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by Martin Hughes,Barbara Tizard

eBook Young Children Learning download ISBN: 0674965957
Author: Martin Hughes,Barbara Tizard
Publisher: Harvard University Press (March 1, 1985)
Language: English
Pages: 286
ePub: 1104 kb
Fb2: 1743 kb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: lrf txt mobi lit
Category: Different
Subcategory: Social Sciences

Barbara Tizard, Martin Hughes Her books include Adoption: A Second Chance (1970), Involving Parents in. .

Barbara Tizard, Martin Hughes. 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? Race and Racism in the lives of Young People (with Phoenix, 1993). Martin Hughes is Professor in the Psychology of Education and Head of School at the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol.

Young Children Learning by. Barbara Tizard, Martin Hughes.

Martin Hughes, Barbara Tizard . Place of Publication. item 3 Young Children Learning by Tizard, BarbaraHughes, Martin (Paperback book, 2003) -Young Children Learning by Tizard, BarbaraHughes, Martin (Paperback book, 2003).

The evidence that Barbara Tizard and Martin Hughes present to support this conclusion is convincing and .

The evidence that Barbara Tizard and Martin Hughes present to support this conclusion is convincing and stimulating. Peter Bryant, Oxford University

oceedings{Tizard1985YoungCL, title {Young Children Learning}, author {Barbara Tizard and Martin . 1. Why We Studied Children Learning. 2. How We Carried Out this Study. 3. Learning at Home: Play, Games, Stories and ‘Lessons'

oceedings{Tizard1985YoungCL, title {Young Children Learning}, author {Barbara Tizard and Martin D. Hughes}, year {1985} . Learning at Home: Play, Games, Stories and ‘Lessons'. 4. Learning at Home: Living and Talking Together. 5. The Puzzling Mind of the Four-Year-Old. 6. Working-class Verbal Deprivation: Myth or Reality?. 7. An Afternoon with Donna and Her Mother. 8. How the Children Fared at Nursery School. 9. The Working-class Girls, Including Donna, at School. 10. The Gap Between Home and Nursery School.

Описание: Young Children Learning Through Schemas is a creative and highly engaging text that shows how young children can learn through exploring repeated patterns in their actions. The author relates her own practical teaching experience closely to studies in developmental psychology, and also considers the special needs of individual children

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p>Young Children Learning provides vivid insight into the way young children think, talk, and learn from their mothers. 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.

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. At home the children range freely over a wide variety of topics--work, the family, birth, growing up, death. 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. In many conversations the children are actively struggling to understand a new idea or the meaning of an unfamiliar word. These "passages of intellectual search" show the children to be persistent and logical thinkers.

In sharp contrast, the conversations between these same children and their nursery school teachers lack richness, depth, and variety. The questioning, puzzling child is gone: in her place is a child who seems subdued and whose conversations with adults are mainly restricted to answering questions rather than asking them. 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 book challenges the widely held belief that parents need to learn from professionals how to educate and bring up their children; above all, it persuades us to value parenting more highly and to have respect for the intellectual capabilities of young minds.