Express: means state, reveal, show, signify, communicate, convey, symbolize, and put into words.
Words, whether spoken, written, or symbolized through images, hold power.
3 Expressive Modes
1. visual creation
2. oral expression
Speaking: entails sharing an idea or creating a message through spoken words.
7 functions of language:
7. Informative or representational
Oral language and reading
One of the most common oral language activities in schools is reading.
Oral work in the classroom: teachers and students speak
-small group presentations
-informal speaking opportunities
-think pair share
and so on....
Visual work in the classroom...
Literacy is a function of a person's ability to read and write; however, it is also a function of one's ability to listen and to speak, make sense of the world and communicate with others through all the signs and systems that are intended to convey meaning.
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