theory notes 8_27

theory notes 8_27 - Your response to literature Write about...

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1 Your response to literature Write about your history as a reader… Earliest memories of reading at home and school Which adults most encouraged you as a reader? Why? Discouraged you as a reader? Why? Do you consider yourself a good reader? Why or why or why not? What does the home that sends children to school ready to read look like? Children see their parents reading regularly. Home rich in literature. Visit weekly or at least monthly. Start young. Children are read to regularly. 20 minutes daily or more! Parents provide motivation and encouragement. Early literacy skills linked to… Structure play following the child’s lead Language characteristics of caregivers Amount of shared book reading and literacy activities Rush (1999)
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2 SES and access to books 3 LA communities researched did in-home surveys, observations, etc. Highest SES = avg. 199 books
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