Play and its link to literacy and theory of mind
November 22, 2017
Play and its link to literacy and theory of mind.
Around the globe, pressure to increase standards of literacy results in reduced time for play at school.
Yet, researchers and philosophers increasingly understand the importance of play and how it develops complex language and thinking skills – things required for high levels of achievement in literacy and a well-developed theory of mind.
This i- learning module examines these links, with practical ideas on how to make the most of play, additional readings and some reflective activities to embed learning.
|What's play got to do with it||Lyndsey Allen - LA bio.pdf||13:58|
|Beyond 'my turn, your turn'||Helen Ley HL bio.pdf||10:58|
|Drama Queen: developing imaginative play||Lyndsey Allen||14:01|
|Resources||Donna Sperandio DS bio.pdf||15:18|
|Play to paper||Kate Dixon - KD bio.pdf||22:13|
|Play and its link to theory of mind and literacy||Carol Westby CW bio.pdf||1:05:50|
|Building vocabulary through language strategies during play||Dianne Goberis and Kerry Moriarty KM & DG bio.pdf||15:30|
|Looking at play through a different lens||Di Harbor||27:26|
For further reading and descriptions of the above presentations: Resources.pdf
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- Beyond "my turn, your turn"
- Building Vocabulary Through Language Strategies During Play
- Drama queen: developing imaginative dramatic play
- Looking at Play Through a Different Lens
- Play and its link to theory of mind and literacy
- Play to paper
- What’s play got to do with it
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