On Reading Books to Children: Parents and Teachers brings together in one volume current research on adult book reading to children. The authors, drawn from around the world, are key researchers and eminent scholars from the fields of reading and literacy, child language, speech pathology, and psychology, representing multiple perspectives within these disciplines. Chapters on the effects and limitations of book sharing are integrated with chapters discussing promising programs on storybook research. The reality of reading to children is more complex than it appears on the surface. The authors discuss some effects of and suggestions for reading to children that have emerged from the research. The ideas set forth in this volume will stimulate new lines of research on the effects of storybook reading, as well as refinements of current methods, yielding findings that enrich our understanding of this important arena of literacy development.The storybook reading of a big book like Swimmy (Lionni, 1963), first introduced through a picture walk and then read to ... storybook reading was so intertwined with other activities that it was hard to make a distinction between a read-aloudanbsp;...
|Title||:||On Reading Books to Children|
|Author||:||Anne Van Kleeck, PH.D., CCC-SLP, Anne van Kleeck, Steven A. Stahl, Eurydice B. Bauer|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2003-04-02|