   Teaching Approach that integrates the four    skills of language learning-listening,    speaking, reading and writing....
   Language experience charts based on the    interesting, shared experiences become part    of the classroom print envir...
   Use experiences as the basis for thinking    and talking.   Develop concepts through talking,   clustering ideas, an...
 Focus on words children already know and  use during discussions and add new words  along the way. Record and display t...
 Choose a focal point, such as an interesting  classroom experience. Discuss the topic & create a title. Record the  tit...
 Read the chart with the children, pointing the  words. Take volunteers to read parts of all the chart. Let another chi...
 Skills can be taught in meaningful context as children read their own words.
 Writing through language experience is  published instantly, as it is recorded by the  teacher. Display charts on bulle...
LANGUAGE LEARNING APPROACH
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LANGUAGE LEARNING APPROACH

  1. 1.  Teaching Approach that integrates the four skills of language learning-listening, speaking, reading and writing. This is called the Language Experience Approach. Uses language experience charts which are composed orally by the children and recorded by the teacher on a piece of chart paper.
  2. 2.  Language experience charts based on the interesting, shared experiences become part of the classroom print environment and student composed texts for reading and rereading. These charts show the connection between reading, writing, experience and meaning.
  3. 3.  Use experiences as the basis for thinking and talking. Develop concepts through talking, clustering ideas, and semantic webbing.
  4. 4.  Focus on words children already know and use during discussions and add new words along the way. Record and display these words on word strips or chart paper.
  5. 5.  Choose a focal point, such as an interesting classroom experience. Discuss the topic & create a title. Record the title on top of the chart. Use questions like “What else can you tell me?” Children watch as the teacher writes their ideas on the chart & read while he/she is writing.
  6. 6.  Read the chart with the children, pointing the words. Take volunteers to read parts of all the chart. Let another child point to the words while others read.
  7. 7.  Skills can be taught in meaningful context as children read their own words.
  8. 8.  Writing through language experience is published instantly, as it is recorded by the teacher. Display charts on bulletin boards and walls and bind them together, creating class books for further reading and rereading.

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