The role of parent-child and teacher-child shared story telling and storybook reading is a key vehicle for supporting children's development of emergent literacy and early language skills. This highly usable and practical book brings the advantages of sharing books and stories to educational and clinical settings, effectively demonstrating how it may be used to support: print knowledge phonological awareness vocabulary inferential language abilities grammatical and narrative skills With contributions from notable scholars who actively conduct research in the areas of education, developmental psychology, speech language pathology, reading, and early literacy, this unique resource synthesizes and applies current theory and research on uses of sharing books and stories in educational and intervention contexts.For instance, professionals who work with preschoolers exhibiting underdeveloped emergent literacy skills need up-to-date information about effective storybook reading techniques that they can use to accelerate literacy learning. Likewiseanbsp;...
|Title||:||Sharing Books and Stories to Promote Language and Literacy|
|Author||:||Anne van Kleeck|
|Publisher||:||Plural Publishing - 2006-11-01|