Organic Literacy
Organic Literacy
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Organic vocabulary is a term that describes a child’s inner source of thoughts. Based on the early work of Sylvia Ashton-Warner in New Zealand with Maori children, organic vocabulary can help promote early literacy among children who have little connection and prior experiences with print. This book connects the early research and methodology… (more)

Organic vocabulary is a term that describes a child’s inner source of thoughts. Based on the early work of Sylvia Ashton-Warner in New Zealand with Maori children, organic vocabulary can help promote early literacy among children who have little connection and prior experiences with print. This book connects the early research and methodology to today’s classrooms. These connections are applied to Title 1 schools (indicating low socioeconomic status), second language learners, and children with multiple levels of ability and adverse risk factors.

 

Publisher: Upa (June 03, 2013)

Page count: 79 pages

File size: 0 Bytes

Protection: DRM

Language: English

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