Lit. Strategies 9.9.2010

Lit. Strategies 9.9.2010 - Encourage engaged play/pretend...

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Class Notes 9/9/2010- Strategies Talk in simple language Make frequent eye contact Label the environment Share books by reading Engage in lap reading Respond to children’s cues Sing/engage in fingerplays Listen to books on tape Teach baby ASL Preschool Be nurturing Respond to “kid language” Hang literary things in classroom Make literacy relevant to children’s lives Engage in child-centered teaching/make it relevant
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Unformatted text preview: Encourage engaged play/pretend play Read good books- rich vocab, relevant, age-appropriate Use childrens first-hand experiences Primary grades Read and encourage reading Use written instruction when appropriate Encourage invented spelling Promote small-group work and challenge childrens IQs Encourage genre writing 02:28 02:28...
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course ECE 4300 taught by Professor Fite during the Fall '10 term at Texas State.

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