- 50 Early Childhood Literacy Strategies
Janice J. Beaty 50 'Early Childhood Literacy Strategies is the answer to the early childhood teacher's dilemma of how to teach reading to children 3, 4, and 5 years of age as mandated by the state and national governments. This text presents an easy-to-use, easy-to-understand approach involving young childrens' own emergence into the world of speaking and listening, reading and writing. Teachers and student interns will quickly learn what picture books and activities to use with children, how to use them, and how children can benefit from their use. They will learn what to expect as young childrens' writing emerges from scribbles to pictures and real words. Finally, they will come to terms with the concept of emergent literacy as it appears in preschool chi
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- 50 Early Childhood Strategies for Working and Communicating with Diverse Families
Pearson Education EMA Catalogue The book presents key concepts, discusses them in research-based, accessible prose, and provides useful strategies to facilitate communication and collaboration. The book focuses on family-centered care and education for young children and emphasizes partnering with families.
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- Successful Language Development Strategies in the Early Childhood Classroom
For English Language Learners and Native Speakers by Nancy Battista Morgan Using best practices that help develop language skills in a comprehensive and engaging way, this program demonstrates successful language development techniques. The video takes place in exemplary classrooms and shows teaching strategies that facilitate language and vocabulary with diverse classes. Select more for clips.
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- Talking, Drawing, Writing: Lessons for Our Youngest Writers
In the early grades, talking and drawing can provide children with a natural pathway to writing, yet these components are often overlooked. In Talking, Drawing, Writing: Lessons for Our Youngest Writers Martha Horn and Mary Ellen Giacobbe invite readers to join them in classrooms where they listen, watch, and talk with children, then use what they learn to create lessons designed to meet children where they are and lead them into the world of writing. Many of the strategies are very appropriate for ELLs in older grades.
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- The Early Years Blog
Here you’ll find teaching advice, management tips, favorite resources, and activity ideas specifically for teachers of grades preK–2.
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