Building a Language-focused Curriculum for the Preschool Classroom: A planning guide

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Mabel Rice, Kim A. Wilcox
P.H. Brookes Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1995 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 405 pages
A well-designed language-focused curriculum creates natural and teacher-directed opportunities for preschoolers to develop the language and communication skills that are essential to later academic success. And all children benefit -- those with language impairments, those learning English as a second language, and those developing typically.

Volume II offers a semester's worth of activities and ideas for more than 50 dramatic play, art, and group exercises that emphasize social, cognitive, and motor skills.

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The General Philosophy of the LanguageFocused Curriculum
The Curriculum Structure for Naturalistic Learning
Language Intervention in the LanguageFocused Curriculum

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