Language Development A Reader for Teachers

ISBN-10: 0130940631
ISBN-13: 9780130940636
Edition: 2nd 2002
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Description: For graduate courses in language development and undergraduate courses in language arts methods. This classic text combines landmark studies from key theorists with practical classroom examples in language development. Future teachers are given  More...

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Book details

List price: $70.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 9/28/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

For graduate courses in language development and undergraduate courses in language arts methods. This classic text combines landmark studies from key theorists with practical classroom examples in language development. Future teachers are given step-by-step guidance regarding the theories behind language development and inquiry techniques for understanding and investigating links between language and literacy in the classroom. Upon completing the text, readers will have the ability to test theories by observing and documenting language in their future classrooms.

Learning How to Research Language in Your Classroom
Historical Perspectives and Landmark Studies
Children's Language Acquisition
On Inner Speech
The Language and Thought of the Child
Language and the Mind
Encounter at Royaumont: The Debate Between Jean Piaget and Noam Chomsky
Relevant Models of Language
Ian Caught in Infancy
Myths About Acquiring a Second Language
What's Going On?
A Lot of Talk About Nothing
Crawling on the Bones of What We Know: An Interview with Shirley Brice Health
Talk in Schools
Do Teachers Communicate with Their Students As If They Were Dogs?
Teacher Research Extension: "You Talk Too Much"
Telling Stories
A Love of Words
Ways to Look at the Functions of Children's Language
Teacher Research Extension: An Unexpected Lesson in Language
What Should Teachers Do?: Ebonics and Culurally Responsive Instruction
Talking the Talk and Walking the Walk: Researching Oral Language in the Classroom
The Research Mind Is Really the Teaching Mind at Its Best: An Interview with Karen Gallas
Teacher Research Extension: Focusing on Student Talk
Examining Teacher Talk: Revealing Hidden Boundaries for Curricular Change
Inquiry Purpose in the Classroom
Sociocultural and Personal Perspectives
Whose Standard? Teaching Standard English
American Sign Language: "It's Not Mouth Stuff, It's Brain Stuff"
An Interview with Hang Nguyen
Narrative, Literacy, and Face in Interethnic Communication
English Con Salsa
Silencing in Public Schools
It Begins at the Beginning
A Love of Language, A Love of Research, and a Love of Teaching: A Conversation with Deborah Tannen
Teacher Research Extension: "I'm Not Sittin' by No Girl!"
Yada-Yada-Yada: The Babbling Period Between Four and Eight Months of Age
Everyone Has an Accent
A Linguistic Big Bang
Life as We Know It
Name Index
Subject Index

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