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Every Child a Talker: Guidance for Consultants and Early Language Lead Practitioners (Third instalment)

This is the third instalment in the ECaT: Guidance for Early Language Lead Practitioners series and Early Language Consultants series. The new publication includes 30 local authority case studies focusing on the journeys of children, parents and practitioners towards ECaT (Every Child a Talker) and how those journeys may be supported by Early Language Lead Practitioners and Early Language Consultants.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

EYFS Today: Communication - Early Language

How three Early Years centres approach speech and language

Teachers TV Created: Tue Mar 09 10:40:49 GMT 2010

ECaT: Guidance for Consultants and Early Language Lead Practitioners Third instalment: Autumn 2009

Every Child a Talker (ECaT) is designed to help Early Years practitioners create a developmentally appropriate, supportive and stimulating environment in which children can enjoy experimenting with and learning language. It can be implemented whether children are in Early Years settings, with a childminder or at home with their parents.

http://www.directoryofchoice.co.uk/ Last update: 2011

ECaT: Guidance for Early Language Lead Practitioners Second instalment – Spring 2009

Every Child a Talker (ECaT) is designed to help Early Years practitioners create a developmentally appropriate, supportive and stimulating environment in which children can enjoy experimenting with and learning language. It can be implemented whether children are in Early Years settings, with a childminder or at home with their parents.

http://www.directoryofchoice.co.uk/ Last update: 2011

ECaT: Guidance for Early Language Lead Practitioners First instalment

Every Child a Talker (ECaT) is designed to help Early Years practitioners create a developmentally appropriate, supportive and stimulating environment in which children can enjoy experimenting with and learning language. It can be implemented whether children are in Early Years settings, with a childminder or at home with their parents.

http://www.directoryofchoice.co.uk/ Last update: 2011