For one-semester, junior/graduate-level courses in Early Childhood Reading/Language Arts or Developmental Reading/Literacy.Drawing upon the author's own research and work with teachers, this text combines theory, a strong research base, and practical applications for literary instruction in pre-kindergarten through grade three classes. It emphasizes what children do as they explore reading, writing, speaking, and listening and how teachers can strengthen children's natural exploration of literacy behaviors. The text is designed to stimulate extensive personal reflection, additional reading in the professional literature, field experiences, and discussion among students.
- Limba : Engleza
- Cuprins :
1. Understanding and Applying Research on Literacy Development.
Two Theories. Two Instructional Approaches. Two Processes: Which Comes First. Different Views of Children's Learning: Current Research. Kidwatching. Important Findings. Instructional Implications: Emergent Literacy. New Terms. Summary. Questions and Tasks for Independent or Collaborative Work.
2. Classrooms for Literary Growth.
Teachers as KidWatchers, Decision Makers, and Researchers. Literacy Workshops. Physical Concerns for a Workshop Approach. Interpersonal Components. Getting Started With A Literacy Workshop Approach. Planning Students Activities. Activities for the Literacy Workshop. Integrated Curriculum in Emergent Literacy Classrooms. Summary. Questions and Tasks for Independent or Collaborative Work.
3. Assessment of Literacy.
The Debate About Assessment. Classroom-Based Assessment. Finding Time for Assessment. Observating, Interviewing, and Conferencing, With Students
- Data Publicarii : 1996
- Editie : 2
- Format : Paperback
- Numar pagini : 336
- ISBN : 9780024052728