El. knyga: Collins Introducing English to Young Children: Reading and Writing (Collins Teaching Essentials)

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A practical teacher guide book for teaching young children to read and write in English. Introducing English to Young Children: Reading and Writing, is a practical guide book, showing teachers how to use the highly-motivating Playful Approach when starting to teach reading and writing to pre-school and lower primary-aged children. There are ideas for creative and meaningful projects and help for teachers to plan, manage and assess lessons. The book explores how children move towards becoming autonomous learners using strategies they have acquired in their first language.

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About the author 7(2)
About this book 9(2)
List of figures
11(2)
1 Acquiring language -- The Playful Approach
13(18)
1.1 Absorbing another language
14(1)
1.2 Transitions
15(2)
1.3 Play as a form of learning
17(2)
1.4 The Playful Approach
19(5)
1.5 Free-choice time
24(7)
2 Tuned-in teaching
31(22)
2.1 Acquiring English
32(1)
2.2 Tuning in
33(4)
2.3 The child's expectations of the teacher
37(2)
2.4 Enabling learning
39(3)
2.5 Motivation and emotional literacy
42(4)
2.6 Monitoring and assessing
46(1)
2.7 Teacher input
47(6)
3 Listening to the maturing child
53(16)
3.1 Self-educators
54(6)
3.2 Motivation
60(3)
3.3 Evaluating success
63(5)
3.4 Autonomy
68(1)
4 Cooperating with parents
69(10)
4.1 Tuning in
70(1)
4.2 Parents' involvement
71(3)
4.3 Teaching for a test
74(1)
4.4 Bringing English into the home
75(2)
4.5 Assessments for parents
77(2)
5 Planning, managing and assessing
79(14)
5.1 Planning lessons
80(3)
5.2 Managing the autonomous learner
83(9)
5.3 Self-assessment
92(1)
6 Extending spoken ability
93(18)
6.1 Developing autonomy in the classroom
94(1)
6.2 English input
95(2)
6.3 Extending vocabulary
97(14)
7 Introducing reading English
111(38)
7.1 Reading as a skill
112(8)
7.2 A multi-strategy English reading scheme
120(11)
7.3 Finding out about words
131(11)
7.4 Teacher's role
142(7)
8 Introducing handwriting
149(28)
8.1 The role of handwriting
150(1)
8.2 Beginning handwriting
151(8)
8.3 Initial assessment
159(1)
8.4 Stimulating children to handwrite
160(2)
8.5 Style
162(3)
8.6 Materials
165(1)
8.7 Handwriting size
166(2)
8.8 Handwriting programme
168(4)
8.9 Beginning handwriting for LI non-handwriters
172(5)
9 Learning to spell
177(24)
9.1 Spelling (encoding)
178(2)
9.2 Introducing spelling
180(4)
9.3 Assessing spelling
184(3)
9.4 Introducing syllables
187(2)
9.5 Recognising patterns of onset and rime'
189(1)
9.6 Developing analogy strategies
190(1)
9.7 Learning new spellings
191(3)
9.8 Involving parents
194(1)
9.9 Fun facts
195(2)
9.10 Introducing first grammar concepts
197(1)
9.11 Word origins
198(3)
10 Projects and activities
201(16)
10.1 Why projects and activities?
202(1)
10.2 Selecting projects and activities
203(3)
10.3 Parents' involvement
206(1)
10.4 Suggested projects or activities
207(9)
10.5 Assessing
216(1)
11 Enjoying reading and writing creatively
217(14)
11.1 Attitudes to creative writing and reading
218(1)
11.2 Starting from the child's ideas
219(1)
11.3 Modelling and scaffolding
220(2)
11.4 Types of books children can make
222(4)
11.5 Towards fluent reading
226(5)
Final thoughts 231(2)
List of terminology 233(1)
References and further reading 234(3)
Appendix 237(10)
Index 247
Award-winning author Opal Dunn has many years of experience teaching children and has trained teachers all over the world. She has authored picture-books for nursery and young primary children and has written information books and articles for parents.