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Introduction 1. Four-year-olds in school: play, policy and pedagogy 2. Perspectives on role play in early childhood 3. Researching children's perspectives: a multi-method approach 4. Teachers' perspectives on role play 5. Exploring role play from the children's perspective 6. Playing with space, place and gender 7. Rethinking role play in reception classes
Sue Rogers is Senior Lecturer in Education at the Institute of Education, University of London, UK. Julie Evans is Senior Lecturer in the Sociology Department of the University College Plymouth St Mark and St John, UK.
'As well as being useful to students on early childhood studies courses, the book provides an essential reference source for all teachers keen to promote the value of role-play for young children by helping them to create a coherent and compelling case for play within the early childhood curriculum.' - Early Years Update 'The book ... offers a useful set of references for anyone wanting to investigate the issues further... and is very topical in its discussion of child-initiated/adult intensive activities.' - Early Years 'They integrate the lessons of their research well and offer sound advice... the questions they've raised over the pages of this wonderful book linger in the readers mind.' - American Journal of Play