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A Place to Talk at Home free pdf The recent I CAN report suggests that over 50% of children in England are starting school with some form of speech and language disability. The EYFS states that 'the development and use of communication and language is at the heart of young children's learning.' This book includes many special spaces created to reflect and extend children's particular interests and needs and to provide a comfortable place for children to talk. Some of the spaces have been developed by the children, giving them 'ownership' of the space. 'This series is exactly what practitioners have been looking for. It tells and shows how to make setting into the kind of places where young children will learn and develop their language skills. It will inspire planning and provision!' (The Senior Assistant Director at NIACE)

About Elizabeth Jarman

Elizabeth Jarman's background is in teaching. Until 2006 she was assistant Director at the Basic Skills Agency, working closely with the Skills for Life Strategy Unit, Sure Start Unit leading the 'Step into Learning' training and development programme. More recently Elizabeth developed the Communication Friendly Spaces Toolkit for practitioners and she now specializes in improving learning environments. She offers a range of training and development programmes which are currently being delivered across England and Wales.

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Author : Elizabeth Jarman
Publisher : Featherstone Education
Data Published : 15 September 2009
ISBN : 1408114712
EAN : 9781408114711
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 40 pages
Age + : 2-4 years
Language : English
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