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By Harry Daniels, Basil Bernstein

First released in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.

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This hardly needs saying to English teachers. But it is an interest which has arisen and been maintained within a specific stretch of post-war British educational history, and I want to recall how this has come to be so. Vygotsky’s stress on language in thinking emerged as a powerful influence on English teaching in the 1960s. The sources of this impact were complex. In James Britton, there was an unrivalled interpreter (Britton 1970). Teachers had a ready ear for a psychology which provided an alternative either to measuring and identifying abilities or to behavioural accounts of learning.

It permits true causal-genetic analysis, systematic study of the relations between the growth of the child’s thinking ability and his social development. (Vygotsky 1986: 9) The knot is tied. What will lie ahead will be the causal-genetic analysis, principally of the development of concepts. What is also Reading Vygotsky 27 being claimed is support for a theory of the role of the semiotic in development, emerging from a methodological search and from attention to the nature of the word. The problem of thought and language has been transformed.

Vaulting beyond, in the caviare-free and no doubt abstemious environment of Wilder Penfield’s flat, the men of psychology discuss ‘the role of language in development and of “the zone of proximal development” and (of all things) a second signal system attributed to Pavlov’ (p 71). Officialdom lumbers afterwards. The quick of ideas transcends the efforts to detain them. Liberating ideas also transcend, in Bruner’s representation, outworn formulations and temporary disguises. There can be no doubt that these include for Bruner not only Pavlovian reflexology but also Marxism.

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