Making Sense of Early Literacy: A Practitioner's Perspective
Trentham, 2000 - Education - 142 pages
This state of the art text for early childhood educators is written by an international team of leading early childhood specialists. Evidence from recent research in Australia, France, Singapore and England provides practitioners with new information about young children's learning and about the shared understandings of literacy in different societies. The ways in which children learn about literacy through play in the years before formal schooling so that their experiences are meaningful and enjoyable are presented. The personal and professional issues which early childhood educators must take such developments into account are a key aspect.
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