BLE 220 Aug 31

BLE 220 Aug 31 -   As
you
come
in
and
get
settled:
 Talk
with
the
person(s)
next
to


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Unformatted text preview: 8/30/09   As
you
come
in
and
get
settled:
 Talk
with
the
person(s)
next
to
 you
about
your
Initial
Reaction
 Questionnaire:
   Who
did
you
interview?
   What
did
they
have
to
say?
 ▪  Points
that
stood
out
to
you
and
why
   What
did
you
take
away
from
the
 assignment?
 ▪  Questions
that
have
peaked
your
 interest?
 ▪  Ideas
behind
how
people
decide
on
 answers/opinions
 August
31st
,
2009
 Looking Ahead: IRQ and responses from Interviewees T O D A Y 
   With
one
or
two
people
(groups
of
2‐3)
 Quick Write Tonight’s

 Class
 Reading Reflections   Share
the
main
ideas
from
your
reading
reflection
 ▪  What
passage/idea
you
responded
to
(did
you
cite
it?)
   Offer
comments/reactions
to
your
peers’
 reflections
   Write
down
new
learnings/questions
 Reasons
for
 the
English
 Only
 Movement:

 Mix
and
Match
 Unheard
Voices
 Exemplary: 5 points Reflection is exemplary and superior. Critical reflection is documented through connections between the reading(s) and personal experiences and course learning. Knowledge of the course’s content is demonstrated through specific references to reading(s) (quotes or page numbers). Reflection is not a summary – but a synthesis of understanding. Handwritten thoughts are added after class discussion of readings. Well done: 3 points Minimal: 1 point Reflection is well done. Reflection is minimal and Reflection summarizes thin in both quality and ideas with little critical length. Reflection only reflection or connection to summaries ideas from the personal experiences and reading, there is no course learning. reflection. References to Knowledge of the reading(s) are not course’s content is not incorporated into consistently demonstrated response. There are no and references to handwritten thoughts readings are broad and/or added after class unclear. discussion. Handwritten thoughts added after class discussion of readings are limited. Children’s
brains
are
like
sponges;
so
children
 will
learn
languages
with
no
effort.
 You
learn
a
language
better
by
being
immersed
 in
it,
and
not
having
a
choice
but
to
learn
it.
 There
is
research
evidence
that
shows
that
“multilingual
 education”
programs
(those
that
incorporate
the
 primary
language
of
instruction)
result
in
significant
 gains
in
content
skill
development
and
English
 language
proficiency
(Ramirez,
1998)

 1 8/30/09 Formal
theory:
 Research‐based.
 A
set
of
facts,
 propositions
analyzed
 in
their
relation
to
 one
another
and
used
 to
explain
 phenomena.

 Usually
unexamined
 taken‐for‐granted
 foundations
to
explain
 the
world
around
us.
 Brings
our
existing,
 subjective
perception
 of
personally
relevant
 experiences/situations

 Source:
Edelsky
(2006,
p.
6)
 “Folk”
theory:
 
Ideology
can
best
be
understood
as
the
framework
of
thought
 that
is
used
in
society
to
give
order
and
meaning
to
the
social
and
 political
world
in
which
we
live.
(Darder,
Baltodano
&
Torres,
2002)

 “The
role
of
schools
is
to
prepare
students
to
be
 members
of
the
American
society—to
assimilate
and
 fit
in
the
American
culture
and
language.”
 QUESTION
 INTERROGATE
 So
ideologies
have
 implications
about
 who
gets
the
goods,
 and
who
does
not!!!
 Think/Pair/Share
   What
are
some
issues/ideologies
at
the
root
 of
the
English
only
movement?
   Jot
down
some
ideas
(think)
   Talk
with
a
partner
about
your
ideas
(pair)
   Share
ideas
with
whole
class
(share)
         Language
as
power


 Linguistic
genocide


 Learn
English,
but
with
a
hidden
agenda
(xenophobia)


 English
Only
mandates
depriving
students
of
a
 meaningful
education


 Melting
pot
–fact
or
myth?

   All
pages
   p.7
   p.11
   p.7
   p.8
     Discuss
with
your
table,
ideas
from
the
 readings
that
illustrate/define/exemplify
 your
topic
 Jot
down
some
notes/
highlight
areas
in
text
 –
talking
points
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