Emergent literacy encompasses the early speech and language skills a child acquires and develops before they can read and write conventionally. Emergent literacy instruction is most beneficial in the pre-school years and first year of schooling.
The following six key areas will be explored, and will provide teachers with an understanding of the critical steps and the skills children need to acquire, as they progress from emergent to conventional writing.
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* Please note, the content provided is not a replacement for your current curriculum program, but a set of guidelines and resources to assist teachers with their planning.