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Ch 2: Printed Forms of Information

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Printed Forms of Information - Chapter Summary

This chapter offers a comprehensive overview of printed forms of information. Review entertaining lessons to learn about or refresh your knowledge of print in emergent literacy, one-to-one correspondence in early reading, the development of print awareness and more. Once you've completed this chapter, you will be able to:

  • Describe the role print plays in emergent literacy
  • List and discuss ways environmental influences can impact print awareness development
  • Explain why modeling one-to-one correspondence and directionality is important
  • Discuss the importance of punctuation, word and letter recognition
  • Teach alphabet lessons for preschool and kindergarten
  • Share appropriate techniques for assessing print awareness

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