The Resource The play's the thing : teachers' roles in children's play, Elizabeth Jones, Gretchen Reynolds

The play's the thing : teachers' roles in children's play, Elizabeth Jones, Gretchen Reynolds

Label
The play's the thing : teachers' roles in children's play
Title
The play's the thing
Title remainder
teachers' roles in children's play
Statement of responsibility
Elizabeth Jones, Gretchen Reynolds
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Dewey number
372.11/02
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
LB1140.35.P55
LC item number
J66 1992
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Early childhood education series
Label
The play's the thing : teachers' roles in children's play, Elizabeth Jones, Gretchen Reynolds
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 131-136) and index
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Contents
  • Foreword / Elizabeth Prescott. Settings. Why Play? Teacher Roles -- 1. Understanding and Supporting Children's Play. Stages in Play. Stages in Representation. The Content of Play. Master Players. But What Do I Do While They're Playing? -- 2. Teacher as Stage Manager. Clarifying Figure-Ground Relationships. Providing Enough Props. Providing Enough Time -- 3. Teacher as Mediator. Teaching Conflict-Resolution Skills. Complicating Play to Keep It Safe. Problem Solving to Sustain Play -- 4. Teacher as Player. "Call Mikey" "Don't Let the Babies Die" Shopping at Fedco. Picnic. "Can X-Ray See This Lady?" Why Teachers Play -- 5. Teacher Behavior That Interrupts Play. Interrupting for One's Own Pleasure in Play. Interrupting to Teach Rules. Interrupting to Teach Concepts. Building on Children's Play -- 6. Teacher as Scribe. Representing Children's Play. Sharing Representations with Children. Stimulating Writing as Play and Communication. Writing Can Be Read
  • 7. Teacher as Assessor and Communicator. Assessment as Part of Planning. Can I Learn to Appreciate Him More? Building on a Child's Strengths. Who Is This Child? Communicating to Parents and Other Adults. Communicating to Children. Accountability: How Do We Know They're Learning? -- 8. Teacher as Planner. Emergent Curriculum. Looking at the Environment. Naming Children's Play Scripts. Introducing a New Theme. Planning for Literacy as a Play Script. Play-Debrief-Replay -- 9. Paying Attention to Play. Supporting Children Who Have Not Yet Mastered Play. Supporting Master Players. Teacher Role Development. A Place in the World for Children -- 10. A Sense of the Past and the Future. The Logic of Human Relationships. Stories, Images, and the Creation of Culture. Teacher as Keeper of Metaphor. From Here and Now to There and Then: Building Bridges of Meaning
Control code
000008666648
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xiii, 144 p.
Isbn
9780807731710
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
91046413 //r97
Other physical details
ill.
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System control number
  • GTC1581156
  • (OCoLC)25025925

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