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Introducing English to Young Children: Spoken Language

Easy to read and full of practical information, Introducing English to Young Children: Spoken Language explains how very young and young children begin to acquire English, suggesting how teachers and parents can ‘tune into’ young children’s developmental needs and support them.

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Pages: 306
Languages: English
Author: Opal Dunn
Publisher: Collins ELT
Published: 30 Oct 2016
About Author
  • Opal Dunn
    Opal Dunn
    Award-winning author Opal Dunn has many years of experience teaching children and has trained teachers all over the world. She has authored picture-books for nursery and young primary children and has written information books and articles for parents.
About Publisher
  • Collins ELT
    Collins has been publishing educational and informative books for almost 200 years. Throughout this rich heritage we have maintained an impressive record in creating market-leading products across various sectors. Educational publishing Our educational publishing continues to deliver up-to-date and engaging student resources and exceptional teacher support to help schools tackle new initiatives and utilise the latest technology. We produce resources for UK and International curricula to support teachers and pupils at school and outside the classroom environment. Collins, and imprints Letts and Leckie & Leckie, publish a full range of textbooks, digital resources, revision guides and teaching support for Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Further Education colleges across the majority of subject areas, with particular strengths in literacy and numeracy at Primary and English, Maths, Science and Sociology at Secondary. We are currently publishing new resources for Primary English, Maths and Science and new Key Stage 3 courses for Science, Maths and French in response to the new curriculum being taught in schools from September 2014. Digitally, we are also launching a new learning platform, Collins Connect, which is designed to be as easy to use as possible and to work perfectly on all digital devices, in response to the changing classroom environment.
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