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Applied sociolinguistics

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Rachael Bazzy

on 20 April 2013

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Presented by Rachael Bazzy Literacy as a Sociolinguistics Phenomena What is sociolinguistics? Summary! "Sociolinguistics is the study of how language serves and is shaped by the social nature of human beings. In its broadest conception, sociolinguistics analyzes the many and diverse ways in which language and society entwine."

"Sociolinguistics examines the interplay of language and society, with language as the starting point."

-Connie Eble of the University of North Carolina Encoding- Writing Muscle memory becomes an unconscious process allowing memory retention. Your body begins to say, 'I know how to read and write that sound.' MOTOR-MUSCLE MEMORY Social Implications In these activities, individuals learn morphemes, blends, ect. with auditory exercises in a social setting. AUDITORY Social Implications Decoding and Encoding Children learn best when they can actually touch, see, smell, taste, hear, and manipulate the materials in their world.
- Rewards drive all human beings SENSORY Social Implications The process a reader uses to translate a printer word into a sound. Decoding- Reading Language is basic to social interactions, affecting them and
being affected by them. Literacy as a social phenomenon! Let's take a look at... Teaching decoding through social implications! - circus vowels
- "Secret Stories" Posters Make our students chase you to learn instead of you hunting them down. Make their linguistic learning a game by tapping into their social non-conscious mind! Self Check.. Are you beginning to understand why triggering social aspects of the learners brain allows for a greater and more powerful learning capacity? - multiple writing sames placed around the room
-M & M spelling tests The practice of converting oral sounds and language into written text. Teaching decoding using Motor-Muscle Memory! - social stories tied to each letter, blend, and digraph Social teaching word recognition and decoding using an individuals Auditory Senses! - The secret stories CD and 3 Tools/ Techniques to use while teaching individuals to decode and encode individual words and sounds! - Motor- Muscle Memory
- Sensory Remember to tap into a learner's brain through this applied sociolinguistics concept! Teaching Encoding of individual sounds and words with social Sensory rewards! - M & M Quizzes Classroom Experiment: A student is asked to encode/ spell the word 'Bird'. The student spells 'Berd'. Why?
- Continuous practice od reading makes this a sight word. If you were given a blank piece of paper or a poster with er/ir/ur racing cars, please walk up to the front of the room. If you have the 'th' poster please walk up to the front of the room. If you are holding the letters C, A, K, and E please walk to the front of the room and stand in the above order! Bryan, Linda, Damico, Jack S., Nelson, Ryan L.. "Literacy as a Sociolinguistic Process for Clinical Purposes." Clinical Sociolinguistics. pg. 242-249

Dolin, Ann, Rheinauer, Laura. "Why Reading is Not a Natural Process"

Garner, Katie. "A 'Backdoor-to-the-Brain' Approach to Reading, Learning, and Teaching." The Secret Stories Cracking the Reading Code. 2008

Seburn, Mary. "Encoding and Decoding of Meaning in Social Behavior." McNair Scholars Journal. 1 January 1997

http://www.readingrockets.org/helping/target/phonics/ Sources pneumatic
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