Teaching Literacy Through The Arts. Early Reading Strategy outlines the following literacy related activities that help beginning readers: Engage in purposeful.
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Early Reading Strategy outlines the following literacy related activities that help beginning readers: Engage in purposeful oral language and early print activities Experiencing and pretending to read predictable and familiar books, alphabet books, poems & rhymes
Teaching Literacy Through The Arts Singing songs Dramatizing stories, songs and poems Observing print Oral language skills need to be integrated into all subject areas. Concepts about print: Directionality, differences between letters and words
Teaching Literacy Through The Arts Phonemic awareness: developed by having children play with and manipulate the sounds of language. This can be accomplished through songs, rhymes, and activities that require the children to blend individual sounds together and by breaking words apart to hear the individual sounds. Here she is working with children in their classroom. She uses music and stories to help the children develop their memories.
Teaching Literacy Through The Arts Instruction should include: Phonics/word study (rhyming words) Read-aloud Shared reading Guided reading Comprehension
Teaching Literacy Through The Arts Hip-hop and other elements of popular culture into traditional curricula leads educators to believe that there are countless possibilities for urban educators who wish to jump outside the box and tap into the worlds of their students in order to make more powerful connections with traditional academic texts and affirm, in meaningful ways, the everyday lives of those they teach.
Teaching Literacy Through The Arts Literacy Through hip-hop is an innovative literacy program for children between the ages of nine and twelve years old. The program uses the popular youth culture of hip-hop, specifically hip-hop music as a means to engage children about their readings and writing. This documentary by Alex Redgrave follows a group of Montreal students as they create their own rhymes, record their first tracks, and sharpen their literacy skills.
Assuming Results… Cognitive, cultural, and experiential, to justify music’s role in education. He stated that music is an important way to develop abilities. Heller believes that music instruction should be basic to education. Elliot stated the musicianship-listenership is achievable by all students which give students life goals to accomplish such as self-growth, self knowledge, enjoyment, flow, and the happiness that arises from being involved with others in musical ways of life.