Literacy Links: Practical Strategies to Develop the Emergent Literacy At-Risk Children Need by Laura Robb - PDF free download eBook

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  • Published: Nov 23, 2015
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When young children have been deprived of literacy-building experiences, is it fair for them to start school being taught the same way as those with a rich reading and writing background? No, its NOT fair, says reading expert Laura Robb. Thats why...

Details of Literacy Links: Practical Strategies to Develop the Emergent Literacy At-Risk Children Need

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9780325004426
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English
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320
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Some brief overview of this book

When young children have been deprived of literacy-building experiences, is it fair for them to start school being taught the same way as those with a rich reading and writing background? No, its NOT fair, says reading expert Laura Robb. Thats why she helped develop Literacy Links, a highly successful early intervention program, and why she wrote this book.

Dedicated to young children with little exposure to literacy activities at home, the program provides the background knowledge these children need to succeed. The book explains exactly how this works. Thoroughly comprehensive and practical, Literacy Links offers strategy after strategy to help literacy-deprived young learners.

Robb has found that giving students the opportunity to experience family storybook reading at school works best. She offers four ways to reconstruct that experience and develop emergent literacy by organizing small separate kindergarten classes that respond to the childrens needs and progress training adults to conduct family storybook reading within a regular school day building the literacy knowledge of small groups through a balanced read-aloud program and writing workshop setting up a summer school program for children who would benefit from more reading and writing. These techniques, in fact, will benefit all children, regardless of background.

Enhanced by plentiful student work, reproducibles, and photographs, Literacy Links is just the book needed by classroom teachers, Title I Directors, and any administrator whos serious about developing emergent literacy in every child.

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Robb is the author of several classic books on literacy, including Teaching Reading in Middle School (second edition, 2010) and Teaching Nonfiction Writing A Practical Guide. She brings more than four decades of teaching experience to her authorship and her professional development workshops, which she conducts throughout the country. She is a sought-after speaker, beloved by teachers for her commitment to children and adolescents and her ability to show what best practices look like ie children need to succeed.

The book explains exactly how this works. Thoroughly comprehensive and practical, Literacy Links offers strategy after strategy to help literacy-deprived young learners. Robb has found that giving students the opportunity to experience family storybook reading at school works best.

She offers four ways to reconstruct that experience and develop emergent literacy by organizing small separate kindergarten classes that respond to the childrens needs and progress training adults to conduct family storybook reading within a regular school day building the literacy knowledge of small groups through a balanced read-aloud program and writing workshop setting up a summer school program for children who would benefit from more reading and writing. These techniques, in fact, will benefit all children, regardless of background. Enhanced by plentiful student work, reproducibles, and photographs, Literacy Links is just the book needed by classroom teachers, Title I Directors, and any administrator whos serious about developing emergent literacy in every child.

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