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Teaching Literacy – An Early Childhood Educator’s Guide

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Guide to Teaching Literacy. By Dr Sarah Alexander. From their earliest speech experiences through to contact with written language and technologies, what happens in children’s homes and communities shapes their early literacy learning.  How, and whether this early learning is […]

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