By Roald Dahl
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Patrone, Teacher In "Empowering Minority Students," Cummins describes educational approaches as being either empowering or disabling, and as either additive or subtractive of culture and language. He argues that if educators see their role as one of replacing or subtracting the students' language and culture so that they can superimpose English, then they are likely to disempower those children. On the other hand, allowing children to use their first language while they learn is a way to empower students.
He is not familiar with forming more than a basic question. Perhaps during the tension of having to perform a new role, he also forgets to use forms of politeness, as well. In all likelihood, he may be using a form that is too informal and, therefore, inappropriate towards an adult authority figure. This is a good example of an ESL child carrying over peer-suited speech into other social situations where it is not acceptable. , students group together to develop a questionnaire to learn more about the principal or a guest speaker (or for a fan letter).
The Natural Approach views errors as a natural part of the language-learning process. Errors in speech should not be corrected unless they seriously affect the meaning of the student's message. In other words, we should never stop the flow of a child's excitement in sharing an idea to correct his or her pronunciation or grammar (unless we don't understand the ideas). We can always make a mental note to address some of these errors at a later time (conferencing/individual feedback). Showing such restraint is often hard for us as teachers.