Classroom Language

Classroom language represents the method of communication in school settings throughout the world. It defines the verbal application of language expectations acceptable to teachers, family members, other children, and the community. Within the norms of classroom language, additional considerations of dialect must be considered as a demonstration of various local, regional, national, and international differences. Classroom language, therefore, is valuable, despite local dialect or national origin. Recognition of the local language of children is an important component of the educational process, with implications for teaching and learning. The role of education in the United States was historically viewed as a foundation of American society, designed to develop and prepare citizens in the roles and responsibilities of citizenship. The provision of education established the immersion of ...

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