Literacy Scaffolding Strategies Victoria B. WMWP July 2004
Scaffolding Scaffolding Scaffolding Scaffolding Scaffolding
 
Teacher support gradually decreases as student responsibility increases
Students internalize the thinking processes apply the skill independently and generalize to other contexts
Teacher considerations include: <ul><li>Student background knowledge </li></ul><ul><li>Beginning where the child is at </l...
“ Young children go beyond the literal, surface features of a text with purposeful, thoughtful instructional scaffolding” ...
Future research on the various forms of scaffolding will indicate which are the most significant for children’s growth as ...
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Using Literacy Scaffolding Victoria

  1. 1. Literacy Scaffolding Strategies Victoria B. WMWP July 2004
  2. 2. Scaffolding Scaffolding Scaffolding Scaffolding Scaffolding
  3. 4. Teacher support gradually decreases as student responsibility increases
  4. 5. Students internalize the thinking processes apply the skill independently and generalize to other contexts
  5. 6. Teacher considerations include: <ul><li>Student background knowledge </li></ul><ul><li>Beginning where the child is at </li></ul><ul><li>Many opportunities to practice </li></ul><ul><li>Adjusting the support </li></ul><ul><li>Providing appropriate feedback </li></ul>
  6. 7. “ Young children go beyond the literal, surface features of a text with purposeful, thoughtful instructional scaffolding” (Wollman-Bonilla, 1999). “ Teacher scaffolding creates a zone of proximal development” (Wollman-Bonilla, 1999).
  7. 8. Future research on the various forms of scaffolding will indicate which are the most significant for children’s growth as readers and response writers. (Wollman-Bonilla, 1999) SCAFFOLDING

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