Chptr 4 Working with the youngest readers and writers

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Working with the youngest  Readers and Writers Chapter 4
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Three Stages of Reading and  Writing  Emergent Beginning Fluent
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Writing  Children gain an understanding of the  communicative purpose of print and develop  interest in reading and writing  Children are usually emergent readers and writers  in Kindergarten         What would this look and sound like? 
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Writing They… Develop an interest in reading and writing Acquire concepts about print Develop book handling skills Learn to identify the letters of the alphabet Develop handwriting skills    frequency woods 
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Beginning Reading & Writing This stage marks the children’s growing awareness  of the alphabetic principle. They learn about phoneme-grapheme 
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