We know that the digital revolution is producing changes that require continuous learning interventions. We see that the student attendance management system needs to be advanced as well. Accordingly, we see that there is an increasing demand for lifelong learning that requires new teaching-learning approaches applicable to a large number of learners as well. We know that transformative learning is argued to be a powerful approach to tackling online learning issues, as well as providing trainees with the opportunity to learn, confront, engage, reflect as well as explore new learning modalities as well.
We know that classroom support plays a salient role in successful inclusive education, hence it has been widely debated in the literature as well. We know that much extant work has only focused on a particular aspect of classroom support as well. We see that a comprehensive, systematic discussion of classroom support is sporadic in the future as well. We see that relevant studies concerning the context are even more advanced. We see that to address this gap, people have developed as well as validated a multidimensional classroom support model conducive to teachers’ inclusive education practices.
We are aware that vocabulary knowledge is a major building block in children’s early literacy development as well. We see that it provides the foundation for learning to decode as well as comprehend text. We know that there are many children, especially English language learners, who need support in acquiring the substantial vocabulary they need to become good readers as well. We know that introducing words through children’s literature provides context for children to experience as well as understand the meaning of words.
We see that connecting words to the theme of the book helps to ground children’s understanding of words and to see how words are related as well. We know that to explain words to children, simple words that children already know should be used as well. We see that children should be able to easily understand the explanation so they can quickly understand what a word means as well as connect new words to words they already know as well.
We see that children need to be able to transfer their understanding of words to new contexts so that when they see as well as hear those words in other places they understand what they mean. We know that talking about words from the book to book is one way of showing children how words are used in other contexts as well.
We know that another way to help them see how words are used in other contexts is by asking them to think about how the words apply to their knowledge as well as experiences. We know that for children to develop depth of vocabulary knowledge, they need to be exposed to the definitions of words as well as examples of words, but they also need to think critically about the meaning of words as well as how words are related. We see that this can be done by asking them to think of synonyms or antonyms of words.
We know that to encourage children’s depth of word knowledge, it is important to guide children to critically think about words as well. We see that this can be done by asking children to think about whether words would be appropriate in various new contexts as well. We know that while linguistic definitions, explanations, as well as examples, are important, many children, especially English language learners, need extra nonverbal support for word learning too. We are aware that modeling how to act out words as well as guiding children to act out words can help them understand words better as well.
We see that children need to know how words sound and how to say words to connect the meaning of the word to the phonological representation of the word as well. We know that children also need to be able to distinguish between words that sound similar so that they can do not get confused when they hear as well as read these words. The use of school lms in such a case can be beneficial to students as well in this case.