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Planning a Mini-conference on Workshops that Promote Early Literacy and Language Development
For the Unit 6 Assignment, imagine that you are the director of a childcare center and are planning for the “Week of the Young Child,” an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). The purpose of the Week of the Young Child is to focus public attention on the needs of young children and their families and to recognize the early childhood programs and services that meet those needs. As the director, you are planning a mini-conference on children’s early literacy for caregivers, teachers, and parents.
As part of your task, you need to create a newsletter or PowerPoint presentation that describes the topics that will be covered in the workshop. Your newsletter or presentation should be focused towards gaining attendance to the workshops you are planning below:
In Workshop 1, you will give a developmentally appropriate example of a creative drama based on a popular story book that you would use in a classroom or center setting.
In Workshop 2, you apply your knowledge about the developmentally appropriate principles, language development, and investigative play critical to creating a learning center for children in the preschool age group.
In Workshop 3, you will give a developmentally appropriate example of a read aloud activity based on a popular story book that you would use in a classroom or center setting for kindergarteners. In this workshop, please share the five guidelines for selecting books to read aloud to a group of kindergarteners and how to apply those guidelines to a popular storybook. (Note: The storybook of your choice should be identified in your newsletter or PowerPoint presentation.)
Read The Power of Planning; Developing Effective Read-Alouds for guidelines on selecting a storybook for this Assignment.
Shedd, M. and Duke, N. (Nov 2008). The Power of Planning; Developing Effective Read-Alouds. Beyond the Journal. Retrieved from http://www.naeyc.org/files/yc/file/200811/BTJReadingAloud.pdf
You should use one of the templates that has been provided for you and use APA guidelines.
Power Point Guidelines: Use the CE320_Unit_6_Template.ppt template provided in Doc Sharing. You should share bulleted points on your slide with short statements about the content shared in the “Click to Add Notes” section. The bulk of your content should be found in the “Click to Add Notes” section. You should have a title slide, an introduction, a conclusion, and a reference slide. You need 12 slides for this assignment. You should be organized and identify the topics and workshops in your headings.
Newsletter/Brochure Guidelines: Use the CE320_Unit_6 Newsletter_Template.docx template provided in Doc Sharing. You should use complete sentences, as well as headings that identify the topics and workshops written about in each section. You should have a title with a byline with your name listed as the author. You should have an introduction, a conclusion, and a reference section. You need double columns in a three to four page newsletter format.
Formatting tips to finalize this Assignment: Your writing should be organized, logical and unified, as well as original and insightful. Your work should display superior content, organization, style, and mechanics while demonstrating the ability to apply critical thinking skills to illustrate sound reasoning. Be sure to include citations for quotations and paraphrases with references in APA format and style. There should be no plagiarism. Clip art or images should be added to the presentation after you have the content that is needed for the assignment. Please do not sacrifice content for images. Images should enhance the information that you have shared in your presentation. Use the rubric as your guide to ensure that you include all the required contents. You should include references at the end of your newsletter or PowerPoint.
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