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By Ann C Browne

`This is a transparent, jargon-free research of present nationwide curriculum and nationwide literacy technique files, mixed with good and artistic feedback for imposing them.... the actions are innovative, constant and real to the author's perfect of an entire and empowering serious literacy for all childrens' - Times Educational Supplement, Friday Magazine

A useful advisor to instructing studying within the Early Years meets the desires of scholar academics on undergraduate and postgraduate academics education classes. It addresses the English National Curriculum for instructor education as good as masking the curriculum standards for childrens. it is going to even be proper

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Ask children to identify letters and groups of letters in words, to match these to sounds and then to pronounce the whole word. Use the titles of familiar books to teach children about initial letter sounds and matching graphemes. ren can apply their knowledge to reading. Revise and return to phonic patterns that have been introduced to ensure learning. Collect objects and pictures of words which rhyme and make a rhyme display. Establish a sound of the week' table to which children contribute items and labels.

They need to appreci­ ate reading for its own sake by recognising its relevance to their own learning and leisure pursuits. Another of the teacher's tasks is to de­ velop thinking readers who are able to understand, analyse and evalu­ ate the range of written material they encounter. This enables children 38 Copyrighted Material Range and response 39 to use their reading ability effectively. If teachers can develop a genu­ ine love of reading and a responsive approach to reading in the early years they will have done a great deal of what is required for children to become successful literacy users in the short and the long term.

They may also mislead teachers and parents into thinking that it is the scheme that teaches reading. By believing that all that is important is moving through the scheme and measuring progress by the reading scheme book that the child is able to read, some adults may be deceived into thinking the scheme indicates not just how well children read but also how they will succeed at school and in life. Of course just as not all authored books written for children are of high quality, neither are all scheme books unenjoyable.

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