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Children’s Emergent Literacy During Parent-Child Reading : A Case Study
|Contributors: ||Su-Tan Cheng|
Children;parent-child reading;early emergent literacy
|Issue Date: ||2011-05-23 16:41:18 (UTC+8)|
This study aimed at understanding early emergent literacy performance during parent-child reading activities. To find out the children's reading behavior, reading attitude and reading comprehension performance of the books reading. The reading comprehension includes three dimensions, books concept, text understanding, and understanding the concept and story.
Subjects focus on 2-4 years of age preschool children. Field studies conducted in the case at home, researchers in the most natural environment and cause the least disruption to conduct reading activities were observed. Books pre-selected by the parents and children together, and in each of reading, a choice by the children was reading.
The findings as following:
Parent-child reading activities promote young children reading behaviors, book concept, concept of print, and understanding of book content. Parent-child reading activities show positive effect on young children reading attitudes.
|Appears in Collections:||[兒童與家庭服務系(所)] 博碩士論文|
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