How educators can create rich language learning experiences.
Ways for educators to turn everyday caregiving responsibilities and routines into opportunities for learning language.
Interaction strategies that can be used in any context with young children.
Telling stories is how humans traditionally pass knowledge from generation to generation. It's also an effective teaching practice for oral language development.
The benefits of engaging children in reading experiences and the infinite opportunities this presents for developing language and emergent literary experiences.
Engaging children in meaningful, responsive, and intentional discussions is a key teaching practice and essential for developing children’s oral language and communication.
The benefits of play, types of play, and ways to embed language learning in play.
Sociodramatic play can be a powerful tool for learning language, as children take on roles and characters, act out various scenarios and stories, and solve problems using language and movement.
Music, dance and drama are important teaching practices for language learning.
Fine arts traditionally include drawing, painting and sculpture, but in modern understandings also include multimedia arts.
Updated 13 February 2024