Children's Emergent Literacy: From Research to Practice

Children's Emergent Literacy: From Research to Practice

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This book examines emergent literacy as the foundations for language instruction and seeks to relate the work of those doing research on literacy acquisition and those designing programs to facilitate children's literacy development. It bridges theory and practice, looking at both cognitive processes and settings in which children first experience literacy. With contributions by leading researchers in the field, the book examines emergent literacy in nonliterate homes; oral language supports; parent-child reading; literacy and working class families; literacy from a developmental perspective; parental involvement; and collaborative efforts of teachers and parents. An essential collection for all research and education in the language arts methods area. Will also appeal to educators involved in reading instruction and parent-education.From Research to Practice David Lancy ... We describe below project activities for kindergarten, first, and second grades. SHARING TIMEa¬Ä¬ĒKINDERGARTEN PROJECT Project researchers (the researchers of this paper) asked Kendon kindergarten teachers ... Mutual interest and respect for childrena#39;s ideas was a problem for teachers and students because children made unkind remarks to each other.

Title:Children's Emergent Literacy: From Research to Practice
Author: David Lancy
Publisher:ABC-CLIO - 1994-07-30

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