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ESL workshop: Scaffolding theory. Scaffolding: An Overview Scaffolding is the term given to the provision of appropriate assistance to students in order that they may achieve what alone would have been too difficult for them.

ESL workshop: Scaffolding theory

Visual scaffolding is support that includes images and words that can be seen as well as heard. Visual scaffolding is an excellent way to provide comprehensible input to ESL students so that not only will they learn the essential subject content but also they will make progress in their acquisition of English. The theoretical basis for this workshop is provided by 3 renowned researchers in cognitive / educational psychology and second language acquisition: Vygotsky, Krashen and Bruner. Vygotsky: Zone of proximal development thebrain.mcgill.ca www.educ.utas.edu.au Krashen: Theory of second language acquisition Stephen Krashen, a researcher into second language acquisition, devised a similar notion for the kind of input that an ESL student needs in order to make progress in acquiring English. What Is Bruner's Scaffolding Theory? (with pictures) 6 Scaffolding Strategies to Use With Your Students.

What's the opposite of scaffolding a lesson?

6 Scaffolding Strategies to Use With Your Students

It would be saying to students something like, "Read this nine-page science article, write a detailed essay on the topic it explores, and turn it in by Wednesday. " Yikes -- no safety net, no parachute, no scaffolding -- just left blowing in the wind. Let's start by agreeing that scaffolding a lesson and differentiating instruction are two different things. Scaffolding is breaking up the learning into chunks and then providing a tool, or structure, with each chunk. When scaffolding reading, for example, you might preview the text and discuss key vocabulary, or chunk the text and read and discuss as you go.

Simply put, scaffolding is what you do first with kids, then for those students who are still struggling, you may need to differentiate by modifying an assignment and/or making accommodations for a student (for example, choose more accessible text and/or assign an alternative project). Scaffolding Definition. In education, scaffolding refers to a variety of instructional techniques used to move students progressively toward stronger understanding and, ultimately, greater independence in the learning process.

Scaffolding Definition

The term itself offers the relevant descriptive metaphor: teachers provide successive levels of temporary support that help students reach higher levels of comprehension and skill acquisition that they would not be able to achieve without assistance. Like physical scaffolding, the supportive strategies are incrementally removed when they are no longer needed, and the teacher gradually shifts more responsibility over the learning process to the student.

Scaffolding is widely considered to be an essential element of effective teaching, and all teachers—to a greater or lesser extent—almost certainly use various forms of instructional scaffolding in their teaching. Scaffolding vs. The following examples will serve to illustrate a few common scaffolding strategies: Env. Lenas Språkblogg: Scaffolding. Ett nytt LÄS-år har börjat och jag hoppas att det kommer att göra skäl för namnet.

Lenas Språkblogg: Scaffolding

Då kommer också tillfällena att samtala om det lästa att bli många. ”Språk är människans främsta redskap för att tänka, kommunicera och lära. Genom språket utvecklar människor sin identitet, uttrycker känslor och tankar och förstår hur andra känner och tänker” Lgr11 s.222 Respektfulla samtal i olika sociala sammanhang hjälper våra elever att skapa identitet. Att samtala om en gemensam textupplevelse är ett bra sammanhang. Scaffolding påminner om Vygostkijs tankar om imitationens betydelse där läraren eller mer kunniga kamrater är förebilder. Vad Langer också har gjort för oss är ett litet häfte (booklet) som hon har lagt ut på nätet.

Lycka till med byggande av stödstrukturer! Scaffolding – en lathund. Scaffolding (”stöttat lärande”) är ett begrepp som kommer från Lev Vygotskij och Jerome Bruner, båda inflytelsrika forskare inom inlärningspsykologi.

Scaffolding – en lathund

Scaffolding handlar om alla de åtgärder som en lärare kan vidta för att stötta en elevs lärande. Allmänt sett kan man tillämpa scaffolding i alla delar av lärandet: Du kan stötta lärandet genom att välja problem och uppgifter som är intressanta. Du kan stötta genom att tydliggöra lärandemål. Du kan stötta genom att strukturera uppgiften. Du kan stötta genom att följa upp och intressera dig för elevens arbete, problem och resultat. Sex steg i Scaffolding (”stöttat lärande”) Nedan följer en lathund för scaffolding som jag översatt från denna e-bok.