9780415153935

The Development of School-Based Literacy: A Social Ecological Perspective

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  • ISBN13:

    9780415153935

  • ISBN10:

    041515393X

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1999-01-01
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis

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Summary

Based on a longitudinal study in U.S. homes and schools, the authors present the results of how diverse and close social relationships influence children's literacy learning as they progress through the first three years of formal schooling.

Table of Contents

1 Early literacy: background and theory
1(16)
2 Methods in the study of children's literacy development at home and at school
17(17)
3 Joint reading between parents and children
34(26)
4 Peer interaction, play, and literate language: naturalistic and experimental evidence from preschool and primary school classrooms
60(29)
5 Social networks at home and school: diverse social contacts as affordances for literacy development
89(13)
6 Role of social relationships in literacy development
102(18)
7 Relationships, individual differences, and children's use of literate language
120(11)
8 A case study of school-based literacy learning
131(25)
9 What is to be done?
156(12)
References 168(12)
Index 180

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