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by Barry Head,Jim Prokell,Fred Rogers
Author: Barry Head,Jim Prokell,Fred Rogers
Publisher: Berkley Books; 1st. edition (June 1, 1983)
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Mister Rogers' Parenting Book: Helping To Understand Your Young Child.
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This book describes the understanding of children that forms the core of Mister Rogers' communication.
Rogers knew children well
Rogers knew children well. He knew how they thought, what they liked, what they feared, and what they struggled to understand-and he went to great lengths to ensure he never upset or confused his devoted viewers. Maxwell King, author of the forthcoming book The Good Neighbor: The Life and Work of Fred Rogers, writes in The Atlantic that Mr. Rogers carefully chose his words while filming Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood. He understood that children think in a literal way, and a phrase that might sound perfectly fine to adult ears could be misinterpreted by younger audiences.
Fred McFeely Rogers was born on March 20, 1928 in Pennsylvania. He was an American television personality, educator, Presbyterian minister, composer, songwriter, author, and activist.
Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. Fred McFeely Rogers was born on March 20, 1928 in Pennsylvania. Rogers was most famous for creating, hosting, and composing the theme music for the educational preschool television series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1968 - 2001), which featured his gentle, soft-spoken personality.
For a time, Rogers produced specials for parents as a precursor to the subject of the week on the Neighborhood called "Mister Rogers Talks To Parents About ". Rogers didn't host those specials, but instead invited news announcers, such as Joan Lunden (who hosted the Conflict. Rogers didn't host those specials, but instead invited news announcers, such as Joan Lunden (who hosted the Conflict special), to take on the emcee duties in front of a gallery of parents while Rogers answered questions from them. These specials were made to prepare parents for questions their children might ask after watching the episodes on the topic of the week.
Mister Rogers Had a Simple Set of Rules for Talking to Children. For the millions of adults who grew up watching him on public television, Fred Rogers represents the most important human values: respect, compassion, kindness, integrity, humility. On Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, the show that he created 50 years ago and starred in, he was the epitome of simple, natural ease.
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I have been reading Fred Roger's book "Mister Rogers Talks with Parents" and Fred had a lot to say about television. He dedicated a whole chapter of the book to it. When he explained why television had so little to offer children and explained how it inhibits them, it was a revelation to me: "As far as children and learning goes, I've come to believe a very simple statement: Children can learn almost anything both easily and well so long as they are ready to learn.