`This is a clear, jargon-free analysis of current National Curriculum and National Literacy strategy documents, combined with sensible and creative suggestions for implementing them... The activities are imaginative, consistent and true to the author's ideal of a full and empowering critical literacy for all children' - Times Educational Supplement, Friday Magazine A Practical Guide to Teaching Reading in the Early Years meets the needs of student teachers on undergraduate and postgraduate teacher training courses. It addresses the English National Curriculum for Teacher Training as well as covering the curriculum requirements for young children. It will also be relevant to others who work in early years environments and who are concerned with developing reading in considered and knowledeagable ways.Poetry Young children are enthusiastic explorers of language and highly attentive to patterns, sounds and rhythms. ... They may use language to create visual and verbal patterns. ... This will include finger rhymes, nursery rhymes, songs, jokes, contemporary poems, poetry from different traditions and cultures and poems by children. ... to inexperienced readers since rhymes and repeated words or refrains support childrena#39;s memory of texts, recognition of words and phonic strategies.
|Title||:||A Practical Guide to Teaching Reading in the Early Years|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 1998-10-23|