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This app provided a useful tool to assess each student's oral language development.
The relationships between oral language and literacy outcomes are now well established.
The content of the VRA is drawn from the Elementary and Special Education Teachers Test Blueprint for the state of Virginia, and assesses four broad domains: (a) Domain I: Assessment and Diagnostic Teaching, (b) Domain II: Oral Language and Oral Communication, (c) Domain III: Reading Development, and (d) Domain IV: Writing and Research (See Table 1 for a description of each of these domains).
The action research project led to the development of three family literacy components in response to the local community: an oral language play-based program with props and books for dramatic play, workshops on our school's approach to teaching reading, and home learning stories to promote children's oral retellings of the cultural history of their families.
This lack of academic oral language practice is detrimental to the acquisition of English, as well as to the access of grade-level content area material, which are both mandated by Title III of the No Child Left Behind Act.
This study focused on one second-generation Korean student's literacy and oral language acquisition in Korean and English over a 10-month period, as part of a six-year longitudinal case study.
11) In the same way as Rosenblatt explains the interaction of a reader with a text, humankind interacts by use of oral language with his or her environment to make meaning and sense out of his or her life.
Organized into three major sections (Print/Book Awareness Skills; Metalinguistic Awareness Skills; Oral Language Skills), "Ladders To Literacy" provides the foundation for children to master key elements of the reading process successfully.
The conceptual framework described here was selected because it encompasses a holistic understanding of emergent and early literacy that incorporates all aspects of written and oral language (Anderson, Hiebert, Scott, & Wilkinson, 1985; Clay, 1966, 1979; Teale & Sulzby, 1986).
Leu said Chinese can be a difficult language to learn because there are five ``tones'' used in the oral language and the symbols used in the writings are often not literal translations of the words they represent.
It is an oral language and one that is very seldom written down.
Each of the three grade appropriate volumes contains 36 lessons focusing on six content areas: Library Skills, Literature Appreciation, Learning Techniques; Comprehension, Oral Language, and Writing Experiences.