Integrating Expressive Arts Fosters Emergent Literacy BY Byul Hee Kim BY Byul Hee Kim.
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Integrating Expressive Arts Fosters Emergent Literacy BY Byul Hee Kim BY Byul Hee Kim
Introduction Today, reading and writing is even more critical. Society continues to increase its demands and expectations higher and higher.
Benefit of The Arts The arts provide important content for literacy. It also serves as a vehicle for developmental learning for children of all ages and abilities.
A rich Expressive Environment Expressive Environment helps literacy skills improve. Reading and reenacting stories and poems, singing songs, listening to music, creating and looking at artworks displayed, and labeling objects in the classroom.
Expressive Knowledge Children communicate ideas and feelings through drawings, words, gestures, body movements, and music. An expressive art help the children to gain new words to express Ex) Responding to music, drawing Lines, and then moving body,
Quality Children’s Literature Good literature can provide additional motivation to become literate and a reason to communicate visually. The expressive arts provide opportunities to reenact favorite books or stories internalizing and interpreting actions of characters in a story.
Children Develop Skills Creativity, emergent literacy, problem solving, predicting, and sequencing are just a few of the skills developed when children reenact a story, create a graphic image or compose a song with creative movements.
Summery The expressive arts offer all young children important vehicles for learning: creating symbols, expressing feelings, and communicating ideas. The expressive arts fosters learning across many domains, including emergent literacy. Images, sound, and movement.