When you were a child, what was your "dream job (profession)"?
What do they have in common?
Key words regarding the previous question
If you can name it, what would it be?
SKILL: Being able to read, wrie and speak correctly.
APPLIED, PRACTICED & SITUATED : Vary by social and cultural context
LEARNING PROCESS: Making sense of their learning experiences.
TEXT: Nature of the texts that are produced & consumed by literate individuals.
OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development)
Literacy is the ability to read, write, speak and listen, and use numeracy and technology, at a level that enables people to E X P R E S S & U N D E R S T A N D ideas and opinions.
Being L I T E R A T E means to make decisions and solve problems, to achieve goals, and to participate fully in their community and in wider society.
Achieving L I T E R A C Y is a lifelong learning p r o c e s s .
IN YOUR OPINION...
WHAT IS LITERACY?
What do you think of these images?
Spaces and opportunities for literacy development among young ELL’s can be created :
Instructional environment of community-based:
Make each space, a learning environment
Home language maintenance
Make their parents being part of the process
Effective Teaching- Learning process
Be creative, motivate your students.
First Principlesfor Early GradesReading Programs in DevelopingCountries
Recognize the way students are positioned in relation to the teacher, to other students, and to the learning community in general can affect their identity investment and cognitive engagement.
Language interactions required to build students’ A C A D E M I C - E X P E R T I S E through : meaning, language, and use.
Importance of A E S T H E T I C experiences in the learning process
Promotion of B I L I N G U A L I S M development:
Language is one of the strongest elements in one’s self-definition as an individual and a social being.
Artistic M O V E M E N T
E M P H A S I S on meaning and deep understanding
R E C O G N I T I O N
“Every reading of the word is preceded by a reading of the world. Starting from the reading of the world that the reader brings to literacy words from which the reader sends back to the previous reading of the world, which is, in fact: a re- reading.”
- Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the City (1993, translated by D. Macedo)
K. R., D. S., J. H., & S. M. (2009). First Principles for Early Grades Reading Programs in Developing Countries. The International Reading Association. Retrieved September, from https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED524475.pdf.
Understandings of literacy. [online] Available at: http://www.unesco.org/education/GMR2006/full/chapt6_eng
BERNHARD, J., CUMMINS, J., CAMPOY, F., ADA, A., WINSLER, A. and BLEIKER, C. (2006). Identity Texts and Literacy Development Among Preschool English Language Learners: Enhancing Learning Opportunities for Children at Risk for Learning Disabilities. Teachers College Record, 108(11), pp.2380-2405.