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Supporting Early Literacy Development

Exploring Best Practice with 2-3 Year Olds
Terry Gould(Autor*in)
Featherstone (Verlag)
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Erschienen am 5. Oktober 2017
92 Seiten
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978-1-4729-4587-7 (ISBN)
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With two year olds now becoming an established part of the school population in many areas of the UK, it is critically important that those working with these very young children fully understand how literacy can be most successfully approached at this sensitive and crucial stage of their development.

This book takes the perspective that early literacy for the very young child doesn't just involve books to read, but requires skilled and knowledgeable people who develop sensitive, responsive relationships with the child. Practitioners, parents and caregivers are each a vital component of the child's experience with reading and writing, and all should work together to support the development of emerging literacy skills.
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Terry was awarded a first class honours degree for teaching children in the 3-11 age range, a diploma in education, and a master's degree in teaching research in the early years. He has experience of working with all the age ranges within the primary sector but has an extensive range of experience working with children in the Early Years Foundation Stage; including being deputy head teacher of a large 100-place flagship nursery school and deputy head teacher across 10 community nursery centres. Terry has been a teacher representative on the Early Years Development Group at the Manchester Metropolitan University where he has contributed to conferences, seminars and workshops and a range of academic courses. He is an accredited assessor for the Early Years Professional Award and an experienced moderator for the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile. He has worked for a number of local authorities, private training providers and computer software publishing houses as a consultant, trainer and publisher. Part of this work has involved advising architects, planners, schools and children's centres on the design and development of outdoor grounds. Terry has led on the writing of a wide range of early years guidance materials for practitioners and regularly writes articles on early literacy for publications. He has contributed to a range of books, magazines, journals and training videos on the Early Years and enjoys a reputation for providing quality early years training and consultancy.

Terry Gould is Honorary Consulting Anaesthetist and Uttley Honorary Consulting Neurosurgeon at The Atkinson Morley's Hospital.
  • Cover
  • Title
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: Young children and their developing literacy competencies
  • Chapter 2: Exploring the importance and main elements of a literate environment
  • Chapter 3: Creating an environment that supports literacy
  • Chapter 4: A closer look at the role of the adult
  • Chapter 5: Drawing and its key role in supporting early literacy development
  • Chapter 6: The importance of a secure understanding of child development - exploring a simple writing continuum
  • Chapter 7: Assessing children's early reading and writing - planning the next steps
  • Bibliography and further reading

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