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Overview of Literacy Development. Ann Morrison, Ph.D. Top Down and Whole to Part. Comprehensive Literacy Development Paradigm Morrison, 2009. Bottom Up and Part to Whole. CLDP. Phonological awareness Concerns only sound (can be done with eyes closed) Print awareness

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Overview of literacy development

Overview of Literacy Development

Ann Morrison, Ph.D.


Overview of literacy development

Top Down and Whole to Part

Comprehensive Literacy Development Paradigm

Morrison, 2009

Bottom Up and Part to Whole


Overview of literacy development

CLDP

  • Phonological awareness

    • Concerns only sound (can be done with eyes closed)

  • Print awareness

    • Concerns only print (can be done with the ears closed…lol)

  • Phonics

    • The intersection of phonological awareness and print awareness.

  • Vocabulary

    • Word meaning in all contexts

  • Grammar and syntax

    • Sentence construction

  • Reading fluency

    • Reading with speed, accuracy, and prosody

  • Comprehension and pragmatics

    • Understanding of language and text in context


Comprehensive literacy development paradigm morrison 2009

Comprehensive Literacy Development Paradigm Morrison, 2009

  • Bottom up and top down processes

  • Adjacent skills impact each other

  • Relative strengths in one area do not imply strengths in others, but contribute to the potential strength of neighbors

  • Relative needs on one skill will likely negatively impact adjacent skills


Expressive and receptive language and literacy processes

Expressive and Receptive Language and Literacy Processes


Stages of literacy development chall 1996

Stages of Literacy Development Chall, 1996

  • Emergent Literacy

  • Early Reading

  • Growing Independence

  • Reading to Learn

  • Abstract Reading


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