Language learning is a complex and multifaceted developmental milestone within early childhood it is deeply connected with culture identity and belonging understanding how very young children learn skills to communicate and form language is essential to supporting their development and future language learning skills. The eyfs states that for children whose home language is not english early years providers must take reasonable steps to provide opportunities for children to develop and use their home language in play and learning supporting their language development at home early years providers must also ensure that children have sufficient . Covering the age range 0 7 years this book highlights the speed and complexity of children s thinking communicative abilities social and cultural awareness and physical skills during this period of growth observations and case studies are used to demonstrate the learning that goes on in a variety of homes and early years settings. Supporting literacy learning in the early years authors jenni connor and christine topfer published 2015 pages 24 eca code rip1502 our ability to use language confidently and appropriately impacts on every aspect of our lives and learning young children learn best when information is embedded in meaningful contexts that make sense to them when they are immersed in . For all students a high quality early education is critical to ensuring their long term academic success early learners need to understand why people read and write in order to be motivated to excel in their own literacy development through active engagement in the reading process children learn ways to use their growing knowledge and skills flexibly and in combination with all domains of
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