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Explains how to write different kinds of nursery rhymes, from sing-along rhymes to lullabies.
This photocopiable book provides a resource for the Literacy Hour, the National Curriculum for English and the Scottish Guidelines for English Language 5-14. Covering the key requirements for text-level work (comprehension and composition), it provides sections of structured lesson-plans on the main genres (narrative, non-fiction, poetry and plays), 90 linked copymasters which include extracts from books and poems, continuing and end-of-section assessments, and National Literacy Strategy and Scotland 5-14 planners.
In this essay collection, scholars in the area of early literacy provide concrete strategies for achieving excellence in literacy instruction. The collection presents current, research-based information on the advances and refinements in the area of emerging literacy and the early stages of formal instruction in reading and writing. Following a foreword (Alan Farstrup) and an introduction (Dorothy S. Strickland and Lesley Mandel Morrow), chapters in the collection are: (1) "Beginning Reading and Writing: Perspectives on Instruction" (William H. Teale and Junko Yokota); (2) "Becoming a Reader: A Developmentally Appropriate Approach" (Susan B. Neuman and Sue Bredekamp); (3) "Literacy Instruction for Young Children of Diverse Backgrounds" (Kathryn H. Au); (4) "Enhancing Literacy Growth through Home-School Connections" (Diana H. Tracey); (5) "Children's Pretend Play and Literacy" (Anthony D. Pellegrini and Lee Galda); (6) "Talking Their Way into Print: English Language Learners in a Prekindergarten Classroom" (Celia Genishi, Donna Yung-Chan, and Susan Stires); (7) "Organizing and Managing a Language Arts Block" (Lesley Mandel Morrow); (8) "Classroom Intervention Strategies: Supporting the Literacy Development of Young Learners at Risk" (Dorothy S. Strickland); (9) "Teaching Young Children to Be Writers" (Karen Bromley); (10) "Phonics Instruction" (Margaret Moustafa); (11) "Reading Aloud from Culturally Diverse Literature" (Lee Galda and Bernice E. Cullinan); (12) "Fostering Reading Comprehension" (Linda B. Gambrell and Ann Dromsky); (13) "Assessing Reading and Writing in the Early Years" (Bill Harp and Jo Ann Brewer); (14) "Sign of the Times: Technology and Early Literacy Learning" (Shelley B. Wepner and Lucinda C. Ray); and (15) "Still Standing: Timeless Strategies for Teaching the Language Arts" (Diane Lapp, James Flood, and Nancy Roser). (NKA)
Presenting best practices in an easy-to-use format, literacy expert Bonnie Burns provides practical, research-based strategies for all aspects of literacy education.
This book uncovers the Secret History of Nursery Rhymes. Many of the ... origins of the humble nursery rhyme are believed to be associated with actual events in history, with references to murder and persecution, betrayal, greed and to tyrants and royalty. Rhymes are usually short and therefore easy to remember, a critical factor during the times when many people were unable to read or write. They were passed verbally from one generation to the next before the invention of the printing press. Reciting old Nursery Rhymes to our children is one of the most pleasurable first steps to developing their language skills and extending their vocabulary.
This introductory K-3 literacy text models explicit instruction as a vehicle for developing reading and writing skills in primary classrooms. The authors rely on both recent research and personal experience, sharing classroom-proven lesson plans, samples of student work, and examples from the classroom to ground and apply each chapter's content. A new focus on struggling readers - in feature boxes within each chapter, as adaptation ideas within lesson plans, and in a complete chapter (Chapter 11 - Interventions for Struggling Readers) - gives you the information you need to detect, assess, and address the needs of these students. English Language Learner notes provide guidance for meeting the needs of students whose first language is not English.
Designed for teachers, this guide instructs them on how to use the 12-book Sing Along & Read Along series and companion CD with students to promote an interactive learning experience. Teachers are also invited to use the engaging activities that are included to supplement many early childhood learning concepts.
