Child Language Acquisition Writing Stages

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Kroll: Prepatory Stage
Masters the basis motor skills needed to write
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Kroll: Consolidation Stage (up to 6)
Incomplete declarative sentences including many "and" conjunctions
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Kroll: Differentiation Stage (up to 9)
Awareness of different writing styles and the difference between speaking and writing
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Kroll: Integration Stage (12+)
Child develops a personal style that changes according to audience and purpose
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Barclay: 1-Scribbling Stage
Random marks on a page
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Barclay: 2-Mock Handwriting Stage
Wavy lines, cursive writing and drawings
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Barclay: 3-Mock Letters
Writes letters as separate things
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Barclay: 4- Conventional Letters
Child usually puts letters on a page but is able to read it as words
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Barclay: 5- Invented Spelling Stage
Words are spelt phonetically - how the child things they should be spelt
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Barclay: 6- Appropraite/Phonetic Spelling Stage
Attach spelling with sounds
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Barclay: 7- Correst Spelling Stage
Are able to spell most words
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Rothery's Catergories: Report
A factual and objective description of event or things -usually not chronological
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Rothery's Categories: Recount
Chronological sequence of events written subjectively. Orientation-Event-Reorientation
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Rothery's Categories: Narrative
Story genre. Orientation-Complication-Resolution-Coda
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Rothery's Categories: Observation/Comment
Writer follows observations with an evaluative comment
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Britton's modes: Expressive
Resembles speech, first person and the content is usually based on personal experiences and preferences
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Britton's modes: Poetic
Phonological features such as rhyme, rhythm and alliteration are used, as well as adjectives and similes
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Britton's modes: Transactional
Academic essays (secondary school). Third person and formal, chronological sentence structures are present
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Incomplete declarative sentences including many "and" conjunctions

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Kroll: Consolidation Stage (up to 6)

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Awareness of different writing styles and the difference between speaking and writing

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Child develops a personal style that changes according to audience and purpose

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Random marks on a page

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