In this week’s reading and web resources, you find that children receive more formal instruction in the primary years. With this change there is a shift in how exploratory activities evolve into investigative play. Please respond to this three-part discussion in three paragraphs and support your responses with research and references from your reading:
- Use and identify a story book of your choice, design a lesson for a Read Aloud that you would use in your classroom or center to enhance the primary child’s language development. Model your lesson after the one you observed in SEDL’s video: Read Aloud: Bringing Stories to Life.
- In your role as early childhood professional, describe a creative drama based on your selected Read Aloud activity for use in the primary years .
- Apply your knowledge as an early childhood professional to a discussion on investigative play and developmentally appropriate practices in a primary classroom. Please be sure to support your answer
- SEDL. (2012, Aug 17). Read aloud: bringing stories to life. [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.sedl.org/afterschool/toolkits/literacy/pr_read_aloud.htmlwith research and references