Language and Literacy Learning in the Early Years: An Integrated Approach

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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1993 - Education - 311 pages
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This text presents an account of how young children's spoken and written language develops before formal schooling. It emphasizes the integration of speaking, listening, writing and reading: and illustrates how children learn and use these processes to connect with others, understand their world and express themselves.

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Contents

Chapter One Learning Language and Literacy as an Integrated
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Lets Review
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Distinctions between Language and Literacy in Development
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Susan B. Neuman, Ed.D., is Professor of Educational Studies, School of Education, University of Michigan. Michael L. Kamil, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychological Studies in Education, School of Education, Stanford University.

Kathleen Roskos teaches courses in reading assessment and instruction at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. Formerly an elementary school reading teacher, Dr. Roskos has served in a variety of educational administration roles, including director of federal programs in the public schools, department chair in higher education and director of the Ohio Literacy Initiative at the Ohio Department of Education. She has developed and coordinated numerous educational grants, most recently an online literacy specialist endorsement program. Dr. Roskos established one of the first public preschools in Ohio ("Bridges and Links)."""She has been instrumental in the design and development of statewide online professional development in reading for P-12 teachers. Her more recent activities involve professional development in Early Reading First programs in Arizona, New Mexico and Ohio. Dr. Roskos studies early literacy development, teacher learning and the instructional design of professional development for educators, and has published numerous research articles, chapters and books on these topics. She recently completed service as a lead writer of the 2010 Educator Professional Standards of the International Reading Association.

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