Kindergarten Language and Literacy Development

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Language Arts
Reading Comprehension

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Kindergarten Language and Literacy Development


•Can maintain a discussion with peers and adults by taking turns•Learn about 20 new words each day•Knowledge about the world and print and books is significant in this development•Become aware of letter and word recognition

•Learn what they say can be written down•Discover they can read what others write down•Tape recorders and computers aid in their development skills

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ReferencesCopple C. & Bredekamp S. (Eds.) 2009). Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs: Serving Children Birth through Age 8. (3rd edition) Washington, D. C.: National Association of the Education of Young Children (2005).Early Connections Technology and Curriculum: Language Development and Emerging Literacy, June). Supporting language and early literacy practices in kindergarten. Queensland Studies Authority, p. 1-20

•Should use literacy in real-life context•Can pretend read •Can retell important stories•Pretend to write and copy words based on real life experiences



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