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Language Experience Approach
Transcript of Language Experience Approach
Experience Approach What is it? Telling Stories... Advantages + Methods
- Telling a story
- Paulo Freire + Create or ask about an Experience
+ Have a Conversation
+ Final Recital + The LEA is Interdisciplinary
+ It Harnesses Creativity
+ It connects written and spoken language
+ The LEA is learner-centered
+ It generates accessible material Applying the Language Experience Approach A New Board Game Disadvantages + Encourages word recognition
+ Doesn't work alone
+ Limits material Sources Web Journals Methods & origins How the LEA works How the LEA facilitates literacy Just give them good books... What is the Language Experience Approach?
Glossary of Literacy Terms
http://www.sil.org/lingualinks/literacy/referencematerials/glossaryofliteracyterms/whatisthelanguageexperienceapp.htm McCormick, Thomas W. 1988. Theories of reading in
dialogue: An interdisciplinary study. New York: University Press of America. Taylor, Marcia. The Language Experience Approach and Adult Learners.
Center for Adult English Language Acquisition
http://www.cal.org/caela/esl_resources/digests/LEA.html Books Taylor, Marcia. (1992). The Language Experience Approach and Adult Learners. ERIC Digest. 4. Ashton-Warner, S. (1963). "Teacher." New York: Simon
& Schuster. Stephen Laskaris