Throughout the book, teachers will be shown how to embed different dialogic approaches in their classrooms to promote discourse, with chapters covering: Interest in classroom-based talk The teacher’s role in promoting dialogue in the ...
Author: Robyn M. Gillies
Enhancing Classroom-based Talk provides an overview of the major research and theoretical perspectives that underpin the development of classroom-based talk. It outlines specific dialogic strategies and elaborates on the key role that teachers play in promoting interactions, challenging thinking and scaffolding the learning of students. While it is important to know how different dialogic approaches can enhance students’ interactions and learning and the effects they have on students’ social, emotional and cognitive development, it is also important to understand how students’ interactions promote understanding and learning during small group discussions. Throughout the book, teachers will be shown how to embed different dialogic approaches in their classrooms to promote discourse, with chapters covering: Interest in classroom-based talk The teacher’s role in promoting dialogue in the classroom Dialogic approaches to teaching Strategies to promote students’ interactions, thinking and learning Help seeking and help giving behaviours Creating environments that promote classroom-based talk Enhancing Classroom-based Talk will be a valuable asset to all those concerned with promoting classroom-based talk, as well as postgraduate students, teachers and academics who are regularly called upon to assist in developing classroom interventions that provide for the academic and social needs of students.
Gillies, R (2016) Enhancing Classroom-based Talk: Blending Practice, Research
and Theory. Abingdon: Routledge. Gillies, R and Boyle, M (2008) Teachers'
Discourse During Co-operative Learning and Their Perceptions of This
Author: Rupert Knight
Publisher: Critical Publishing
Evidence-based teaching is fast becoming a new orthodoxy. There are many strong voices, including policy voices, advocating its adoption. Understanding the underlying principles allows you to better evaluate the benefits of different approaches to evidence-based teaching and how they relate to your own school context. This book summarises the theoretical principles behind talk in school and briefly maps the research tradition in this field. It examines the evidence relating to a variety of forms of classroom talk, including whole school culture and oracy; classroom environments conducive to talk; whole class teacher-pupil talk and pupil-pupil peer talk. The final chapter explores up-to-date issues and influences relating to talk, such as mastery learning, informed by international comparisons. Firmly grounded in evidence and the latest thinking, the book also offers practical advice for everyday implementation and evaluation of these principles.
In: L. Resnick, C. Asterhan & S. Clarke (Eds.), Socializing Intelligence through
Academic Talk and Dialogue (pp. 127–140). ... Enhancing Classroom-Based Talk: Blending Practice, Research and Theory (p.152). London: Routledge.
Author: Robyn M. Gillies
Publisher: CRC Press
Students often think of science as disconnected pieces of information rather than a narrative that challenges their thinking, requires them to develop evidence-based explanations for the phenomena under investigation, and communicate their ideas in discipline-specific language as to why certain solutions to a problem work. The author provides teachers in primary and junior secondary school with different evidence-based strategies they can use to teach inquiry science in their classrooms. The research and theoretical perspectives that underpin the strategies are discussed as are examples of how different ones areimplemented in science classrooms to affect student engagement and learning. Key Features: Presents processes involved in teaching inquiry-based science Discusses importance of multi-modal representations in teaching inquiry based-science Covers ways to develop scientifically literacy Uses the Structure of Observed learning Outcomes (SOLO) Taxonomy to assess student reasoning, problem-solving and learning Presents ways to promote scientific discourse, including teacher-student interactions, student-student interactions, and meta-cognitive thinking
This book contributes to our understanding how teachers can improve classroom dialogue and thereby boost student learning. The book reports the results of intervention research based on professional development program for teacher.
Author: Klára Šeďová
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book contributes to our understanding how teachers can improve classroom dialogue and thereby boost student learning. The book reports the results of intervention research based on professional development program for teacher. Participating teachers strived, with the help of the researchers, to instigate a rich and authentic dialogue in their classrooms. The data shows that teachers were able to change their talk and interaction patterns, and this was followed by a desirable change in their students who started to talk more and expressed more complex thoughts. The book not only reports on a successful intervention, but most importantly investigates in depth the teacher experiences and ways of learning during the intervention project.
One research study found that classroom instructors talk approximately 86 % of
the time whether the class is held in a ... and could also change how classroom
and computer - based training are designed and delivered to a global audience .
