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Constructivism by Mind Map: Constructivism

1. Philosophical Concept

1.1. Language Teaching 2nd Language Acquisition

1.1.1. Teacher Student Interaction

1.1.2. 5 Case Studies

2. Search for knowledge

2.1. Advocates

2.1.1. Immanuek Kant

2.1.2. Jean Piaget

2.1.3. Lev Vygotsky

2.2. Study of the acquisition of the 2nd language.

3. Philosophy

3.1. National Critical Thinking

3.2. Help to understand the universe.

3.2.1. Metaphysics

3.2.2. Epistemology Search for knowledge Truth Falsehood Validity Roots of constructivism Truth depends on the mind and is constructed by social relations.

3.2.3. Axiology

3.2.4. Logic

4. Constructivism and education

4.1. How students interpret ideas.

4.2. How they construct structures of meaning in learning.

4.3. There is no objective reality.

4.4. Learners must always be actively and reflexively constructing.

5. Constructivist philosophy and language

5.1. Individual activity for the learner, each learner will construct meaning.

5.1.1. 2nd language better social interaction Constructing the meaning of the language.

6. Constructivism and language teaching

6.1. Language teaching and learning

6.2. The process of structuring meaning

6.3. Teacher=Facilitator

6.3.1. More than connoisseur. Not only descriptive, but explanatory.

6.4. Cognitive psychologists

6.4.1. Meaning

6.4.2. Understanding

6.4.3. Knowledge

6.4.4. Going beyond the descriptive power to reach the explanatory one. IMPORTANT to learn independently and socially.