Ontario Curriculum and Language
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In this article, the writer provides an examination of the Ontario Curriculum that relates to Grades 1 to 8. The writer concentrates on the subject of language and literacy training and processes. The writer discusses the effect of the curriculum on the teaching practice. The writer concludes that the introduction of this curriculum has contributed to a regression in the levels of language and literacy achieved by the young students.
From the Paper:"This thesis represents a critical analysis of the Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1-8 (1997), with particular reference to language and literacy training, in the context of critical literature on language learning processes together with specific empirical data collected from responses by Ontario teachers regarding the impact of the curriculum on their teaching practice. The thesis found that the objectives and design of the curriculum are not supported by current literature, and that its implementation in the classroom has played a regressive role in the young learners attaining language and literacy skills."
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