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[Xmca-l] Re: Luria/Leontiev as inspirations for design
It is a nice paper. I like the way it integrates influences from various
strands to bring together a practical approach for the "unstable"
Possibly it is a shame that it wasn't published. No doubt it would draw
some criticism (zoped use, social situations explored). But in the right
context/project such criticism would serve to strengthen and build on the
approach, which obviously require resources and time.
On 13 August 2013 00:40, White, Phillip <Phillip.White@ucdenver.edu> wrote:
> the paper, "A Model Systems Approach to Reading Instruction and the
> Diagnosis of Reading Disabilities", is, for me, a pleasing cultural
> the conclusions at the end of A Model Systems Approach regarding the
> Question Asking Reading activity are strongly supported by what i see as
> daily reading practices at the elementary school i'm placed in.
> in fact, the reading program employed by all teachers at my school
> utilizes reciprocal reading activities as originally worked out by Brown
> and Palincsar - and this program is in fact a fairly mainstream reading
> program which is grounded in socio-cultural activity theory.
> this also bears witness to the supposition that it takes about thirty
> years for research in education to finally impact the practices within the
> at the same time as this work was being done in your part of the world,
> Mike, Marie Clay was doing her work in New Zealand, which emerged as
> reading recovery - in fact, it was in the mid-1980's that Ohio State
> brought reading recovery to the states - Clay's theory was also a
> socio-cultural activity based practice - and her goal was to develop the
> practices of reading from an intersubjective social activity to an
> intrasubjective activity - and in my own experience is strongly effective
> both one-on-one (for which it was developed) as well as within small
> groups, as illustrated in your Q R A activity.
> i wish that the Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition had had the
> research connections with Ohio State - it would have been a stronger, more
> widely communicated approach to successfully teaching reading to all
> thanks for the article.
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> I have been looking for text where Peg Griffen wrote about the Leontiev
> discussion of understanding and motivation.
> While looking, I checked out our old, never published monograph on the
> organization of reading instruction. There is a section there, beginning on
> about p. 25, that has our application of the combined motor method and
> ideas as well.
> Perhaps raw material to rip up and throw away, perhaps of use to current
> discussion on these issues.
> Here is the url