The meaning makers : learning to talk and talking to learn

Gordon Wells

"The Meaning Makers" is about children's language and literacy development at home and at school. Based on the "Bristol Study, Language at Home and at School", which the author directed, it follows the development of a representative sample of children from their first words to the end of their primary schooling. It contains many examples of their experience of language in use, both spoken and written, recorded in naturally occurring settings in their homes and classrooms, and shows the active role that children play in their own development as they both make sense of the world around them and master the linguistic means for communicating about it. Additionally, this second edition al sets the findings of the original study in the context of recent research in the sociocultural tradition inspired by Vygotsky's work and includes examples of effective teaching drawn from the author's recent collaborative research with teachers.

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"The Meaning Makers" is about children's language and literacy development at home and at school. Based on the "Bristol Study, Language at Home and at School", which the author directed, it follows the development of a representative sample of children from their first words to the end of their primary schooling. It contains many examples of their experience of language in use, both spoken and written, recorded in naturally occurring settings in their homes and classrooms, and shows the active role that children play in their own development as they both make sense of the world around them and master the linguistic means for communicating about it. Additionally, this second edition al sets the findings of the original study in the context of recent research in the sociocultural tradition inspired by Vygotsky's work and includes examples of effective teaching drawn from the author's recent collaborative research with teachers.

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[目次]

  • AcknowledgementsPrologue IntroductionNotes on Transcription of Dialogue Extracts Chapter One The Children and Their Families Chapter Two Learning to Talk: The Pattern of Development Chapter ThreeLearning to Talk: The Construction of Language Chapter FourTalking to Learn Chapter FiveFrom Home to School Chapter SixHelping Children to Make Knowledge Their Own Chapter SevenDifferences between Children in Language and Learning Chapter EightThe Centrality of Literacy Chapter Nine The Children's Achievement at Age 10Chapter TenThe Sense of Story Chapter ElevenA Functional Theory of Language Development Chapter TwelveTowards Dialogue in the Classroom Chapter ThirteenThe Interdependence of Practice and TheoryEpilogueReferences

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[目次]

  • AcknowledgementsPrologue IntroductionNotes on Transcription of Dialogue Extracts Chapter One The Children and Their Families Chapter Two Learning to Talk: The Pattern of Development Chapter ThreeLearning to Talk: The Construction of Language Chapter FourTalking to Learn Chapter FiveFrom Home to School Chapter SixHelping Children to Make Knowledge Their Own Chapter SevenDifferences between Children in Language and Learning Chapter EightThe Centrality of Literacy Chapter Nine The Children's Achievement at Age 10Chapter TenThe Sense of Story Chapter ElevenA Functional Theory of Language Development Chapter TwelveTowards Dialogue in the Classroom Chapter ThirteenThe Interdependence of Practice and TheoryEpilogueReferences

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書名 The meaning makers : learning to talk and talking to learn
著作者等 Wells, Gordon
シリーズ名 New perspectives on language and education
出版元 Multilingual Matters
刊行年月 c2009
版表示 2nd ed
ページ数 xxiii, 332 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 9781847691989
9781847691996
NCID BB00264477
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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