How Can We Relate Theory To Literacy Acqusitons

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Theorist: Jeane Chall 1983
Proposed that there were 6 stages of reading development
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Theorists: Piaget / Vygotsky
Children Learn when ready (Piaget) Discovery Learning (Vygotsky)
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COGNITIVE THEORY Example
Oliver can't say Gran until he see's a picture.
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Theorits: Bruner/ Vygotsky
Children Learning is Scaffolded to help progress.
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LASS 4 STAGES.
Gaining Attention - Query - Label - Feedback
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SOCIAL INTERACTION Example
Get attention - Ask a question - label the object - respond
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Theorist: Skinner
Children Learn through imitation
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Behaviourist THEORY Example
Postitive/ Negative Reinforcement
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Theorist: Chomsky
Learning language is innate as we all have a LAD. Learn through age as they grow - comparison.
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NATIVIST THEORY Example
Olive proves learning language is innate - Grammatical Structures - Virtuous Errors - Word order of sentence semantically fill in.
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Theorists: Piaget / Vygotsky

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Children Learn when ready (Piaget) Discovery Learning (Vygotsky)

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COGNITIVE THEORY Example

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Theorits: Bruner/ Vygotsky

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LASS 4 STAGES.

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