50 early childhood literacy strategies / Janice J. Beaty.

By: Beaty, Janice JMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Pearson teaching strategies series: Publisher: Boston : Pearson, [2013]Copyright date: ©2013Edition: 3rd edDescription: xvii, 164 pages : illustrations ; 28 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780132690072; 0132690071Other title: Fifty early childhood literacy strategiesSubject(s): Language arts (Early childhood) | Early childhood education -- Activity programs | Picture books for childrenDDC classification: 372.6 LOC classification: LB1139.5.L35 | B42 2013
Contents:
About the author -- Children's picture books -- Educational supply companies -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Part 1: Children's Speaking/Listening: -- 1: Emergent literacy -- 2: Speaking words -- 3: Listening with intent -- 4: Listening center -- 5: Talk-rich environment -- 6: Dramatic play -- 7: Dual language learners -- 8: Phonological awareness -- 9: Chanting/singing -- 10: Vocabulary development -- 11: Book read-alouds -- 12: Storytelling -- 13: Story drama -- 14: Puppets -- 15: Assessing speaking progress -- Part 2: Children's Writing: -- 16: Emergent writing -- 17: Writing center -- 18: Environmental print -- 19: Alphabet -- 20: Names -- 21: Taking dictation -- 22: Caption pictures -- 23: Easel painting -- 24: Finger painting -- 25: Chalk -- 26: Shared writing -- 27: Dual language learners' writing -- 28: Invented spelling -- 29: Journals, literature logs -- 30: Messages -- 31: Block building -- 32: Assessing children's writing -- Part 3: Children's Reading: -- 33: Emergent reading -- 34: Book center -- 35: Visual literacy -- 36: Children reading independently -- 37: Computer books -- 38: Shared reading -- 39: Dual language readers -- 40: Big books -- 41: Predictable books -- 42: Song storybooks -- 43: Book characters -- 44: Sound words -- 45: Syllables -- 46: Kindergarten reading -- 47: Literacy bags -- 48: Webs -- 49: Assessing reading progress -- 50: Words, words, words -- Appendix: Websites.
Summary: Overview: Pre-service and in-service teachers alike get practical, up-to-date strategies and activities in this easy-to-use, easy-to-understand guide to teaching literacy to three-, four-, and five-year-olds. Readers discover the best picture books and activities to use with children, how to use them effectively, and how to ensure that children get the best benefits from their use. The book's unique approach presents the latest information on early literacy teaching strategies in 50 concise chapters divided into three sections: Children's Speaking/Listening, Children's Writing, and Children's Reading. This new edition includes the latest information on working with dual language learners, vocabulary development, and kindergarten reading, as well as practical applications of newly researched findings. Featured are: The latest information on early literacy in an easy-to-use, easy-to-understand format; Clear information on when, how, and with which students to use 50 practical strategies plus background information for creating additional strategies to reinforce each lesson; Guidance on what picture books and activities to use with children, how to use them effectively, and how to ensure that children can benefit from their use; Practical help for working effectively and successfully with dual language learners; New chapters on listening, vocabulary development, using dictation, working effectively with both writing and reading with dual language learners, and understanding kindergarten reading; Content updates include 69 new picture books, new activities in every chapter, 29 new children's artifacts, updated references, and a helpful Appendix of 26 appropriate web sites.
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About the author -- Children's picture books -- Educational supply companies -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Part 1: Children's Speaking/Listening: -- 1: Emergent literacy -- 2: Speaking words -- 3: Listening with intent -- 4: Listening center -- 5: Talk-rich environment -- 6: Dramatic play -- 7: Dual language learners -- 8: Phonological awareness -- 9: Chanting/singing -- 10: Vocabulary development -- 11: Book read-alouds -- 12: Storytelling -- 13: Story drama -- 14: Puppets -- 15: Assessing speaking progress -- Part 2: Children's Writing: -- 16: Emergent writing -- 17: Writing center -- 18: Environmental print -- 19: Alphabet -- 20: Names -- 21: Taking dictation -- 22: Caption pictures -- 23: Easel painting -- 24: Finger painting -- 25: Chalk -- 26: Shared writing -- 27: Dual language learners' writing -- 28: Invented spelling -- 29: Journals, literature logs -- 30: Messages -- 31: Block building -- 32: Assessing children's writing -- Part 3: Children's Reading: -- 33: Emergent reading -- 34: Book center -- 35: Visual literacy -- 36: Children reading independently -- 37: Computer books -- 38: Shared reading -- 39: Dual language readers -- 40: Big books -- 41: Predictable books -- 42: Song storybooks -- 43: Book characters -- 44: Sound words -- 45: Syllables -- 46: Kindergarten reading -- 47: Literacy bags -- 48: Webs -- 49: Assessing reading progress -- 50: Words, words, words -- Appendix: Websites.

Overview: Pre-service and in-service teachers alike get practical, up-to-date strategies and activities in this easy-to-use, easy-to-understand guide to teaching literacy to three-, four-, and five-year-olds. Readers discover the best picture books and activities to use with children, how to use them effectively, and how to ensure that children get the best benefits from their use. The book's unique approach presents the latest information on early literacy teaching strategies in 50 concise chapters divided into three sections: Children's Speaking/Listening, Children's Writing, and Children's Reading. This new edition includes the latest information on working with dual language learners, vocabulary development, and kindergarten reading, as well as practical applications of newly researched findings. Featured are: The latest information on early literacy in an easy-to-use, easy-to-understand format; Clear information on when, how, and with which students to use 50 practical strategies plus background information for creating additional strategies to reinforce each lesson; Guidance on what picture books and activities to use with children, how to use them effectively, and how to ensure that children can benefit from their use; Practical help for working effectively and successfully with dual language learners; New chapters on listening, vocabulary development, using dictation, working effectively with both writing and reading with dual language learners, and understanding kindergarten reading; Content updates include 69 new picture books, new activities in every chapter, 29 new children's artifacts, updated references, and a helpful Appendix of 26 appropriate web sites.

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Janice J. Beaty (Elmira College, Emerita) is an Educational Consultant and author/coauthor of several books, among them Early Literacy in Preschool and Kindergarten: A Multicultural Perspective, 3/e, (with L. Pratt ), Skills for Preschool Teachers, 9/e, and Observing Development of the Young Child, 7/e

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