In the second edition of Reading with Meaning, Debbie Miller shares her new thinking about comprehension strategy instruction, the gradual release of responsibility instructional model, and planning for student engagement and independence. It has been ten years since the first edition, in which Debbie chronicled a year in her own classroom. Reading with Meaning, Second Edition supports that work and expands her vision of strategy instruction and intentional teaching and learning. Debbie believes that every child deserves at least a full year of growth during each classroom year and offers planning documents with matching assessments to ensure that no child falls through the cracks. The second edition also provides new book recommendations that will engage and delight students, and current picture books for reading aloud and strategy instruction. This new edition reflects Debbie's professional experiences and judgment, her work in classrooms and collaboration with colleagues, and the current research in the field, showcasing her newest, best thinking.
Uses the device of word walls for kindergarten and first- and second-grade English lessons
Summary: Investigating Poetry is a series of three books (ages 7-8, 9-10, 11+) designed to help students study English through reading, writing, speaking and listening to poetry. Each book allows students to practise and develop a variety of skills, including comprehension, discussion, creative writing, word study.
Plan for six weeks of learning covering all six areas of learning and development of the EYFS through the topic of nursery rhymes. The Planning for Learning series is a series of topic books written around the Early Years Foundation Stage designed to make planning easy. This book takes you through six weeks of activities on the theme of nursery rhymes. Each activity is linked to a specific Early Learning Goal, and the book contains a skills overview so that practitioners can keep track of which areas of learning and development they are promoting. This book also includes a photocopiable page to give to parents with ideas for them to get involved with their children's topic, as well as ideas for bringing the six weeks of learning together. The weekly themes in this book include: Humpty Dumpty, Little Miss Muffet, Jack and Jill, The Grand Old Duke of York, Hickory Dickory Dock and Little Bo Peep.
NANNY'S NURSERY RHYMES FOR A NEW MILLENNIUM is a nursery rhyme book with over 60 original rhymes. Nursery rhymes should be a part of life for every young child. They should grow up hearing, learning and reciting them. Nursery rhymes are very important for brain development. They build memory capabilities, improve oral language skills and best of all are fun and easy to learn. Rhymes provide a type of music to the child's ear. Little children's eyes light up when they quote rhymes in a singsong meter. However although the traditional nursery rhymes are very beneficial for their rhyme and meter, they don't always have desirable content. Who likes reading about a mother who whips all her children and sends them to bed without any supper? Who likes reading about the baby and cradle that falls from the tree? Who likes reading about tripping up a man with bandy legs so he falls on his nose? Are these the values we want to teach our children? Many of them are very archaic and most times both mother and baby have no idea what they are talking about. It is time for some new nursery rhymes! Nancy Campbell (mother, grandmother and great-grandmother) and two of her daughters have written a new set of nursery rhymes. Rhymes with positive content that relate to children in the 21st century. There is a great variety. Some are funny, some are about things children love to do, and others instill good qualities, the things parents would like to see in their children. To be happy, obedient, smiling, truthful, and to have good work attitudes. This book not only gives children the benefit of enjoying the fun of listening to rhyme and meter, but also instills good character qualities into their lives.
Yes, indeed, everyone can be a poet! Poetry is not the elusive and impractical exercise most of us think. It is just a natural outlet of emotions, thoughts, experiences and more. This unique book is akin to attending a teaching resource workshop where the teacher-poet is enthusiastic to share his experience and learning about the inventive, writing process and skills of poetry. The straightforward and handy techniques used in this unpretentious book, bring out the natural poet in all of us. The volume offers tools, practice, and examples. Dotted with exercises, materials in this book are invaluable for classroom teaching. Who says children cannot be trained to write poetry? Sarika Singh's well-structured, undemanding, encouraging and inspiring tutorial, is like a series of stepping stones for all those who have imagined putting pen to paper to articulate a sentiment. Goods teaching should demonstrate, not inform or advise. That principle in practise, is what makes this volume extraordinary. Poetry writing never seemed so simple!
With its two-part narrative/expository structure and balanced mix of theory and practice, Reading and Writing in Elementary Classrooms: Strategies and Observations, Third Edition, is among the most flexible elementary reading texts available today. In clear, straightforward language, it puts forward the latest research and best thinking for developing literacy in elementary classrooms. Activities and strategies that promote the total development of children's language abilities are suggested throughout.
Offers a blueprint for classrooms that accelerate literacy learning of children who find learning to read and write difficult.

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