Teaching Reading And Writing The Developmental ApproachOne of the most important of these is that raising the level of literacy for children is an act of social justice. Our work aims to prepare kids for any reading and writing task they will face or set themselves, to turn them into life-long, confident readers and writers who display agency and independence in their future endeavors. That is, our aims reach beyond state testing and fulfillment of tasks for schools. We aim to strengthen a generation of readers and writers. To achieve these goals, the Reading and Writing Project supports teachers, administrators, and school change agents with professional development, curriculum, and instructional methods. The work of the Reading and Writing Project is informed by research in all of these areas as well as the more specialized categories of literacy.
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Stages of Literacy Development
This section presents a developmental perspective of literacy learning. It highlights the movement from code breaking to meaning making to critical thinking. Considering language and literacy as developmental is really quite fundamental for us. Instead, we are noting an emphasis on observing how the capacity of a learner or a group or a class or a community matures over time, but not necessarily so. There should be a progressive, temporal dimension to this learning where the child is supported by others to develop foundational skills which lead into competencies which lead to mastery which leads to further disciplinary practices.
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