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Click to edit Master subtitle  style  12/6/10 Language,  Literacy &  Thought Week 2, Class 2
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Today’s Agenda What is the relationship between oral and  written language? Language use Language forms
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Domains of Language Or al W r i t t en Recept i ve Li st eni ng Readi ng Expr essi ve Speaki ng W r i t i ng
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Dimensions of Language Use Formality Formal vs. informal language use
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Audience Demands Contextualized vs. Decontextualized Degree to which the audience must supply  background knowledge Contextualized Assumption of shared knowledge Decontextualized The message is clear in the absence of additional  information
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Common Differences 
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Unformatted text preview: Common Differences Formality Contextualization Vocabulary use Syntactic structure Text structures The Great Debate: Is learning to read the same as learning Yes: Whole Language (Goodman, Smith) Children should be immersed in a print-rich environment and will learn automatically No: Direct Instruction (Adams, Chall, Snow) Learning to read is not natural Which language skills do children need to learn to Text / story structures Vocabulary and general knowledge Print awareness Phonological awareness...
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