Use Your Words: How Teacher Talk Helps Children Learn (2020)

Use Your Words: How Teacher Talk Helps Children Learn Carol Garhart Mooney Use Your Words How Teacher Talk Helps Children Learn Use Your Words examines the ways early childhood teachers talk to children pointing out commonly missed opportunities to support cognitive development develop receptive and expressive language and
  • Title: Use Your Words: How Teacher Talk Helps Children Learn
  • Author: Carol Garhart Mooney
  • ISBN: 9781929610679
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Paperback
Use Your Words: How Teacher Talk Helps Children Learn Carol Garhart Mooney Use Your Words examines the ways early childhood teachers talk to children, pointing out commonly missed opportunities to support cognitive development, develop receptive and expressive language, and aid children in their primary developmental task of making sense of the world From the author of Theories of Childhood, this humorous and thoughtful guide contains a wealth oUse Your Words examines the ways early childhood teachers talk to children, pointing out commonly missed opportunities to support cognitive development, develop receptive and expressive language, and aid children in their primary developmental task of making sense of the world From the author of Theories of Childhood, this humorous and thoughtful guide contains a wealth of classroom examples, as well as clear alternatives for transforming the language teachers use in the classroom.
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One thought on “Use Your Words: How Teacher Talk Helps Children Learn

  1. Mindy

    I would HIGHLY recommend this to anyone who has toddlers or preschoolers or who works with them in any capacity It is easy to understand and apply immediately to daily life, but the concepts will have huge dividends in the lives of your children While it is written for teachers, I could directly relate to the examples and appreciate her explanation of why or why not to say certain things to children It has already been very helpful for my two boys, age 2 4, and I really feel that mow I have some [...]

  2. Hillary Steckler

    WONDERFUL Read this for one of my university classes This book focuses on how to effectively communicate with preschool age children in a way that best fits their developmental level I would recommend it to anyone involved with young children, be that in the school, daycare or at home setting Very short with 5 chapters, at a little over 100 pages.

  3. Amelia Wallace

    Every parent should read this It has some great insight into the minds of children and how our language can help solve problems in the classroom and I m sure the home than we realize.

  4. Josh Stewart

    This is a great book for teacher to know how to best use speech with their students It s great for parents too.

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