e-Book Prelude to Literacy: A Preschool Child's Encounter with Picture and Story epub downloadAuthor: Hugh Crago,Maureen Crago
Pages: 328 pages
Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press; 1st Edition edition (June 1, 1983)
Category: Psychology & Counseling
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e-Book Prelude to Literacy: A Preschool Child's Encounter with Picture and Story epub download
by Hugh Crago,Maureen Crago
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Children's Literature in Education. Anna and her books: Observations, analysis, and implications. June 1987, Volume 18, Issue 2, pp 123–128 Cite as. Southern Illinois University Press, 1983. Authors and affiliations. Joan Brest Friedberg.
He is co-author of Prelude to Literacy: A Preschool Child's Encounter with Picture and Story, author of A Circle Unbroken: The Hidden Emotional Patterns that Shape Our Lives, and has published widely on children’s literature, social change, welfare policy, family therapy and counsellor training. He currently maintains a private practice in Blackheath, near Sydney, and contributes a regular column to Psychotherapy in Australia magazine.
Author: Maureen Crago Hugh Crago.
Yazar: Crago, Maureen, 1939-. Children - Books and reading. Education, Preschool - Activity programs. Picture books for children. Ek Yazar: Crago, Hugh, 1946-. Yayın Bilgisi: Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, 1983. PSYCHOLOGY - Developmental - Child. PSYCHOLOGY - Psychotherapy - Child & Adolescent.
Prelude to literacy : a preschool child's encounter with picture and story /. by Crago, Maureen Published 1983. Eight days : a story of Haiti /.
This is the first in-depth study of a preschool child’s interaction with picture and story books. A Preschool Child's Encounter with Picture and Story. Prelude to Literacy : A Preschool Child's Encounter with Picture and Story. by Hugh Crago and Maureen Crago.
This is the first in-depth study of a preschool child’s interaction with picture and story books. Based on five years of intensive observation of the authors’ daughter, Anna, the book provides detailed, verbatim records of Anna’s questions and comments as she listened to books being read aloud. It is a fascinating scholarly contribution to those interested in language acquisition.
The first part of the study presents Anna’s reactions to six books, ranging from Where the Wild Things Are at two years to The Story of Doctor Dolittle at four-and-a-half. The authors analyze what Anna said and did, drawing on contextual material to make it clear that initially inexplicable or irrelevant remarks are not only logical but often indicative of underlying emotional dynamics as well.
Part two describes Anna’s reaction to fictional experience in her own play and spontaneous monologue, of which several examples are transcribed and analyzed in full.
The third section begins with two chapters devoted to the visual dimension of Anna’s book experience. In chapters dealing with humor, fantasy, plot, narrative, voice, identification, and emotion, the authors use their findings to shed new light on frequently asked but rarely answered questions: What do children laugh at?” Are some books too frightening for children?” Is a happy ending vital in a story for young children?” Can preschoolers understand the difference between fantasy and reality?”