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Teague, Brad Landon
- Capítulo 4. Result-
A Comparative Study of Attitudes toward Literacy:
Parents, Students, and Teachers in a Mexican Elementary
School
-- Maestría en
Lingüística Aplicada. - Departamento de Lenguas. - Escuela de Artes y Humanidades, - Universidad de las
Américas Puebla.


Introducción



CHAPTER 4: RESULTS 4.1. Overview of Results The reader will recall that the main objective of this study was to identify the processes and ideologies underlying the learning and instruction of literacy in a particular Mexican elementary school.
In order to ascertain the attitudes and values related to the teaching of reading and writing, data from three contexts - school, home and community were collected, coded, and analyzed.
Of specific interest to the researcher was the extent to which local educators recognized and incorporated funds of linguistic knowledge in their classrooms.
While the research questions themselves are addressed in detail in the final chapter, this chapter provides a comprehensive summary of the overall findings. The results were obtained after careful analysis of the observation and interview transcriptions.
The categories and subcategories reflect patterns in the observations which have been compared to and complemented with findings from the interviews.
Each of the five categories below includes a brief description of the specific practices documented throughout the process of data collection, as well as authentic, illustrative examples (i.e. photographs, quotes) where appropriate. The discussion also mentions any counterexamples, in other words, data that seemed to challenge the general patterns revealed in the categories. 4.2. Reading As far as reading instruction and learning in the school context, three practices were observed to occur on a somewhat regular basis.
In the first grade classroom, most reading took place from the chalkboard or from cards containing the students’ names.
In 63 both first and fourth grades, a common exercise was for the children to read out loud, either individual words or sentences they had written, and, in the case of first grade, texts from the Spanish book provided by the Mexican government.
To a less extent, the teachers would stimulate discussion about a particular reading assignment.
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