Enhancing Children’s Language Development in Preschool Classrooms

  • November 14, 2016

Reading the same book each day for a week provides children the chance to become truly familiar with a story because of the multiple readings and extended learning opportunities.

Children who might be absent, distracted during story time, or have language learning difficulties are more likely to grasp story lines and key concepts enabling them to be active participants during story time.  As children become familiar with stories, they learn and practice important language skills. These include being able to predict, understand causal and temporal sequences (i.e., learn story elements), retell stories, recall details, use vocabulary words in various contexts, answer more complex questions about stories, and learn new dialogue or social scripts. 

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