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What"s Whole in Whole Language? (Bright Idea)

by Kenneth S. Goodman

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by Scholastic .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elementary,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Education

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages79
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10702262M
    ISBN 100590716301
    ISBN 109780590716307
    OCLC/WorldCa16038781

    “The way we went down the road to whole language is really a story of stupidity” (Lyon, ). A history: Then and now. The history of reading instruction has involved considerable and extended disagreement about the optimal approach to ensuring children become literate .   Secondly, and this follows on from the previous point, whole language is hugely time-consuming. Each new word requires oodles of practice and teachers need to provide multiple opportunities for practice, which is why books with a Whole Language orientation are filled with endless repetition of ‘key’ words.

    The whole language approach to reading is a philosophy that stresses the importance of children thinking about their thinking, or being metacognitive. The whole language approach (WLA) focuses on. Whole Language: Integrating the Language Arts--and Much More. ERIC Digest. One of the liveliest current grass-roots movements among teachers in the s is the Whole Language approach. Support groups for teachers, Teachers Applying Whole Language (TAWL), have sprung up all over the : Betty Jane Wagner.

      Whole Language Approach stresses that language learning happens in interactional and functional ways. This means that students learn a language through engaging one another and through the actual use of the language in real-world experiences. This means that authentic assessment is a core component of the learning. Psychology Definition of WHOLE-LANGUAGE APPROACH: a top-down approach to teaching reading which stresses the reader's active creation of connotation.


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What"s Whole in Whole Language? (Bright Idea) by Kenneth S. Goodman Download PDF EPUB FB2

In a small, easy-to-understand book, What's Whole in Whole Language is must-reading for parents, teachers, school administrators and legislators--anyone who would like deeper understanding of the process of how we make sense of written language.

Ken Goodman is one of the most important reading researchers of the last hundred years/5(6). If you are looking for a book that introduces the main tenets of Goodman's Whole Language in a direct, accessible, and uncluttered manner this book is exactly what you're looking for.

However, although this book is something of an historical "classic," if you are looking for a detailed explication-explanation of Whole Language theory by Goodman, this is not the book for by: What's Whole in Whole Language in the 21st Century.

includes a new introduction by Ken Goodman, commentary by Michael Rosen, and excerpts from a series of never published interviews conducted in by Denny Taylor of renowned reading scholars who knew Ken and Yetta Goodman, and who spoke freely about their lives together as well as their research and teaching/5.

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includes a new introduction by Ken Goodman, commentary by Michael Rosen, and excerpts from a series of never published interviews conducted in by Denny Taylor of renowned reading scholars who knew Ken and Yetta Goodman, and who spoke freely about their lives together as well as their research and teaching.5/5(1).

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Whats Whole in Whole Language in the 21st Century. includes a new introduction by Ken Goodman, commentary by Michael Rosen, and excerpts from a series of never published interviews conducted in by Denny Taylor of renowned reading scholars who knew Ken and Yetta Goodman, and who spoke freely about their lives together as well as their research and teaching/5(9).

What's Whole in Whole Language in the 21st Century. includes a new introduction by Ken Goodman, commentary by Michael Rosen, and excerpts from a series of never published interviews conducted in by Denny Taylor of renowned reading scholars who knew Ken and Yetta Goodman, and who spoke freely about their lives together as well as their research and teaching/5(17).

What's Whole in Whole Language by Ken Goodman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(17). --School: a whole language view --Whole language: what makes it whole.

--Developing literacy: whole language the whole way --Revaluing: an alternative to remediation --Reality: the state of the language arts --Whole language: not without a whole language teacher. Other Titles: Parent/teacher guide to children's learning: Responsibility: Ken Goodman. Book Reviews.

“I think the essence of his work is the ethical and the moral dimensions.”. – Jerome Harste. “What’s Whole in Whole Language is must-reading for parents, teachers, school administrators and legislators–anyone who would like deeper understanding of the process of how we make sense of written language.

If you are looking for a book, or better, text, that explains Whole Language in detail seek out Goodman's "On Reading: A Common-Sense Look at the Nature of Language and the Science of Reading" (published ).

In this text he takes the reader through the cycle of "cues-miscues" at-work in reading and the subsequent manner in which instances of /5(8). Ousting the propaganda, they shed light on what really happened to progressive educators and whole language teachers at the end of the 20th century.

The original version of Goodman's best-selling book sold two hundred and fifty thousand copies, became a worldwide phenomenon, and was translated into French, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese and Chinese/5(9).

What's whole in whole language. by Goodman, Ken (Kenneth S) Publication date Topics Reading (Elementary), English language, Children, Language experience approach in education, Englischunterricht, Ganzheitsmethode Publisher Internet Archive Books. Scanned in : --School: a whole language view --Whole language: what makes it whole.

--Developing literacy: whole language the whole way --Revaluing: an alternative to remediation --Reality: the state of the language arts --Whole language: not without a whole language. The major purpose of this book is to describe the basis, features, and future of the whole language movement.

Topics included in the book include: (1) a description of what is known about language and language development; (2) presentation of a whole language perspective on literacy development, involving both reading and writing; (3) presentation of criteria that parents and teachers can use Cited by: What's Whole in Whole Language in the 21st Century.

includes a new introduction by Ken Goodman, commentary by Michael Rosen, and excerpts from a series of never published interviews conducted in by Denny Taylor of renowned reading scholars who knew Ken and Yetta Goodman, and who spoke freely about their lives together as well as their research and teaching.

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Ousting the propaganda, they shed light on what really happened to progressive educators and whole language teachers at the end of the 20th century.

The original version of Goodman's best-selling book sold two hundred and fifty thousand copies, became a worldwide phenomenon, and was translated into French, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese and Chinese.

Buy What's Whole in Whole Language in the 21st Century. by Ken Goodman from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones Author: Ken Goodman. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Whole language is a defunct philosophy of reading that is based upon the premise that learning to read English, especially for young children, comes naturally to humans in the same way that learning to speak develops naturally.What's Whole in Whole Language in the 21st Century?

by Ken Goodman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Afterword: whole language and the pedagogy of the.Whole language discredited this part-to-whole approach and ruined the reputations of Dick and Jane. In whole language, meaning is paramount.

Rather than learning phonics skills out of context, children are taught about the parts of language while they pursue “authentic” reading and writing.