Author: Darlene Van Tiem
Category: Business & Economics
Boost productivity and productivity with a real-world improvement model In today's economic climate, organizations are grasping for ways to improve efficiency and reach higher levels of performance without cutting into budgets. Performance Improvement Interventions: Enhancing People, Processes, and Organizations through Performance Technology is a comprehensive guide to doing more with less. From job analysis, personal development, and communication, to organizational design, human resource management, finance, and more, this book provides salient guidance on real-world solutions based on the International Society for Performance Improvement's Human Performance Technology model.
One study that compared the effectiveness of a pull - out program to a classroom
- based language - intervention program for ... what teachers and speech -
language specialists should do to help children enhance their language skills .
Author: S. Jay Kuder
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
This book has been written with special education teachers in mind. There is a strong research base yet the material is very accessible. There are numerous case studies that illustrate the impact of language disorders on students and on classrooms. Activities at the end of chapters provide suggestions for group or individual projects.
This ground-breaking book is illustrated with video footage of Ellin modeling the reading instruction she describes.
Author: Ellin Oliver Keene
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books
Reading education pioneer Ellin Oliver Keene demystifies comprehension instruction by describing what it can look like when readers comprehend deeply and what it can look like when teachers aim for this deep comprehension. This ground-breaking book is illustrated with video footage of Ellin modeling the reading instruction she describes. Here, you can watch Ellin use language and teaching moves that help students go beyond superficial reading comprehension to lasting understanding. Talk About Understanding offers: "Outcomes of Understanding" Markers-descriptions of the behaviors present when children understand a text deeply including ways to assess with and teach toward these outcomes. "Talk About Understanding" Principles-suggestions to modify teaching language and teaching interactions to deepen children's ability to comprehend. "From the Inside" Video Segments-classroom footage of Ellin teaching lessons that illustrate use of the "Outcomes of Understanding" markers and "Talk About Understanding" principles from the book. Do your students understand their reading as deeply as they need to? Talk About Understanding has the guiding principles, the teaching suggestions, the carefully described outcomes, and the video support to help you teach your students how to comprehend, thoroughly and eagerly, the varied and complicated texts in the world around us. Professional learning communities and book clubs save when you order a Talk About Understanding Book Study Bundle. Get 15% of 15 copies of Talk About Understanding-a $442.50 value at $376.13-SAVE $66.37.
A review of studies in the field of early literacy shows that knowledge - enhancing classroom talk occurs as children encounter challenging ... With thoughtful
planning , center - based instruction makes rich and educative talk roo possible .
Author: Gretchen Owocki
In a recent survey, 80% of K-3 teachers considered outstanding in literacy instruction reported using literacy centers in their classrooms. Surprised? Gretchen Owocki isn't. She knows that literacy centers are an ideal tool for teachers who seek out opportunities to differentiate their instruction, and in Time for Literacy Centers, she shows you every aspect of using centers successfully. Owocki has thought of everything you need to know to make learning centers happen, from planning to assessment to ensuring that centers help all students meet content and skills standards. Grounded in solid research, yet lively and practical enough to keep on the corner of your desk, Time for Literacy Centers offers explicit, helpful advice on teaching with literacy centers, including: smart suggestions for on-the-spot and preplanned differentiation through centers-including tips for working with special-needs students and English-language learners specific learning and teaching principles that guide and enhance center-based instruction literacy goals for centers that are developmentally appropriate for your students, yet flexible enough to work in grades K-3 ideas for organizing the physical space in your classroom for one or many centers strategies for managing center-based instruction that help even the busiest classrooms run smoothly plans for more than 50 literacy centers with activities and reproducibles that are ready to roll out right away. If you're trying literacy centers for the first time, Time for Literacy Centers gives you plenty of start-to-finish help in getting your centers up and running-and running well. If you're a center veteran, you'll uncover some nitty-gritty details that will help you provide the best individual support for your students as they develop their literacy capabilities.
This book will help practising teachers and students of teacher education to understand the differences and similarities in literary experience for children through classic, contemporary and innovative narratives in both book and computer ...
