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Author: Rosemary Russell
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Maths is good for you! Research has shown that: *Numeracy exercises are very good for the brain *In the long term, numeracy helps employment prospects, and *Maths qualifications can lead to more earning power Are you the parent or carer of a young child, keen to help with school work at home - but worried that you might not do a good job? Presented as a colourful and easy-to-follow guide, this book will demystify what children are being taught in school and is brimming with ideas on how you can help your child with their numeracy at home. It will: Secure your own knowledge Give you ideas of how to help your child Provide exercises to do with your child Show you what schools are trying to do Lead you to more resources And most important of all, it will help you make maths fun! Rosemary Russell has much experience helping parents help their children with their numeracy skills. This book will show you that you are the very best person for the job, and will give you the incentive to spend quality time with your child so that you can learn together and improve your child's chances to do well and be happy in school.
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Author: Betty Rudd
Publisher: A&C Black
This book focuses on developing important qualities such as emotional awareness, confidence and self-motivation. It outlines simple steps to teach your child how to manage their feelings, behave appropriately and learn from their experiences. Packed full of tips, examples and fun activities, this easy-to-follow guide will give you the tools and confidence to nurture your child's emotional and mental wellbeing right from the start. Perfect for parents and carers, this book will also be a source of inspiration to teachers, teaching assistants, counsellors, psychotherapists and anyone wanting to boost a child's emotional wellbeing. Packed full of tips, examples and fun activities, this easy-to-follow guide will give you the tools and confidence to nurture your child's emotional and mental wellbeing right from the start. Perfect for parents and carers, this book will also be a source of inspiration to teachers, teaching assistants, counsellors, psychotherapists and anyone wanting to boost a child's emotional wellbeing.
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Author: Caroline Coxon
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
Are you the parent or carer of a young child, keen to help with school work at home - but worried that you might not do a good job? Caroline Coxon is here to help with a quick overview on how best to help a child with their reading and writing. This book will: -Give you ideas for activities -Give you advice on choosing the right time and situations to encourage reading and writing practice at home -Show you what schools are trying to do -Show you what children are expected to learn at a given age -Give you an overview on phonics and the National Literacy Strategy Presented as a colourful and easy-to-follow guide, this book will demystify what children are being taught in school and will show you that there are many ways you can help your child with their reading and writing at home. Most of all, it will show you that you are the very best person for the job, and gives you the incentive to spend quality time with your child so that you can learn together and improve your child's chances to do well and be happy in school. Not only that: it gives you the opportunity to have lots of fun along the way!
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Author: Ronald L. Cramer
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
A breakthrough in teaching the language arts, this new text integrates essential elements of phonics instruction with critical principles of literature-based instruction, and an emphasis on the arts resulting in a refreshing and balanced approach to language arts. Ron Cramer has been selected by The International Reading Association for the 2004 Outstanding Teacher Educator in Reading. Written with the belief that all children and teachers possess creative potential, respected author, Ron Cramer masterfully integrates phonics instruction with critical principles of literature-based instruction, namely literature, comprehension, writing, and oral language. Created especially for those students who want hands-on practical applications to take into the classroom, this text will be a “keeper” as it includes more activities than any other text that culminate in a compendium of activities—The Blue Pages—at the end of the book. In sum, Cramer's engaging writing style leaves readers feeling as though they “are in conversation with the author” and clearly answers the question, “How can we teach Language Arts well?” Lastly, this text adds new dimension by providing an important but often neglected emphasis on the arts.
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Author: James F. Christie
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
“This text does an exemplary job of presenting current early literacy research and methods in a manner that can be understood and respected. Also, its emphasis upon workshop-based instruction is very appealing to me as a long-time advocate for this approach to literacy.” –Scott A. L. Beck, Georgia Southern University The third edition of Teaching Language and Literacy: Preschool Through the Elementary Grades integrates a constructivist/emergent literacy perspective with science-based instructional practices. This unique focus on theories and techniques that have proven to be successful helps pre-service and in-service teachers translate principles into classroom practice. Perfect for any course with a focus on language, the book covers the development and teaching of both oral and written language in preschool through elementary grades. Its emphasis on diversity includes special features that describe how teachers can adjust instruction to meet the needs of second-language and bilingual learners. In addition, the third edition focuses on scientifically-based reading research (SBRR) throughout, blending these findings with other perspectives in a “value added” approach to language and literacy teaching and learning. New features include: • •Emphasis on a blended approach to language and literacy instruction, including both authentic learning linked to activities and developmentally-appropriate teaching. •Activities such as “Linking Knowledge to Practice” help students connect theory to practices they observe in preschool and kindergarten classrooms. •In-depth coverage of new federal and state literacy initiatives, standardized literacy assessments, and latest practices in ongoing literacy assessment.
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Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
"Now in its fourth edition, Early Childhood Language Arts offers a more comprehensive look at early childhood education than any other text, integrating all aspects of language arts : listening, speaking, reading, and writing"--Back cover.
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Author: Pamela J. Farris
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages
"This comprehensive text offers a balanced approach to the teaching of language arts. Pamela Farris weaves the eclectic elements involved in the teaching process into a substantive, useful guide for preservice and in-service professionals. She itemizes which of the Professional Standards are specifically addressed in each chapter. Her discussions of relevant theories adequately supplement her focus on methods of instruction and teaching strategies - including literature circles, thematic units, writer's and reader's workshops, modeling instruction, small group and whole class activities, and guided reading and writing. Farris presents a variety of classroom-tested activities suitable for different developmental levels in grades K-8, which integrate many or all of the language arts. She also provides numerous assessment techniques, including rubrics, checklists, and portfolios, and provides effective means for evaluating student achievement."--BOOK JACKET.
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Author: Robert Titzer
The Objects Early Literacy Sliding Book is designed to be one of the first books that your young child can read. Children get to see sentences on the main pages of the book and then again on the sliding tabs. For babies, toddlers, and young children ages 3 months to 7 years.The primary purposes of this book are to help your child learn to read the key words in this book and to learn how to categorize objects more accurately. Each category shows four types of items that belong in the category. For instance, the page on clothes shows shirts, jackets, shorts, and jeans on the sliding tab. Being able to categorize objects is an important skill for babies and toddlers to learn. There is research showing that it can be taught in part by highlighting a shape bias (or helping the child figure out that the shape of an object typically gives more category information than its color, texture, size, material, or design).Our new Early Literacy Sliding Books are designed to teach children literacy skills including learning to read individual words, phrases, sentences, and books as well as introducing phonics skills. The Early Literacy Sliding Books use the novel technique of repeating identical sentences on the main pages and sliding tabs while using different fonts. This is to help early readers transition from reading words and phrases to reading sentences and entire books. On the main pages, children see sentences which can be read by the parent while the child points to the words. The same sentences are intentionally repeated on the sliding tabs along with images that show their meanings. The children may repeat the same sentences aloud while the parent points to the words on the sliding tabs. If both of these are done, then the child is looking at the words while the parent reads the sentences and again as the child repeats the sentences aloud. These books are designed to help young children understand, say, and read words.
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Author: Lee Galda
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
In the Second Edition of this popular textbook, Galda, Cullinan, and Strickland continue to show new teachers how to use children's literature to support English language arts teaching and learning in kindergarten through eighth-grade classrooms. LANGUAGE, LITERACY, AND THE CHILD presents current theories and research alongside practical classroom applications. With this organization, the authors provide theoretically sound, literature-based practices and teaching ideas to help students as they begin to teach.
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