Children's Writing - Barclay

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Barclay (1996) STAGE 1 of Writing Development
Scribbling - Learning the skill of holding a pen/pencil
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Barclay (1996) STAGE 2 of Writing Development
Mock Handwriting - Pseudo letters are formed (attempt to write letters)
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Barclay (1996) STAGE 3 of Writing Development
Mock letters - Random letters are produced but rarely have meaning attached to them
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Barclay (1996) STAGE 4 of Writing Development
Conventional letters - Children match sounds with symbols and use initial consonants to represent words
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Barclay (1996) STAGE 5 of Writing Development
Invented spelling - Words are spelt phonetically, along with correctly spelt simple/familiar words
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Barclay (1996) STAGE 6 of Writing Development
Appropriate spelling - Sentences become more complex and writing is more legible
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Barclay (1996) STAGE 7 of Writing Development
Correct spelling - Words are spelt correctly and older children use cursive writing
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Card 2

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Mock Handwriting - Pseudo letters are formed (attempt to write letters)

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Barclay (1996) STAGE 2 of Writing Development

Card 3

Front

Mock letters - Random letters are produced but rarely have meaning attached to them

Back

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Card 4

Front

Conventional letters - Children match sounds with symbols and use initial consonants to represent words

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Invented spelling - Words are spelt phonetically, along with correctly spelt simple/familiar words

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