Learning To Read

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What does Literacy mean?
Literacy is the ability to read and write even if it is not understand completely. T
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Literacy is different from ocracy because?
It is taught explicitly as part of formal schooling
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Officially, Children start learning to read at the age of?
4
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The written world is also part of our daily routine and cultural experience...
which we are exposed to from a young age
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Theorist: Shirley Brice Heath 1938
Studied Spoken Language and reading/writing.
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She Practices in the homes of?
3 distinctive communities
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One White Middle Class
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2.
One White Working Class
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3.
One Black Working Class
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Heath found literacy practices reflected middle class values. Where activities...
were based around shared books/reading and creative writing (When children got to school)
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The other communities has cultures activities that were more oral used. Examples.
Used storytelling and singing and actions and gestures played a part.
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Heath argued because experiences are shaped by community and home....
schools should recognise childrens literacy experiences and values rather then imposing their own.
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At what age are children not focused on learning lexis and can read themselves? What are they called.
They are called Independent Readers and this happens when they are 8.
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Theorist: Bruner
Explains how adults can encourage a child's speech by using books.
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He Saw....
Parent Child Interaction with a book as being four - phrased
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He saw....
Gaining attention - getting a baby to focus on a phrase
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He saw...
Query - asking the baby what the object in the picture is
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He saw...
Label - telling the baby what the object in the picture is
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He saw...
Feedback - responding to the baby's utterance
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Literacy is different from ocracy because?

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It is taught explicitly as part of formal schooling

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Officially, Children start learning to read at the age of?

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The written world is also part of our daily routine and cultural experience...

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Theorist: Shirley Brice Heath 1938

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