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Play and Early Literacy Development
Play and Early Literacy Development
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James F. Christie - Editor
SUNY series, Children's Play in Society
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Hardcover - 264 pages
Release Date: September 1991
ISBN10: 0-7914-0675-X
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-0675-5

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Paperback - 264 pages
Release Date: September 1991
ISBN10: 0-7914-0676-8
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-0676-2

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"This book provides the evidence for the view that, whatever its other relationships with literacy may be, play can be an effective literacy-learning medium for many young children. Furthermore, use of this medium can be accomplished in such a way as to enhance rather than destroy children's control over and enjoyment of their play and learning experiences." -- Penelope Griffing, The Ohio State University

This book overviews the sociolinguistic and psychological approaches to studying play and literacy. It offers research studies that relate different aspects of play to emergent reading and writing behaviors. The use of certain language structures, storybook reenactments, literacy activities during play, and notions of reality and pretense are considered. It also presents applied research on how manipulation of play environments, teacher involvement in play, and play training can promote literacy growth.

"I found this book both impressive and exciting because it presents a thorough and representative view of play and early literacy through the inclusion of both psychologically- and socologically-oriented research." --Robert G. Collier, Western Illinois University

James F. Christie is Associate Professor in the College of Education at Arizona State University.


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Table of Contents

Preface

Part I. Research Foundations

1. Play and the Emergence of Literacy
Nigel Hall

2. Psychological Research on Play: Connections with Early Literacy Development
James F. Christie

Part II. Play's Role in Early Literacy Development

3. Longitudinal Relations among Preschoolers' Symbolic Play, Metalinguistic Verbs, and Emergent Literacy
A. D. Pellegrini and Lee Galda

4. Thematic-Fantasy Play and Story Comprehension
Peter A. Williamson and Steven B. Silvern

5. "But, It Ain't Real!": Pretense in Children's Play and Literacy Development
Amanda Branscombe

Part III. Educational Applications

6. Classroom Literature Activities and Kindergartners' Dramatic Story Reenactments
Miriam Martinez, Markay Cheyney, and William H. Teale

7. Preparing the Classroom Environment to Promote Literacy during Play
Lesley Mandel Morrow and Muriel Rand

8. The Influence of Literacy-Enriched Play Centers on Preschoolers' Conceptions of the Functions of Print
Susan B. Neuman and Kathy Roskos

9. Symbolic Play: A Source of Meaningful Engagements with Writing and Reading
Carol Taylor Schrader

10. Materials and Modeling: Promoting Literacy during Play
Carol Vukelich

11. Play and Early Literacy Development: Summary and Discussion
James F. Christie

Index



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