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Learning to read is an impressive accomplishment! Literacy skills development, or the process of learning to read, happens over the course of several years and consists of multiple stages.
In the emergent literacy phase, young children learn what books are and learn that written words are connected with language. This typically happens in the pre-school years. In the early elementary grades, beginning readers learn to recognize words, decipher spelling, and comprehend what they are reading. By late elementary school, as readers become more fluent, reading becomes accurate and quick, and readers learn more vocabulary and concepts through their reading. By middle school, readers analyze style, appreciate multiple viewpoints, and critically analyze texts as they read.
Patino, Daniela (April 19, 2014) Development of the Academic Domains. Accessed February 25, 2023 via https://group4edp3273.wordpress.com/category/uncategorized/