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Literacy's Beginnings : Supporting Young Readers and Writers,9780205533367

Literacy's Beginnings : Supporting Young Readers and Writers

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Edition:
5th
ISBN13:

9780205533367

ISBN10:
0205533361
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2008
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon
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Summary

This book offers an integrated, developmental approach to differentiating reading and writing instruction for children, birth to age 8. Literacy's Beginningsoffers an integrated approach to reading and writing instruction keyed to thefivetypical developmental stages through which most children pass (the IRA/NAEYC phases of literacy). Current and future teachers of children from birth to age 8

Table of Contents

Every chapter begins with "Key Concepts" and concludes with "Chapter Summary," "Applying the Information," "Going Beyond the Text," and "References."
Preface
Understanding Children's Literacy Development
Language Development
Children's Concepts About Written Language
Written and Spoken Language Functions
Written and Spoken Language Meanings
Written Language Forms
Meaning-Form Links
Developmental Changes in Children's Reading and Writing
From Birth to Three Years: The Foundations of Literacy Development
The Beginnings of Literacy
Home Influences on Literacy Learning
Implications for Child Care and Nursery School
From Three to Five Years: Novice Readers and Writers in the Phase of Awareness and Exploration
Who Are Novice Readers and Writers? Meaning
Written Language Forms
Meaning-Form Links
Written Language Functions
A Word of Caution
From Five to Seven Years: Experimenting Readers and Writers
Who Are Experimenters? Experimenting with Meaning
Experimenting with Meaning-Form Links
Experimenting with Functions of Written Language
A Word of Caution
From Six to Eight Years: Early, Rransitional, and Self-Generative Readers and Writers
Who Are Conventional Readers and Writers? Meaning Construction
Written Language Forms
Meaning-Form Links
Functions
The Traditional End Points: Reading and Word Identification, Vocabulary, and Comprehension
Literacy-Rich Classrooms
Developmentally Appropriate Practice
Characteristics of Literacy-Rich Classrooms
Physical Arrangement of Classrooms
Culturally Sensitive and Integrated Curriculum
Assessment, Instruction, and Grouping
Supporting Literacy Learning in Preschool
The Preschool Context
Reading and Writing in Exemplary Preschool Classrooms
Supporting Vocabulary and Concept Development: Laying the Foundation for Comprehension and Composition
Supporting Concepts about Print and Alphabet Letter Learning
Supporting Children's Development of Phonemic Awareness
Another Look: The Teacher's Roles
Supporting Literacy Learning in Kindergarten
The Kindergarten Context: What's New Here? Talking and Writing Together in Mrs
Poremba's Kindergarten
Helping Children Attend to Sounds in Words
Kindergarten Experiences with Reading
Kindergarten Experiences with Writing
Kindergarten Experiences with Play
Another Look: The Teacher's Roles
Supporting Literacy Learning in First Grade
What's New Here? Reading and Writing in Five First Grade Classrooms Exemplary First Grade Literacy Instruction
Supporting Literacy Learning Beyond First Grade
What's New Here? Shared Reading and Reading Aloud
Writing and Reading Workshop, Book Clubs, and Guided Reading
Reading and Writing Poetry
Reading and Writing Informational Text
Learning Conventions
Diverse Learners
Learners At Risk
Special-Needs Learners
Learners from Diverse Cultural Backgrounds
Children from Diverse Language Backgrounds
Assessment
A Day in Kindergarten
Effective Classroom Assessment
Screening and Monitoring Essential Components of Literacy Development
Appendix
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