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Ashworth College Early Childhood Literacy Theories Essay

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#1 E13 Early Childhood Literacy Directions: Be sure to make an electronic copy of your answer before submitting it to Ashworth College for grading. Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English spelling and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Your response should be four (4) pages in length; refer to the "Assignment Format" page for specific format requirements. Discuss the key features of a teacher's role as model, provider, and facilitator in promoting language learning and literacy. Be specific in discussing practical ways that each role is shown. ...
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Running Head: EARLY CHILDHOOD LITERACY

EARLY CHILDHOOD LITERACY
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EARLY CHILDHOOD LITERACY

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EARLY CHILDHOOD LITERACY
Introduction
According to (Roblin, 2016) the role of the teacher is set to undergo fundamental changes
with every delivery of a multidimensional language program. A core- language classroom is set
to move from a teacher-centered to a student-centered and from a language based on a needbased approach, the role of the teacher or his responsibility also changes. The key role of a
teacher is to try and establish several conditions and develop activities so that the students can
gain knowledge and practice the language in a very meaningful context. It is a teacher’s
responsibility to try and develop the student’s positive attitude towards learning a new language.
The teacher also acts as a facilitator in the development of units. The teacher needs to understand
that students have communicative language activities that are readily available to meet such
needs. The activities should be designed in a very good way that the students should be able to
meet a very good success rate. Teachers will also be able to meet their goals, in making students
know their new language when they plan these activities around students and their interests and
take into the accounts subjects with which they know.
The teacher can also be an Instrument in making a supportive learning environment
within the classroom. Students are likely to feel safe and secure and very much willing to study
any new...

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