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Theory Timeline

Timeline for READ 5113 Emergent Literacy presentation
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Jennifer Meadows

on 7 December 2012

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Emergent Literacy
Theory Reading Timeline 400 BC-1899
Early Theories
and Models Behaviorism Mental Discipline Theory
Plato and Aristotle
Around 400 B.C. Associationism
Aristotle
Around 300 B.C. Unfoldment Theory
Rousseau, Pestalozzi and Froebel
Late 1700's Structuralism
Wilhelm Wundt
1870's 1900-1950s Classical Conditioning Theory
Pavlov Connectionism
Thorndike Operant Conditioning
Theory
Skinner Constructivism
1920s - present Inquiry Learning
John Dewey Schema Theroy
Bartlett
Anderson & Pearson Transactional/
Reader Response Theory
Rosenblatt Psycholinguistic Theory
Goodman Whole Language
Theory Metacognition
Flavell & Brown Engagement Theory
Guthrie & Wigfield Theory of Cognitive
Development
Piaget Theories of Literacy
Development 1930s - present Theory of Cognitive
Development
Piaget Maturation
Theory
Morphett and Washburne Theory of
Literacy Development
Holdaway Stage Models
of Reading
Ehri, Chall &Frith Family Literacy
Theory
Taylor Emergent Literacy
Theory
Marie Clay Social Learning
Perspectives 1960s - present Sociolinguistic
Theory
Bloom & Green Socio-Cultural
Theory
Bronfenbrenner
Au Social Constructivism
Vygotsky Social Learning
Theory
Bandura Critical Literacy
Theory
Freire Information/Cognitive
Processing Perspectives 1950s - 1980s Substrata-Factor
Theory
Holmes Rauding Theory
Carver Gough's Model
Gough Automatic Information
Processing Model
LaBerge & Samuels Interactive Model
Humelhart Interactive-
Compensatory Model
Stanovich Orthographic Processing
Perspective
Ehri Verbal Efficency
Theory
Perfetti Construction-
Integration Model
Kintsch Phonological-Core
Variable Difference
Model
Stanovich Information/
Cognitive Processing Perspectives
State of the Art
1989 - present Parallel Distributed
Processing Model
Rumelhart & McClelland
Seidenberg & McClelland Dual-Route
Cascaded Model
Coltheart, Curtis, Atkins & Haller Double-Deficit
Hypothesis
Wolf & Bowers Neuroscience & Education Innovations
Goswami
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