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A Guide to Developmental Literacy

Spread the loveThis describes a type of literary learning which considers the child’s developmental level and uses this knowledge to create specific literary learning objectives tailored to the child. For developmental literacy, some specific and noticeable actions or behaviors in children are described at first, which are called indicators. These actions or behaviors are grouped in phases of development. Within a particular phase, these indicators are often similar in their difficulty level and complement each other by working together. When a majority of the indicators in a phase can be noticed in a child’s work consistently, in different situations, over […]

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