This book shows you how to tap into the natural processes of language acquisition by adapting the teaching of language to literature that children like to read. Children learn how text works through stories, songs, and poems that have meaning to them.Its rhythm and cadences and its rhyme, if any, make it a natural vehicle for introducing children to print. The oral comes first ... The length of any one chapter makes memorization more difficult, but Robert knew all of Milnea#39;s poetry, two full books, so it was not length that made him choose. It is the ... The rhythm and the fun of the rhymes make them easy for all children to learn. ... We can now use the familiar rhymes at the beginning of grade one 102 to teach children concepts about print.
|Title||:||Stories, Songs, and Poetry to Teach Reading and Writing|
|Author||:||Marlene J. McCracken, Robert A. McCracken|
|Publisher||:||Portage & Main Press - 1986-01-01|