LUCK literacy developmet

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Poor attendance effects the stages of literacy development Literacy simply refers to people’s reading and writing skills. No one is born literal. Everyone has to develop their literacy skills through learning how to read and write as well as integrate positive cognitive processes that facilitate literacy development. Literacy development is the process through which student’s literacy skills are nurtured and honed. Reading and writing is considered essential in the modern society, both for an individual and all those around him. At the office, at the workplace or even in the transportation system a person should be able to read things like bus fares or bus lines in order to reach their goals. This only requires basic literacy skills. However, when it comes to the education system, literacy skills are the foundations of all educational activities. Teachers need to impart relevant knowledge into their students. The success of their teaching is dependent on the student’s ability to read and write since most academic resources such as books and evaluation materials such as examinations are in text. Therefore, reading and writing skills are very essential. Literacy development is a gradual process that involves a number of stages. Stage one entails basic reading and writing where the child learns the relations between sounds and letters as well as verbal words and print. Stage two entails fluency development where the child,
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  • Fall '08
  • literacy skills, LITERACY DEVELOPMENT, Gulf Coast High School

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