SCAFFOLDING FOR TEACHING LITERACY: A LITERATURE REVIEW
Keywords:Scaffolding, Literacy, Notion, Kinds
The scaffolding concept is still relevant for the current context: where the teaching and learning process is done online or hybrid. Its concept brings students to be the centre of learning and autonomous for their learning. They take the role in their learning after having been treated procedurally with scaffolding. Looking at the first implementation of it, the treatment gave positives impacts on the students learning in literacy. They were gradually and temporarily being faded from the teacher’s guidance and they become self-directed. Having a teacher’s absence physically, being autonomous and self-directed are potentially got from scaffolding. As aforementioned, this literature review describes its notion and kinds that are applicable to teaching literacy.
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