Ideas for Making Puppets - and Their Use in the Development of Language Skills with Children from Four to Nine Years
Author: Lilian Coppock
Publisher: Folens Limited
View: 956Presents numerous ways of making puppets, and ideas for using these to develop speaking and listening skills with young children.
Author: Roy Corden
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
View: 7571This book blends theory, research and practice to show how an integrated programme of work can be developed to ensure that literacy is taught in a vibrant and stimulating way. Strategies for developing successful group work and whole class, interactive discourse are examined and effective teaching roles and questioning techniques are explored. Transcripts of group discussions and examples of children's work illustrate various points and work plans and practical classroom activities are described.
How you can help children to recognise and talk about their feelings
Author: Ros Bailey
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
View: 7990This practical book from Ros Bayley is designed to enable every practitioner to help children manage their emotions. This title looks at the whole range of emotions that children feel and enable any practitioner to help children recognise these emotions and talk about them. Brimming with ideas for using puppets, toys, pictures, games and stories this is a must-have book for any practitioner looking to manage the emotions of children in their care.
Author: Elizabeth Grugeon,Lorraine Hubbard,Carol Smith,Lyn Dawes
View: 967This newly revised second edition looks at ways in which teachers can develop children's abilities in speaking and listening, as required by the National Curriculum. The authors discuss the links between language and learning; offer case studies and suggestions for classroom practice; and provide stimulating activities to help pupils to become more articulate, coherent and effective in standard English. The book is a suitable text for students taking primary initial teacher training courses. It will also be welcomed as a practical handbook for primary teachers.
Author: Bowker Staff,R R Bowker Publishing
Publisher: Reed Reference Publishing
View: 3201"Especially useful for...expanding collections to support new curriculum areas."--LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE ANNUAL. Information by subject for every available fiction & nonfiction children's book in print is found in this one convenient source. Turn to the 1996 edition of SUBJECT GUIDE TO CHILDREN'S BOOKS IN PRINT when you need to: * build, update, & expand children's & young adult collections. * track down the latest children's books on any subject. * assist young readers with subject-specific research. Full bibliographic & ordering information for each entry is included.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
View: 849Read It To Me Now! charts the emergent literacy learning of five four-year old children from different cultural backgrounds in their crucial move from home to school, and demonstrates how children's early understanding of reading and writing is learnt socially and culturally within their family and community.
Literacy Through Oracy
Publisher: David Fulton Pub
Category: Debates and debating
View: 3991This is a text for students on primary initial teacher training courses and a practical handbook for primary teachers which looks at developing children's abilities in speaking and listening, as required by the National Curriculum. The authors discuss the links between language and learning, offer case studies and suggestions for classroom practice, and provide stimulating activities to help pupils to become more articulate, coherent and effective in standard English.
Author: Piers Torday
Publisher: cbj Verlag
Category: Juvenile Fiction
View: 5531Zauberhaft, herzzerreißend und wunderbar humorvoll In einer Welt, in der keine Tiere mehr existieren, kommt sich auch der 12-jährige Kester manchmal vor wie der Letzte seiner Art. Zumindest in dem Mentorium für Problemkinder, in dem er lebt und wo alle so tun, als sei mit ihm etwas nicht in Ordnung. Als er dann auf einen Schwarm sprechender Tauben trifft, denkt Kester, jetzt werde er völlig verrückt. Aber diese Tiere haben ihm etwas mitzuteilen ... Sie befreien Kester und bringen ihn in die Wildnis zu einem Ort, an dem die letzten wilden Tiere verborgen vor der Welt überlebt haben. Ihr weiser Anführer, ein mächtiger Hirsch, bittet Kester um Hilfe, und gemeinsam begeben sie sich auf eine große Reise, begleitet von einem vorwitzigen Wolfsjungen, einer eitlen Katzendiva, einer tanzenden Feldmaus, einer philosophischen weißen Taube und einem eigensinnigen Mädchen namens Polly. Ein großartiger Abenteuerroman – dramatisch, bildgewaltig und gefühlsgeladen.