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Barbara Tizard & Martin Hughes: Young Children Learning (PDF)

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An Afternoon with Donna and Her Mother. Barbara Tizard is Emeritus Professor at the Institute of Education, the University of London, where she was formerly Director of the Thomas Coram Research Unit. Martin Hughes is Professor in the Psychology of Education and Head of School at the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol. Turns upside-down the commonly held belief that professionals know better than parents how to educate and bring up children. The lowest-priced item in unused and unworn condition with absolutely no signs of wear. Throws doubt on the theory that working—class children underachieve at school because of a language deficit at home. Young children learning; Statistical appendix; Notes; Index of children; General index.

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Barbara Tizard & Martin Hughes: Young Children Learning (PDF)

young children learning tizard barbara hughes martin

Learning at Home: Play, Games, Stories and 'Lessons'. The item may be missing the original packaging such as the original box or bag or tags or in the original packaging but not sealed. All her research with children and young people has been concerned to provide a sounder basis for the decisions, practices and policies that help to shape their lives and their development. The item may be a factory second or a new, unused item with defects or irregularities. The second edition of this best—selling text includes a new introduction by Judy Dunn and offers the reader a fascinating account of an unusual research project that challenges many assumptions about how young children learn and how best to teach them.

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Young Children Learning : Barbara Tizard : 9780631236153

young children learning tizard barbara hughes martin

In particular it turns upside-down the commonly held belief that professionals know better than parents how to educate and bring up children; and it throws doubt on the theory that working-class children underachieve at school because of a language deficit at home. In particular it turns upside-down the commonly held belief that professionals know better than parents how to educate and bring up children; and it throws doubt on the theory that working-class children underachieve at school because of a language deficit at home. Why we studied children learning; 2. He has researched and written widely on children s learning of mathematics, reading and computers, on the relationship between home and school, and on the role of parents in their children s education. Working-class Verbal Deprivation: Myth or Reality?. Young children learning 209 Statistical appendix 227 Notes 236 Index of children 241 General index 242 This fascinating account of an unusual research project challengesmany assumptions about how young children learn and how best toteach them.

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Young Children Learning by Barbara Tizard ¡ OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries

young children learning tizard barbara hughes martin

In many conversations the children are actively struggling to understand a new idea or the meaning of an unfamiliar word. Her books include Adoption: A Second Chance 1970 , Involving Parents in Nursery and Infant Schools with Burchell and Mortimore, 1978 , Young Children at School in the Inner City with Blatchford, Burke, Farquhar, and Plewis, 1988 , and Black, White, or Mixed Race? This book will appeal to a wide readership, including early years professionals, developmental psychologists, and the parents of young children. This fascinating account of an unusual research project challenges many assumptions about how young children learn and how best to teach them. Series Title: Abstract: This fascinating account of an unusual research project challenges many assumptions about how young children learn and how best to teach them. In particular it turns upside-down the commonly held belief that professionals know better than parents how to educate and bring up children; and it throws doubt on the theory that working-class children underachieve at school because of a language deficit at home. The book describes a research study in which four-year-old girls were tape-recorded talking to their mothers at home and to their teachers at nursery school.

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9780674965959

young children learning tizard barbara hughes martin

An afternoon with Donna and her mother; 8. In particular it turns upside-down the commonly heldbelief that professionals know better than parents how to educateand bring up children; and it throws doubt on the theory thatworking-class children underachieve at school because of a languagedeficit at home. The authors' evidence is the children's own conversations which are quoted extensively and are delightful. Felicity Wikeley and Tricia Nash are both researchers in the Department of Education at the University of Exeter. Learning at home:living and talking together; 5. It reveals the richness of the home as a learning environment and shows how much children can learn through the ordinary conversations of everyday life.

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Young Children Learning by Barbara Tizard

young children learning tizard barbara hughes martin

How the children fared at nursery school; 9. Learning at Home: Living and Talking Together. These observations show how strongly young children can be affected by the move from one setting to another, and they suggest that, even at the nursery stage, children reserve their best thinking for outside the classroom, with a resulting compartmentalization of the knowledge they acquire at school. The Working-class Girls, Including Donna, at School. They talk about plans for the future and puzzle over such diverse topics as the shapes of roofs and chairs, the nature of Father Christmas, and whether the queen wears curlers in bed. Working-class verbal deprivation:myth or reality? How We Carried Out this Study. The E-mail message field is required.

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9780674965959

young children learning tizard barbara hughes martin

All her research with children and young people has been concerned to provide a sounder basis for the decisions, practices and policies that help to shape their lives and their development. This fascinating account of an unusual research project challenges many assumptions about how young children learn and how best to teach them. The evidence that Barbara Tizard and Martin Hughes present to support this conclusion is convincing and stimulating. The second edition of this bestselling text includes a new introduction by Judy Dunn. The puzzling mind of the four-year-old 80 6. Throws doubt on the theory that working-class children underachieve at school because of a language deficit at home.

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Young Children Learning : Barbara Tizard : 9780631236153

young children learning tizard barbara hughes martin

How the Children Fared at Nursery School. This fascinating account of an unusual research project challenges many assumptions about how young children learn and how best to teach them. In sharp contrast, the conversations between these same children and their nursery school teachers lack richness, depth, and variety. See details for description of any imperfections. These observations show how strongly young children can be affected by the move from one setting to another, and they suggest that, even at the nursery stage, children reserve their best thinking for outside the classroom, with a resulting compartmentalization of the knowledge they acquire at school.

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Young Children Learning

young children learning tizard barbara hughes martin

Their account raises important issues about nursery schools and how they affect some children; and it persuades us, above all, to value parenting more highly, and to have fresh respect for the intellectual capabilities of young minds. He has researched and written widely on children's learning of mathematics, reading and computers, on the relationship between home and school, and on the role of parents in their children's education. They talk about plans for the future and puzzle over such diverse topics as the shapes of roofs and chairs, the nature of Father Christmas, and whether the queen wears curlers in bed. Why we studied children learning 1 2. The second edition of this bestselling text includes a new introduction by Judy Dunn.

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