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Fostering Young Children’s. Interest in Literacy By, Jennifer Brand. Concepts about the written No I won’t Language.

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Fostering young children s

Fostering Young Children’s

Interest in Literacy

By, Jennifer Brand


Concepts about the written no i won t language
Concepts about the written No I won’t Language






Important for primary-grade teachers to demonstrate the purposes of written language and provide opportunities for the students to experiment with reading and writing in many areas such as:

Posting signs in the classroom

Making a list of classroom rules

Writing notes to students in the class

Exchanging messages with classmates

Reading and writing stories

Making posters about favorite books

Labeling classroom items

Drawing and writing journals

Reading and writing charts and maps

Reading and writing letters to pen pals

Writing notes to parents

Writing morning messages


Three types of concepts that young children acquire from their experiences with varied materials are:

  • Book - Orientation concepts

  • Directional concepts

  • Letter and Word concepts



Levels of the concept word
Levels of the concept word themselves, through demonstrations of writing, and through writing activities.

  • Young children do not differentiate between words and things.

  • Children describe words as labels for things.

  • Children understand that words carry meaning and that stories are built from words

  • More fluent readers and writers describe words as autonomous elements having meaning of their own and definite semantic and syntactic relationships.


Environmental print
Environmental print themselves, through demonstrations of writing, and through writing activities.

  • When children begin word recognition, it usually starts with symbols (i.e. McDonalds).


Ways to increase the literacy experiences of the children
Ways to increase the literacy experiences of the children. themselves, through demonstrations of writing, and through writing activities.

  • The morning message - Demonstrates purpose and correct writing patterns

  • Literacy play centers - Demonstrates practical purpose

  • Sign in sheets - Practice writing names for genuine purpose

  • Mail Boxes: Exchanging messages with classmates - Gives reading and writing social purpose


Bibliography
Bibliography themselves, through demonstrations of writing, and through writing activities.

  • Reading of the 21st, by Tompkins

  • Microsoft Power Point Presentations

  • Dr. Mi


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