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ERIC Number: ED012219
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-May
Pages: 11
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Reference Count: 0
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KINDERGARTEN PERCEPTION TRAINING--ITS EFFECT ON FIRST-GRADE READING.
ROBERTSON, JEAN E.
FIFTEEN RESEARCH STUDIES IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT ARE SURVEYED. PARTICULAR EMPHASIS IS GIVEN TO FELDMAN WHO RECOMMENDS A "CODE-FIRST" PROGRAM FOR BEGINNING READING. THE TERM "CODE" REFERS TO THE LETTER SYMBOLS REPRESENTING THE CHARACTERISTIC SPEECH SOUNDS OF ENGLISH. SOME OF THE PROBLEMS IN PERCEPTION AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR KINDERGARTEN PERCEPTION TRAINING PROGRAMS ARE CONSIDERED ON THE BASIS OF THIS "CODE-FIRST" APPROACH. SPECIFIC SUGGESTIONS FOR ACTIVITIES WHICH WOULD DEVELOP A CHILD'S AUDITORY PERCEPTION ARE DESCRIBED. THE ROLE OF LANGUAGE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERCEPTUAL ACTIVITY IS ALSO DISCUSSED, AND STUDIES OF HOW THE CHILD ACQUIRES SYNTAX ARE REVIEWED. (RH)
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Identifiers: Alberta (Edmonton); CANADA; University of Alberta (Canada)