- Early childhood education.
- Child development.
- Education, Preschool
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- 9780415465267 (hbk.)
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- Previous ed.: published as The early years, 1998.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- 1. Introduction: What is basic for young children? Lillian G. Katz Part 1: How young children learn 2. A developmental approach to the curriculum in the early years. Lillian G. Katz 3. Does it matter what country you are in? Are all children the same everywhere or does it matter where you are? Helen Penn 4. Play - the powerful means of learning in the early years. Janet Moyles Part 2: Understanding Children 5. Observing symbolic play. Gillian Allery 6. Under the miscroscope. Mary Jane Drummond 7. Patterns of Play: Observing and Supporting Young Children's Schemas. Fran Paffar Part 3: All Our Children 8. Supporting young children. Birgit Voss 9. Learning about writing through bilingual peer teaching. Charmian Kenner 10. How can bilingual children be supported in negotiating home and school environments in their early years? Jacintha Moore Part 4: Children as thinkers and problem-solvers 11. Mathematical development in the Early Years Foundation Stage: (Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy). Hilary Faust 12. Tricks. Maria Figueiredo Part 5: Understanding the written world 13. It all starts with /c/ /a/ /t/ - or does it? Foundation Phonics. Henrietta Dombey 14. Talking in your head. Young children's developing understanding of the reading process. Gillian Lathey 15. Hannah and her books. Sandra Smidt 16. Learning to read made easy: a study of one child's development as a reader. Evelyn Slavid 17. My life as a reader. Jess Slavid-Buckle Part 6: Representing thoughts and feelings 18. Scaffolding Caitlin's learning. Emma Stoddert 19. The workshop table - a stepping stone in the visual arts. Duane Hernandez 20. Transformation through music: the impact of classical music on the lives of township children. Rosemary Nalden Part 7: Learning: a second chance 21. Late Early Learning: A 64-year-old begins to play the viola. Gillian Gould 22. A Second String? Sandra Smidt 23. Musicology to music-making: a late learner becomes a late starter. Richard Gartner 24. Becoming a Sculptor. Jenny Thornhill 25. A last word: the search for the 'crock of gold'. Sandra Smidt
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