ERIC Number: ED327851
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Reference Count: N/A
Parents, Children and Language. Children and Language Series.
Tasmanian Education Dept., Hobart (Australia).
Intended for teachers in Tasmania, this booklet discusses the role of parents and the home in language development as an integral and important part of a school's language program. The booklet suggests that schools need to determine the best way to communicate to parents: how important parents are to the early development of children's language; how schools attempt to build on children's experiences throughout the different grade levels and in the various curriculum areas; and how parents can complement and continue the work of the school. It explores some of the many aspects of a school's language program and how such aspects originate from, and relate back to, the home. The booklet's four chapters are: Adults as Models; Encouraging Language Development; All Lessons Are Language Lessons; and Communicating with Parents. Numerous black and white photographs illustrate the text. (MG)
Descriptors: Child Language, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Foreign Countries, Language Acquisition, Language Skills, Metalinguistics, Parent Influence, Parent Participation, Parent Role, Parent School Relationship, Theory Practice Relationship
The Marketing Officers, Department of Education and the Arts, 71 Letitia Street, North Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 7000 ($A5.00 plus postage).
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Tasmanian Education Dept., Hobart (Australia).
Identifiers: Australia (Tasmania); Language Creation; Language Functions
Note: Photographs may not reproduce clearly. For other titles in the series, see CS 212 618-620.