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Q: IDENTIFY WAYS IN WHICH OWN KNOWLEDGE, UNDERSTANDING AND SKILLS LITERACY, NUMERACY AND ICT IMPACT ON PRACTICE.
A: Personal, social and cultural factors affecting literacy, language, numeracy and ICT learning : The professional knowledge and understanding outlined in the New overarching professional standards for teacher, [ [ tutors and trainers in the lifelong learning sector7, emphasises the need for all teachers to have an understanding of: ? the personal, social, cultural and linguistic diversity of
learners ? the implications of learners? social, cultural and economic backgrounds ? the concept of inclusive learning ? the broad range of learning needs. The minimum core further describes these characteristics in relation to literacy, language, numeracy and ICT. Underpinning this understanding will be an awareness of: language ? varieties of spoken and written English; the link between language choice and personal, community and geographical identity; the role and function of Standard English; multilingualism ? the linguistic, cultural and educational backgrounds of learners; the impact this may have on their learning, including literacy, language, numeracy and ICT skills development ? the role of literacy, language, numeracy and ICT and wider personal learning and thinking skills in enabling learners to become active citizens and participate in society and the modern economy ? the social, personal and economic consequences of diverse literacy, language, numeracy and ICT backgrounds; strengths, experience and motivation of learners; personal, social, cultural, institutional, teaching and learning barriers to literacy, language, numeracy and ICT acquisition ? the range of specific learning difficulties and disabilities that may affect literacy, language, numeracy and ICT acquisition and learning. .............. ] ]
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