Using Preschool Literacy Environments to Develop Emergent Literacy of Children from 5 to 6 Years Old
Keywords:preschool, environment, education, literacy, children
A study was conducted on using literacy environment to develop childrenâ€™s emergent literacy with the participation of 32 teachers from 4 preschools in Hanoi including: Viet Uc, Hoa Mi, Quang Trung, Van Phuc. This survey uses questionnaires, ideas sharing and attendance in activities organized by teachers showed that; emergent literacy development is one of the most important duties of preschool before children receive formal literacy introduction in 1st grade. In many different methods,Â literacy environment is the most effective method to develop childrenâ€™s emergent literacy so that the teachers should build aÂ literacy rich environment and utilize by suitable teaching methods so that children could get early interactions and experiences in that environment.
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