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Patayin sa sindak
si Barbara!

Scare Barbara
to death!

Huwag mo akong
subukan!

Dont dare me!

Wala kang kuwenta.

Wala kang kuwenta.

Youre good
for nothing.

Yan ang akala mo.

Yan ang akala mo.

Yan ang akala mo.

Yan ang akala mo.

Thats what you think.

Wag kang
mangulangot.

Dont pick your nose.

Wala kang pakiramdam.

You are insensitive.

Mata mo lang ang


walang latay.

None.

Mata mo lang ang


walang latay.

None.

Pang-ilang presidente
si Noynoy Aquino?

None.

Literal translation of
words doesnt always
help you understand the
real thought of the
sentence.

We should be able to
manipulate the language
according to our
understanding, based on
culture, oral tradition
and norms of the
environment.

Oral Language
Development
(Oracy)
Facilitator:
Dr. Rain M. Blanco

Objectives:
1. To demonstrate understanding of
oral language development and its
connection to literacy development
2. To gain knowledge about the
different oral language descriptors
by age

PRELIMINARY ACTIVITY
Direction: Take a look at the following statements

and decide whether or not you think they are true


or false.

Language begins with the ears.


The greatest use of the language is in listening.
Oral language is the mirror of childs creative
mind.
English pronunciation is very easy to learn. The
sound letter correspondence in English makes it
easy to see a word and pronounce it properly.

Language begins with the ears.

The greatest use of


the language is in
listening.

Oral language is the


mirror of childs
creative mind.

English pronunciation is very


easy to learn. The sound-letter
correspondence in English
makes it easy to see a word
and pronounce it properly.

Activity 1

1. Places you would like to travel


2. Languages you can speak or write
3. Something interesting/unusual
about you.

Sharing

What is language?
Language is a code made up of rules
that include what words mean, how
to make words, how to put them
together, and what word
combinations are best in what
situations. Speech is the oral form of
language

Elements of Language

1.Phonology
2.Morphology
3.Syntax
4.Orthography
5.Pragmatics
6.Semantics

Phonology The basic sound units of


language (phonemes)
Morphology Units of meaning within
words: the way words are formed
(morpheme)
example: boy boys
Syntax-phrase and sentence structurewhat makes sense (grammar)

Semantics The way language conveys meaning


Developing meanings for words children hear
and say in their conversations
Pragmatics Appropriate word choice and use
in context to communicate effectively
Orthography Spelling patterns
Vocabulary knowledge of the meaning and
pronunciation of words
L.C. Moats (2000) and Burns, Griffin & Snow
(1999)

The argument
Oral language is the medium we use
to make friends, earn a living and
become participating members of the
community. It is through speech that
we assimilate the thoughts and
opinions, ideas, emotions, humour,
wisdom, common-sense, even moral
and spiritual values of those around
us and it is through perceptive
listening and courteous speaking that
we move towards breaking down
social, professional and racial
barriers."
Christabel Burniston MBE,
Founder ESB International Ltd
Inaugural Patron ORACY Australia

The
Language
Machine

In what contexts do we teach oral language?


Numeracy
Social Interaction
Literacy
Sensory Motor
Developmental Play Centers
Show and Share
Inquiry Based Activities
Language Experiences
Content of ALL Learning Areas

Like a pyramid

Continue literacy L1, L2, and L3


Continue literacy in L1 & L2
Introduce reading and writing in L3
Continue literacy in L1 & Introduce reading
and writing in L2
Introduce listening and speaking in L3
Continue building listening and speaking skills in
L1 Introduce reading and writing in L1
Introduce listening and speaking skills in L2
Build listening, speaking
skills and confidence in L1

Introducing 3 languages in
small steps to build success

Framework for Joining Oral Language


& Early Literacy
Listening &
Speaking

Viewing

Reading &
Writing

Domains of literacy

Adult Help
Teacher, parents & significant others
In everyday conversation and through instructions

Activity 3
List down some strategies that you
use in developing oral language.

Instructional Routines that Support


Oral Language Development
Conceptual Knowledge & Teacher Talk
Vocabulary Sophisticated Words
Systematic & Explicit vocabulary
Conversation Stretching Language Scaffolding
Read Aloud
Dialogic Reading
Storytelling & Puppetry
Retelling
Language Experience Approach
Socio-dramatic play
Activity Center/Guided Play

Oral Language utilizes all the macroskills


together with the domains of literacy.
However, it can only progress when there is
a significant help from the adults in his
environment.
It is fundamental for the child to have all
these in everyday conversations through
instructions