Code Breaker Text User Meaning Maker Text Analyst/Critic 21st Century Proficienc y
  • 24. Teach Text Talk Task Tools Time
  • 25. • I like the way____ used... • Can you share more... • Class, did you hear... • I love the way you... • I noticed when... • Your thinking is amazing... • How did you figure that out.. • That is wonderful-tell me more... • How did you come up with that... • I am amazed and how you can... • When you____, I see.... • That is so interesting... • I never considered it that way... • Thank you for stretching our thinking... • WOW! What a great way of seeing that... • Why is it you see it that way... • What helped you get there... • What is making you think of.. When We Say….Students Feel?When We Say….Students Feel?
  • 26. Photo Attributions: • Inspiration Photo on Flickr by H.Koppdelaney’s • Heart Hug Photo on Flickr by Moranga • All We Need Photo on Flickr by Gagetgirl • Glimpse into My World Photo on Flickr by Carp • Baby Book Photo on Flickr by gragareousspeach • Teacher Photo on Flickr by Enmak • Joy Photo on Flickr by Shana Ray • Trinity Reading Newspaper Photo on Flickr by LittleImage • In the Hat Photo on Flickr by Beth Armshimeimer • Like Winds of Sea Photo on Flickr by Coolgirlsar • Corporate Alphabet Photo on Flickr by Kate A. • Photo JFK, Martin Luther King on Google Image