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Enables us to cope with unpleasant situations and occurrences, and so restores self-esteem and a sense of well-being. The creation and transmission of culture Communities also participate in a sharing of their own collaborative stories, in a joint activity of ‘storying’, and so make meaning of their communal experience, in other words develop culture. Religious stories, explanations of creation, life and death, myths and legends, tales of battles, victories and disasters are the stuff of communal storying, begun in the oral tradition and passed down the generations and converted to history.

Snow suggests that adults support the child by: • • • • expanding the topic introduced offering new information on the topic seeking clarification by asking the child questions if it’s needed answering the child’s questions. In the previous chapter we see an example of this happening when Mark’s mother joins in the observation of, and engages with, his fascination with the feeding birds. She supports his interest, expands on his knowledge about birds and models language structures which as yet he is unable to use.

Bielby says ‘Learning to read and write is parasitic upon learning to speak’ (1999: 16). g. 1 Children’s experiences of texts (adapted from Kenner, 2000, cited in Marsh, 2003) Shop names Developing a n U n dersta n d ing of Written La nguage 41 between learning to read and then coming to understand the way in which symbols represent speech. In addition, through the experience of literacy the child gains an explicit knowledge to add to her considerable implicit knowledge about language. This explicit knowledge about language is expressed as language about language (called meta-language – Clark, 1976) and includes the use of terms like ‘word’, ‘sentence’, ‘phrase’ and, with respect to writing, ‘letter’, ‘capital letter’ and ‘full stop’.

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