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[LIBRO] The Invisible Culture: Communication in Classroom and Community on the Warm Springs Reservation.

Using four classrooms for comparison purposes (grades 1 and 6 at Warm Springs Reservation which contained 95% Indian students and similar grades in two classrooms at a nearby off-reservation town of Madras, Oregon, which contained 95% Anglo students), the book contends that the children of the Warm Springs Indian Reservation are enculturated in their preschool years into modes of organizing the transmission of verbal messages that are culturally different from those of Anglo middle-class children. It further maintains that this difference makes it more difficult for them to then comprehend verbal messges conveyed through the American school's Anglo middle-class modes of organizing classroom interaction. Part I covers verbal and nonverbal communication in the socialization of children (anthropological approach to language socialization, relation between verbal and nonverbal behavior in human communication, behavioral means for securing and conveying attention, and the plan of the book) and research methodology (purpose of the study, participant observation, classroom research, and community research). Part II discusses communication in the Warm Springs Indian Community and use of auditory and visual channels of communication among Warm Springs Indians. The last section outlines communication in the classroom--structure of classrooom interaction, comparison of Indian and Anglo communicative behavior in classroom, and conclusion. (AH)

SU Philips - 1983 - ERIC
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Participant structures and communicative competence: Warm Springs children in community andclassroom

SU Philips - Functions of language in the classroom, 2001 - books.google.com
Recent studies of North American Indian education problems have indicated that in many
ways Indian children are not culturally oriented to the ways in which classroom learning is
conducted. The Wax–Dumont study (Wax et al., 1964) of the Pine Ridge Sioux discusses ...

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[LIBRO] Classroom-based evaluation in second language education

F Genesee, JA Upshur - 1996 - Cambridge Univ Press
... Fred Genesee and John A. Upshur. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.
Pp. xiv + 268. $44.95 cloth. How transparent a title is Genesee and Upshur's (G & U)
Classroom-Based Evaluation in Second Language Education? ...

Classroom response systems

TWU Dear - 2007 - twu.edu
11 am to 1 pm | Thursday April 5 | SH 307. u Classroom Technology Open Lab Last week we
had a visit from Mr. Jeffrey Veatch of Lantek Communications. ... u Classroom Response Systems
Classroom Response Systems, also known as clickers, have a unique history. ...

Teachers' mathematical knowledge, cognitive activation in the classroom, and student progress

…, T Voss, A Jordan, Klusmann… - American Educational …, 2010 - aer.sagepub.com
Abstract In both the United States and Europe, concerns have been raised about whether
preservice and in-service training succeeds in equipping teachers with the professional
knowledge they need to deliver consistently high-quality instruction. This article ...

[PDF] Defining versus describing the nature of science: A pragmatic analysis for classroom teachers and science educators

MU Smith, LC Scharmann - Science education, 1999 - duluth.umn.edu
ABSTRACT: There appears to be an almost universal commitment among science
educators to promote the goal of student understanding of the nature of science. Recent
disagreements among philosophers of science and between philosophers and other ...

The virtual classroom: a virtual reality environment for the assessment and rehabilitation of attention deficits

…, L Humphrey, Neumann… - CyberPsychology & …, 2000 - online.liebertpub.com
The Virtual Environments Laboratory at the University of Southern California (USC) has
initiated a research program aimed at developing virtual reality (VR) technology applications
for the study, assessment, and rehabilitation of cognitive/functional processes. This ...

Connected chemistry—incorporating interactive simulations into the chemistry classroom

M StieffWilensky - Journal of Science Education and Technology, 2003 - Springer
The aim of this paper is to describe a novel modeling and simulation package, connected
chemistry, and assess its impact on students' understanding of chemistry. Connected chem-
istry was implemented inside the NetLogo modeling environment. Its design goal is to ...

[LIBRO] The culture of the mathematics classroom

F Seeger, J Voigt, Waschescio - 1998 - books.google.com
The culture of the mathematics classroom is becoming an increasingly salient topic of
discussion in mathematics education. Studying and changing what happens in the
classroom allows researchers and educators to recognize the social character of ...

A study of classroom-based phonological awareness training for preschoolers with speech and/or language disorders

A Kleeck, RB Gillam, TU McFadden - American Journal of Speech-Language …, 1998 - ASHA
Sixteen preschool children with speech and/or language disorders received phonological
awareness training for a period of 9 months. Eight children attended a preschool classroom,
and 8 children attended a pre-kindergarten classroom. The classrooms were located in a ...

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