 To be able to determine the role of social

interactive process in Learning Language Arts
 To be able to understand the...
 Nonverbal communication
 Cooperation
 Accommodation
 Assimilation

 Social Conflict
 Competition
 Body language
 Nonverbal communication

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is the process of communicating by sending and
receiving wordless messages.
Coop...
 All social animals engage in interaction. What makes

human interaction so different is the capacity to use
language. La...
Understanding Social Interaction
 In sociology, social interaction is a dynamic,

changing sequence of social actions bet...
 “Indeed

Human
interaction
is
symbolic
interaction, for interaction is meaningful or
intelligent only when the participa...
 Learning theory of Lev Vygotsky

-that children acquire new knowledge through meaningful
interaction with other people
-...
 1) The main function of language is social

communication.
 2) Learning is social and requires interaction with
other p...
 1) to provide support as the child develops new

understanding through social interaction
 2) to mediate learning coope...
 You

learn the language skills through social
interaction
 Social interaction is so important for without it, the
world...
References:
 http://dialogue.hubpages.com/hub/Social-Interaction-

and-Social-Processes
 https://www.boundless.com/socio...
THANK YOU 
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  1. 1.  To be able to determine the role of social interactive process in Learning Language Arts  To be able to understand the importance of social interaction in the communication process  To be able to participate actively on the given activity related to social interactive process
  2. 2.  Nonverbal communication  Cooperation  Accommodation  Assimilation  Social Conflict  Competition  Body language
  3. 3.  Nonverbal communication       is the process of communicating by sending and receiving wordless messages. Cooperation is the process of two or more people working or acting in concert. Accommodation is the process of creating a new schema. Assimilation the process of fitting a new experience into an existing or previously created cognitive structure or schema. Social Conflict is the struggle for agency or power within a society to gain control of scarce resources. Competition is a contest between people or groups of people for control over resources. Body language part of social interaction that uses bodily gestures
  4. 4.  All social animals engage in interaction. What makes human interaction so different is the capacity to use language. Language symbols are used. Sociologists often describe human interaction as symbolic interaction.  Social interaction is possible through signs and symbols.
  5. 5. Understanding Social Interaction  In sociology, social interaction is a dynamic, changing sequence of social actions between individuals or groups. People Talking Talking is a method of communication that is a model example of social interaction. Through social interactions like conversation, individuals are able to form groups and coordinate behavior.
  6. 6.  “Indeed Human interaction is symbolic interaction, for interaction is meaningful or intelligent only when the participant share a common universe or communiting of symbols, words or names.”- Charles Anderson  “Social interaction is mutual influences that individual and groups have on one another in their attempt to solve problems and their straining towards goals.” - Arnold W. Green.
  7. 7.  Learning theory of Lev Vygotsky -that children acquire new knowledge through meaningful interaction with other people -cognitive development was the result of social interaction within the environment.  Focuses on social structure/ peer collaboration. He believes in the fundamental role of social interaction in the development of cognition.  -stated that community is key in the process of making meaning. Learning comes from within (skill base) and from without (society).  -teachers focus on hands-on learning involving the real world/ society through team work and/ or peer collaboration
  8. 8.  1) The main function of language is social communication.  2) Learning is social and requires interaction with other people.  3) Knowledge develops first through social interaction and then becomes an internalized part of the cognitive structure of the learner.  4) Learning events must take into account the socio-cultural context of cognition, or daily life experiences
  9. 9.  1) to provide support as the child develops new understanding through social interaction  2) to mediate learning cooperatively with support  3) to be flexible, depending on the child's response to an activity  4) to vary the amount of support, from giving direct instruction to making subtle suggestions
  10. 10.  You learn the language skills through social interaction  Social interaction is so important for without it, the world wouldn't be the same. People wouldn't be able to share ideas with one another (cultural diffusion) and the world would be bland and boring.  Being acquainted with social interactive process will help you learn the language arts and will develop your communicative competence.
  11. 11. References:  http://dialogue.hubpages.com/hub/Social-Interaction- and-Social-Processes  https://www.boundless.com/sociology/understanding -social-interaction/  Yang, Tae-sik, Teaching Language Arts for Multicultural Education. Seoul National University of Education
  12. 12. THANK YOU 

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