Author: Len Unsworth
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
This book will help practising teachers and students of teacher education to understand the differences and similarities in literary experience for children through classic, contemporary and innovative narratives in both book and computer formats - in order to enhance their pupils' enjoyment and understanding fo the text.
in which exploratory talk between pupils appears to occur within a directive
computer - pupil interchange . ... apply the framework of analysis developed in
earlier chapters , which was based on data gathered around relatively small ...
The theme of this section is how research can be applied to improve classroom
Author: Rupert Wegerif
Publisher: Multilingual Matters Limited
This text looks at how computers are being used in primary classrooms and how they could be used better. Its three sections focus upon: how do we investigate learning through talk around computers? What affects the quality of group work around computers? What can teachers do to improve this?
A classroom - based action research approach was adopted for the project . The
article concludes with outcomes , which include recommendations and ideas to increase the effectiveness of FL homework . ... Managing overlapping talk in multi
- participant voice - based chat rooms , Computer Assisted Language Learning ...
Professionals can complete the self - study pro cussion of the role of the speech
pathologist in gram and receive ... speech therapy for characteristics of family -
centered practices to enhance early iden - velopharyngeal dysfunction , and the
effects of tification and intervention programs . ... The legal right , classroom - based service delivery various types of resonance disorders and the approaches
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and DECtalk synthesized voices with ... synthesizers provide greater intelligibility
than phoneme based speech synthesizers in the secondary classroom setting .
Journal of Speech and Hearing Research , 36 , 141 - 157 . Fujiki , M . , & Brinton ,
B . ( 1994 ) . ... Generalized effects of enhanced milieu teaching . Journal of Speech and ... Classroom - based phonological intervention . American Journal
Author: R. A. McWilliam
Publisher: Paul H Brookes Publishing Company
Recognizing the complexity and importance of these questions, Rethinking Pull-Out Services in Early Intervention provides a wealth of thoughtful advice and hands-on help with the myriad issues encountered during the changeover.
... interacting through out - of - class electronic networks . TECHNOLOGY - ENHANCED , CLASSROOM - BASED COOPERATIVE LEARNING Technology
offers far more creative teaching options than the simple “ chalk and talk ”
Author: Barbara J. Millis
A practical manual for faculty who use a collaborative approach to education at the post-secondary level. Overviews the cooperative learning process with discussions of its rationale, research base, value, and practical implementation. Also describes a variety of approaches and complementary movements such as classroom research, writing across the curriculum and critical thinking. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
62 ) In a guide designed to help teachers improve classroom questions , Chuska
( 1995 ) makes the following ... However , that frequency in questions indicates
that the questions are fact - based and allow little opportunity for higher - level ...
Author: H. Samy Alim
Publisher: Multicultural Education
Talkin Black Talk captures an important moment in the history of language and literacy education and the continuing struggle for equal language rights. Published 50 years after the Brown decision, this volume revisits the difficult and enduring problem of public schools’ failure to educate Black children and revises our approaches to language and literacy learning in today’s culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms. Bringing together some of the leading scholars in the study of Black Language, culture, and education, this book presents creative, classroom-based, hands-on pedagogical approaches (from Hip Hop Culture to the art of teaching narrative reading comprehension) within the context of the broader, global concerns that impact schooling (from linguistic emancipation to the case of Mother Tongue Education in South Africa). This landmark work: Presents an interdisciplinary approach on language education, with contributions from leading experts in education, literacy, sociolinguistics, anthropology, and literary studies. Contextualizes the education of marginalized youth within the continuing struggle for equal language rights, and promotes an action agenda for social change. Includes a powerful afterword by Geneva Smitherman – the leading scholar on issues of Black Language and Education.
... c ) the negotiation strategy , also called the " you play ball with me and I'll play
ball with your strategy and based on the principle of exchange ... based on the
principle of increasing classroom control and respect for the teacher through
assigning tasks aimed at keeping learners ... It also demonstrates that such
metacommunication is highly characteristic of teacher - talk and thus can be
called radically ...
Help students comprehend text through purposeful dialogue. The best way to understand text is to think and talk about it. This professional guide defines what purposeful talk is, why it is important, and how it increases comprehension.
Author: Maria Nichols
Publisher: Teacher Created Materials
Help students comprehend text through purposeful dialogue. The best way to understand text is to think and talk about it. This professional guide defines what purposeful talk is, why it is important, and how it increases comprehension. Students will be e.