Learning to read and write : developmentally appropriate practices for young children

by Neuman, Susan B.

Format: Print Book 2000
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Summary
The International Reading Association/National Association for the Education of Young Children joint position statement on developmentally appropriate ways of teaching children to read and write comes to life here with photographs, concrete guidelines, and exciting ideas for the classroom. Experiences commonplace in many homes and early childhood settings--such as adults reading to children--are key in laying the foundation for literacy. Yet these experiences are far from universal. To ensure that all children learn to read and write by the end of third grade, early childhood educators need to know more and do more to promote literacy in effective, developmentally appropriate ways.
Contents
IRA/NAEYC position
Readers and writers in the making
Ensuring children's reading and writing success.

Additional Information
Series NAEYC (Series) ; #161.
Subjects Language arts (Early childhood)
Reading (Early childhood)
English language -- Composition and exercises -- Study and teaching (Early childhood)
Developmental reading.
Publisher Washington, D.C. :National Association for the Education of Young Children,2000
Contributors Copple, Carol.
Bredekamp, Sue.
National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Language English
Description viii, 131 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 127-130).
ISBN 0935989870
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