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study of the vocabulary of young children

G. E. R. Burroughs

study of the vocabulary of young children

by G. E. R. Burroughs

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Published by Oliver and Boyd .
Written in English


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Statementedited by G.E.R. Burroughs.
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Open LibraryOL19601829M

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“These findings are exciting because they suggest that reading to young children, beginning even in early infancy, has a lasting effect on language, literacy and early reading skills,” said Carolyn Cates, PhD, lead author and research assistant professor in the department of pediatrics at New York University (NYU) School of Medicine. • Children also learn words through talk, expecially from listening to and participating in high-level conversations. For example, one study showed that young children whose parents use more “rare words” at the dinner table had higher vocabularies and later reading achievement than other children (e.g., Beals, ).File Size: KB.

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The study also focused on the way children process new vocabulary. Here, too, young children from homes with low incomes lag behind children of the same age who are growing up in more affluent circumstances (Snow ). This new information connects to what researchers discovered earlier. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burroughs, George Edward Richard.

Study of the vocabulary of young children. Edinburgh, Published by Oliver and Boyd for University of Birmingham, Institute of Education []. This study uses data from 60 commonly read children's books to estimate the number of words that children are exposed to during book reading sessions.

Results showed that parents who read 1 picture book with their children every day provide their children with exposure to an estima words each a year.

When parents read books aloud to their children from an early age, this offers notable advantages for children’s vocabulary development. This gives them a broader range of possible word choices.

The Word Gap: The Early Years Make the Difference | NAEYC. Children at clinic A were exposed to Reach Out and Read, a clinic-based literacy intervention, for 3 years at the time of the study; children at clinic B were unexposed. Main outcome measures were the "Expressive and Receptive One Word Picture Vocabulary Tests" to measure vocabulary in the children and the "Home Literacy Orientation" scale and Cited by: The vocabulary book, New York: Teachers College Press, International Reading Association, National Council of Teachers of English.

Graves, M. & Watts-Taffe, S. “The place of word consciousness in a research-based vocabulary program,” in A. Farstrup and S. Samuels (eds.), What research has to say about reading instruction.

In this lesson, we will learn more about how reading influences a child's cognitive development by improving vocabulary, increasing background knowledge, and.

She studied the vocabulary of 50 young children when they w 30, 42, and 54 months of age, as well as the amount (quantity) and type (quality) of words the parents used with their children. She found certain factors that contributed to a child’s vocabulary one year later, such as the parents’ education and the child’s previous.

Young children whose parents read them five books a day enter kindergarten having heard about million more words than kids who were never read to, a new study found. This 'million word gap. Read-Alouds on Young Children’s Vocabulary Development: Pre-service Teachers as Researchers Maria A.

Ceprano1 Buffalo State College Six pre-service teacher candidates TCs, each engaged in field experiences in Kindergarten or First Grade classrooms at an urban based elementary school compared the impact ofFile Size: 52KB.

Recently, a dialogic book-sharing program in South Africa that trained mothers on ways of engaging their to month-old children in book-sharing found greater sensitivity and content elaboration among intervention mothers which, in turn, increased attention and vocabulary among children (Murray et al., ; Vally, Murray, Tomlinson Cited by: 1.

Shared book reading provides a rich source of linguistic stimulation for young children. The authors examined whether variations in knowledge of storybooks (assumed to index factors such as frequency of shared reading) were related to vocabulary scores for 3–6 yr olds.

In Exp 1, parents' knowledge of storybooks explained unique variance in children's receptive vocabulary Cited by: Start studying Working with Young Children Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

Start studying EDU Final Study Guide. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Young children also need opportunities to ‘read’ to the extended family, as it is natural for them to want to demonstrate their achievements; it is also a form of play.

Successes motivate and help to confirm in children’s minds that reading a book in English is what the family expects and finds fun. children increases the child’s reading and other cognitive skills at least up to the age of 10– This is an early-life intervention that seems to be beneficial for the rest of their lives.

The results indicate a direct causal effect from reading to children at a young age and their future Reading to young children: a head-start in life.

With the emergence of electronic media over the past two decades, young children have been found to have increased exposure to video games, computer-based activities, and electronic books (e-books). This study explores how exposure to animated ebooks impacts young children's literacy development.

A stratified convenience sample (n = 24) was selected from four mixed Cited by: 2. Young children whose parents read them five books a day enter kindergarten having heard about million more words than kids who were never read to, a new study found.

This “million word gap” could be one key in explaining differences in vocabulary and reading development, said Jessica Logan, lead author of the study and assistant. SSAT & ISEE Vocabulary by J.

Stone is a great way to introduce and prepare students at a young age to become successful when standardized testing. This book explains the importance of comprehending and applying vocabulary vs. simple memorization. Important concepts and vocabulary are easily found in bold lettering to insure understanding/5(28).

This study of ordinary families and how they talk to their very young children is no ordinary study at all. Betty Hart and Todd Risley wanted to know why, despite best efforts in preschool programs to equalize opportunity, children from low-income homes remain well behind their more economically advantaged peers years later in school.

Their painstaking study began by. The Million Word Gap. three- and four- year- old children in the areas of literacy and vocabulary, and no impact at all on math skills. Excellent article.

Picture books are made for adults to read to children. That less frequent vocabulary found in picture book stories are the very words children probably do not know and will gloss over if the child is reading alone.

The adult reading the story aloud to the child helps with unfamiliar : Susan Frey.