Early Childhood Experiences in Language Arts: Emerging Literacy

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Delmar Publishers, 1995 - Language arts (Preschool) - 477 pages
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Designed to help teachers provide an opportunity filled program of language arts activities. It is both a practical "How To" manual and a collection of resources including tried and true activities.

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Contents

LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT EMERGING LITERACY IN THE YOUNG CHILD
1
Beginnings of Communication
9
The Tasks of the Toddler
24
Preschool Years
43
Growth Systems Affecting Early Language Ability
61
Understanding Differences
79
Achieving Language and Literacy Goals Through Programming
98
Promoting Language and Literacy
118
Speech in Play and Routines
283
Group Times
294
Puppetry and Beginning Drama Experiences
309
PrintEarly Knowledge and Emerging Interest
338
Developing Print Awareness and Skill
359
Activities with Printscript
373
Reading and Preschoolers
384
Developing a Literacy Environment
402

Developing Listening Skills
137
Listening Activities
147
Children and Books
157
Storytelling
190
Poetry
205
Flannel Boards and Activity Sets
218
SPEECH GROWTHCONVERSATION EXPRESSION AND DRAMATIZATION Unit 14 Realizing Speaking Goals
268
SETTINGS PROMOTING LITERACY AT HOME AND SCHOOL Unit 23 The ParentCenter Partnership
412
APPENDIX
431
GLOSSARY
445
REFERENCES
449
INDEX
469
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