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Multicultural Literature. As the diversity of our nation increases, so will the diversity in our classrooms. One way that teachers can help to ensure their students understand the different cultures around them is through literature. Section 2.4 of our textbook lists the following guidelines for evaluating diversity in children’s books: Accurate representation of cultural specifics Avoidance of stereotypes Achievement Author/illustrator – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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ECE 335 Week 1 DQ 1 Multicultural Literature
For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com   Mul
ticultural Literature. As the diversity of our
nation increases, so will the diversity in our
classrooms. One way that teachers can help to
ensure their students understand the different
cultures around them is through literature.
Section 2.4 of our textbook lists the following
guidelines for evaluating diversity in childrens
books Accurate representation of cultural
specifics
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ECE 335 Week 2 DQ 1 Picturebooks For more
classes visit www.snaptutorial.com   Picturebooks.
The introduction for Chapter 3 of the text
discusses picturebooks and the important role
this type of literature can have in helping
children develop in their visual, spatial, and
gestural literacies (Coats, 2013). Our ability as
teachers to understand the basics of picturebook
design will assist us in our choosing of books.
For this post, you will create a picturebook of
your own, implementing and discussing those
elements addressed in Chapter 3. Go to Storybird
and design a
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ECE 335 Week 2 DQ 2 Story Plot For more classes
visit www.snaptutorial.com   Story Plot. Section
4.2 of the text discusses in detail the
importance and the various types of plot we see
in the stories we read. Successful stories are
those that have an identifiable plot or sequence
of events (Coats, 2013). Our understanding of
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  ECE 335 Week 2 Story Element Lesson Plan For
more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com   Story
Element Lesson Plan. Chapter 4 of your text
provides an in-depth look at the elements that
help make up a good childrens book. For this
assignment, you will create a lesson plan devoted
to one of those key elements. You will first
decide on a grade level to teach this lesson to.
Next, choose a story that you feel is
developmentally appropriate for that grade level.
Then, plan a lesson that utilizes that story.
Your lesson needs to focus on introducing or
teaching one of the story elements shared in
Chapter 4 such as character, plot, setting,
theme, or even beginning
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ECE 335 Week 3 DQ 1 Phonological Awareness For
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ical Awareness. As discussed in Chapter 5 of our
text and in the video Building Literacy
Competencies in Early Childhood, exposure to
stories, poetry, nursery rhymes, and songs
encourages literacy development (Coats, 2013).
Identify a piece of poetry, a nursery rhyme, or a
song that can be used to encourage literacy
development. Describe three different ways you
would use this piece to help build phonological
awareness. In addition, be sure to discuss how
building
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ECE 335 Week 3 DQ 2 Television and Literacy For
more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com   Televisi
on and Literacy. Section 6.6 of the text
discusses how we can pick up tips and techniques
from childrens media to aid our teaching with
this new media-literate generation (Coats, 2013).
Create a classroom newsletter that shares how you
are using popular childrens shows to help you
engage your students when it comes to literacy
instruction. Also, include how you can use
television and other media as a springboard for
conversation and interaction with 3- and
4-year-olds.
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ECE 335 Week 3 Parent Literacy Presentation For
more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com   Parent
Literacy Presentation. As early childhood
educators, it is our responsibility to assist
parents in encouraging the development of
literacy in their children. As mentioned in
Section 5.1 of the text, one way to do this is by
providing resources to our parents on how they
can foster literacy at home (Coats, 2013). For
this assignment, create a PowerPoint presentation
that includes the following A title slide
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ECE 335 Week 4 DQ 1 Storytelling For more
classes visit www.snaptutorial.com   Storytelling.
Stories are everywhere. They are the basis of
our nightly news, our conversations at the dinner
table or on the phone, and the articles we read
in our local newspaper. Children are immersed in
stories just as we are, and this
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ECE 335 Week 4 DQ 2 The Alphabetic Principle
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Alphabetic Principle. As Section 8.1 of your
text states, the most important visual literacy
component of learning to read is the alphabetic
principle (Coats, 2013). This understanding that
words consist of letters that correspond to
sounds must be taught explicitly. After viewing
the video The Alphabetic Principle and reading
Chapter 8 of your text, you will discuss ways in
which you can use the alphabetic principle in
your teaching, and then you will conduct a book
review.
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ECE 335 Week 5 DQ 1 Reading Fluency For more
classes visit www.snaptutorial.com   Reading
Fluency. Chapter 9 of our text goes into depth
about the importance of fluency instruction. In
Section 9.2, the author lists five different
methods for helping children to become more
fluent readers (Coats, 2013). For this
discussion, find
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ECE 335 Week 5 DQ 2 Nonfiction Text For more
classes visit www.snaptutorial.com   Nonfiction
Text. In Section 10.3 of the course text, the
following authors are listed as the superstars in
the world of childrens nonfiction (Coats,
2013) Nic Bishop Joanna Cole c. Penny Colman
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