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ERIC Number: ED080190
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 150
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Exploration and Language. Young Children Learning Series.
Yardley, Alice
This book is one of a series of four in which issues affecting the organization and work of the British Infant School are considered. The series "Young Children Learning", is designed to express current educational theory in terms of the practical work of teachers and children in infant schools. The books include recent research into the ways in which children develop and learn and examples from classroom situations. Each book covers a range of topics connected with some particular aspect of the child's school life. In "Exploration and Language," language is considered as an aspect of the total development of a child; the emphasis is on learning language by use. The ability to abstract, symbolize, and create a world of imagination from experience, as well as the ability to read and write creatively are discussed. Other books in the series are cited as PS 006 678, PS 006 679, and PS 006 681. (ST)
Citation Press, Library and Trade Division, Scholastic Magazines, Inc., 50 West 44th St., New York, NY 10036 ($2.65)
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