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Inclusive literacy lessons for early childhood

Author: Pamela Byrne Schiller; Clarissa Willis
Publisher: Beltsville, Md. : Gryphon House, ©2008.
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From the Publisher: Best-selling, award-winning authors Pam Schiller and Clarissa Willis have teamed up to create this wonderful collection of one hundred literacy lessons designed for educators to use with children ages three to six to introduce literacy concepts and build important skills. Each of these simple, fun lessons includes adaptations for children with special needs, focusing on: Visual impairments,  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Pamela Byrne Schiller; Clarissa Willis
ISBN: 9780876592991 087659299X
OCLC Number: 173502681
Notes: "GH10357."
Description: 304 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Introduction --
How literacy develops --
Listening --
Oral language development --
Phonological awareness --
Letter knowledge and recognition --
Print awareness --
Comprehension --
General guidelines for children with special needs --
Categories of special needs --
Children with visual impairments --
Guiding a child who is blind or visually challenged --
Children with hearing impairments --
Types of hearing loss --
Children with cognitive challenges --
Functional or self-help skills --
Children with delayed motor development --
Children with speech or language delays --
Children with behavioral or social-emotional issues --
Autism spectrum disorder --
Sensory integration disorders --
How do I know if a child is oversensitive or undersensitive? --
What can I do to help a child with sensory integration (SI) disorder? --
What can I do to make sure that a child with sensory integration disorder does not go into sensory overload? --
Peer buddy --
References --
1: Listening --
Overview --
Activities to teach listening --
Stop, look, and listen! --
Loud and soft --
Listening story response --
Whispering --
What did I hear? (gossip) --
Listening walk --
Sound hunt --
Sound sequence --
Sounds within sounds --
Listening for directions --
Back-to-back listening --
Echo songs --
Books that support listening --
2: Oral Language Development --
Overview --
Activities to teach vocabulary --
What's in the box? --
I spy --
Make a word web --
Word a day --
Sing a song --
Add a word --
Opposites --
Things that go together --
Spatial relationships --
Colors --
Activities to teach sentence development --
What do you see? --
Questions and answers --
Alphabet posters --
Toy ads --
Classroom photos --
Things I like to do --
Prop box language --
Story photos --
Yarn tales --
Show, tell, and share --
Comic conservations --
Story tellers --
Books that support oral language --
3: Phonological Awareness --
Overview --
Activities to teach segmentation --
Segmenting words --
Chim-chimmy-chimpanzee --
Segmenting syllables --
Animal syllables --
Kitchen part sort --
Activity to teach the concepts of same and different --
Same and different --
Activity to teach sound discrimination --
Same and different sounds --
Activities to teach onomatopoeia --
Weather sounds --
Animal sounds --
Food sounds --
Travel sounds --
Musical sounds --
Activities to teach alliteration --
Peter Piper --
Chocolate chip cookies --
Flea fly flow --
Alliterative alerts --
Activities to teach rhyming words --
Nonsense rhymes --
Humpty Dumpty --
Nursery rhyme time --
Rhyme time --
Rhyming story --
Rhyming songs --
Clapping, snapping, and tapping games --
Packing rhymes --
Books that support phonological awareness --
4: Letter Knowledge And Recognition --
Overview --
Activities to teach letter knowledge and recognition --
Same and different --
Moveable alphabet --
Letter sort --
Pair, think, and share --
E-I-E-I-O change-O --
Scrabble scramble --
Letter songs --
What's the weather? --
My name --
If your name starts with P --
Name comparisons --
Sensory letter makers --
Letter hunt --
Letter walk --
Letter spotlight game --
Name bingo --
Shake a letter --
String a word --
Letter detectives --
Alphabet march --
Books that support letter knowledge and recognition --
5: Print Awareness --
Overview --
Activities to teach spatial relationships --
First, next, last --
Top to bottom --
Left to right --
Following print --
Activities to teach sight words --
Family names --
Color words --
Labels --
Word banks --
Environmental print --
Rebus support --
Activities to teach written expression --
Journals --
Picture dictionaries --
Punctuation --
Wordless books --
Books that support print awareness --
6: Comprehension --
Overview --
Activities to teach comprehension --
Story sequence --
Thinking questions --
Retelling stories --
Actor's theater --
Writes, rewrites, and continued stories --
Venn diagram --
Story map --
K-W-L chart --
Books that support comprehension --
Glossary --
Appendix --
Special needs resources --
Songs --
Games and dances --
Chants and rhymes --
Stories --
Patterns and teacher-made materials --
Finger spelling --
KWL chart and Venn diagram --
Story maps --
Writing continuum --
Literacy checklist --
Indexes --
Index of children's books --
Index.
Responsibility: Pam Schiller and Clarissa Willis ; illustrations, Kathy Ferrell.
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