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Re: [xmca] obuchenie

To Mark
Here are short clarifications
Scaffolding can be defined as a way of promoting learning within ZPD using
system of means: mediators, language, shared (teacher or other
person-student) activity.
Dynamic assessment (DA) can be defined as process A- teaching =obuchenie
(using scaffolding) -A.
Attached are my papers on promoting autonomy for new (foreign or second)
language learners and on affective factors in SLL.
Bella Kotik-Friedgut

On Thu, Jul 5, 2012 at 5:45 AM, Mark de Boer <mark.yomogi@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> I've been doing a lot of reading on interaction in a tool-mediated learning
> environment and have begun to read specifically on different forms of
> assessment. In the second language acquisition classroom, I've been
> examining scaffolding, formative and summative assessment as well as
> dynamic assessment.
> These forms of assessment are very much different, but there is literature
> which suggests that scaffolding is similar in many ways to dynamic
> assessment. I'm not in agreement with this, but I'm attempting to figure a
> way to decipher the differences not theoretically, but in the classroom
> (there are enough convincing arguments in the literature to help me
> differentiate between scaffolding and dynamic assessment).
> Putting that aside for the moment, I've encountered the word obuchenie
> before through this list and also in some of the literature, and I'm not
> sure how to define obuchenie with respect with dynamic assessment. I'm
> convinced that they are one in the same.
> Looking for some guidance.
> Best,
> Mark
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Sincerely yours Bella Kotik-Friedgut

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