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    • Chapter 2: Early Literacy Learning
      Charlie Kolb
      11-23-10
    • NICHD statistics
      17-20% serious reading disabilities
      High numbers across the board
      Most at risk
      Poor
      Racial minorities
      Non-native English speakers
      Teale & Gambrell, 2007
    • Why is this occurring?
      Open discussion
    • Professional Learning Communities
      Reflection
      Planning
      Implementation
      Evaluation
      COLLABORATION
    • Does anyone belong to a PLC?
      What is your role?
      What are topics of discussion?
      What comes out of these meetings?
    • Expectations of Students
      Acquire spoken language skills
      Listen to and interact with books
      Experiment with writing
      Learn letters of alphabet
      Develop phonemic awareness
      Develop concepts and vocabulary
      Anything else to add to the list?
      Jalongo, 2009
    • Expectations of Educators
      Understand difference and similarities between written and spoken language
      Stay up to date with current literacy research
      Understand early literacy development
      Assess students and apply skills
      Any else to add to the list?
    • Child Development
      Language
      Physical
      Social
      Emotional
      Research- social learning
    • Language and Literacy Development
      Develop early
      Pleasurable environments
      Exploration
      Pointing
      Labeling
      LEARNING
    • Experiences
      Increase language development
      Increase literacy development
      WHY?
    • Parental role
      Involve
      Stimulate
      Engage
      TEACHING
    • What Parents Can Do
      Label household items
      Use synonyms when describing things
      Follow a routine
      Allow child to help with planning of activities
      Roth, 2009
    • Brain Research
      Ages birth to 3
      Brains learn automatically
      Exposure to print
    • Culture
      Allows child to learn routine
      Child internalizes and expands
      Becomes natural
      Ex: Self talk
      Strickland & Riley-Ayers, 2008
    • Praise
      Provide often
      For simple things
      Build confidence
    • Play
      Ella
    • What are other skills that children learn through play?
    • Promoting Literacy in the Classroom
      Label centers
      Arrange materials
      Make appropriate
      Establish relationships
    • Emergent Reading
      2-3 years- common logos, signs
      Scribbling
      “Re-reading” books
      Invented spelling
    • Emergent Writing
      Pretend writing
      Letters in name
      Invented spelling controversy… thoughts/comments?
      Ericson & Juliebo, 2008
    • How do children learn to read?
      Not a natural process: does not emerge naturally
      Requires systematic and explicit instruction: lengthy process
      Strong relationship between reading and early literacy exposure
      Requires phonemic awareness and processing: understanding of phonemes
    • Do you agree?
    • Effective Reading Instruction
      Breaking apart sounds
      Relationship between letters and sounds
      Asking questions before, during, and after reading
    • Warning Signs
      Baby talk
      Lack of interest in early reading/writing activities
      Inability to recognize letters in name
      Difficultly following simple directions
      Roth, 2009
    • What next?
      Prevention
      We need to know more…
      Less background, more teaching approaches
      Parent education
    • Thank you!
      Questions/ comments
    • Bibliography
      Choice Literacy. (2010). www.choiceliteracy.com
      Ericson, L., & Juliebo, M.F. (2008). The phonological awareness handbook for kindergarten and primary teachers. International Reading Association, 88-90.
      Jalongo, M.R. (2009). Building vocabulary through read aloud. Early Childhood Language Arts, 47-48.
      Reading is Fundamental. www.rif.org
      Roth, F. (2009). Emergent literacy: early reading and writing development. National Center for Learning Disabilities, 24-27.
      Starfall Education. (2008). www.starfall.com
      Strickland, D.S., & Riley-Ayers, S. ( 2008). Literacy leadership in early childhood. Teachers College Press. 77-80.
      Sylvan Learning. (2010). www.bookadventure.com
      Teale, W.H., & Gambrell, L.B. (2007). Raising urban students’ literacy achievement by engaging in authentic, challenging work. The Reading Teacher, 60, 728-739.
      U.S. Department of Education. (2010). www.readingrockets.org/strategies