Author and teacher-researcher Rebecca Giles shares from her book A Young Writer’s World: Creating Early Classrooms Where Authors Abound, how teachers can support children’s interaction with letters, words, sounds, and the beginning of written expression. From modeling writing throughout the day, to offering creative opportunities to write throughout the classroom, teachers can inspire children’s connection to words, and bring literacy to life.

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