Name Course Unit Professor Date Oracy and Metalanguage Oracy is special in that it allows the growing generations to develop skills in regards to spoken language. Teaching them these skills improves on their reasoning mathematical and scientific analysis. The difference between meanings. I prefer this method since it is hands-on experience the children learning will see defined and correct use of language. The students can incorporate other and learning activities which are fun to further build on language development through constant practice. [...]
Question 1. What’s so special about oracy? And what’s the difference between oracy and general oral language development? According to the research, how does oracy help with the development of reading and writing? Be specific, please. In the chapter about metalanguage, what surprised you? In both chapters, identify your favorite suggested teaching strategy and explain why you chose that particular strategy. Question 2 - Do you believe that it’s very important to do what we can to develop and maintain both first and second languages? What does the research tell us? What does your heart say about this? What obstacles might prevent us from to doing a good job with this? What can you do with limited resources and perhaps a low-level consciousness about this in your school? Question 3 - What do you see in your current classrooms that is very effective in supporting the development of literacy? What practices will you embrace that are in place in your classrooms? Are there practices now that you could honestly say help foster the development of BOTH languages? If so, describe these practices. And, if, by some chance, you suddenly, took over the lead of this class, what are a few first steps you would take to further support the development of both languages?