Child Written Acquisition - theories

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Clay's Principles
A child must understand seven principles before a child can produce formal texts: recurring principle, directional principle, generating principle and inventory principle.
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Goodman's Principles
A child must establish 3 principles to understand writing: functional principle, linguistic principle and relational principle.
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Barclay's Stages
A child goes though 7 stages of child writing: scribbling, mock handwriting, mock letters, conventional letters, invented spelling, approximate/phonetic spelling and conventional spelling
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Kroll's Phases
A child has 4 main stages if written language: S1 preparatory stage (younger than 6), S2 consolidation stage (age up to 6), S3 differentiation stage (age up to 9) and S4 integration stage (12+)
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Vygotsky and Literacy
Adults act as a 'more knowledgeable other' and they give them a 'scaffolding' to place a child into a 'zone of proximal development (speech, reading and writing).
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Rothery's Categories
These categories of 'types of writing' acts as a framework for children and aids their language acquisition: observation, recount, report, narrative
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Britton's Modes
These 'modes' classify genres of children's writing which is used to help/encourage child language acquisition: expressive, poetic and transnational.
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A child must establish 3 principles to understand writing: functional principle, linguistic principle and relational principle.

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Goodman's Principles

Card 3

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A child goes though 7 stages of child writing: scribbling, mock handwriting, mock letters, conventional letters, invented spelling, approximate/phonetic spelling and conventional spelling

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Card 4

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A child has 4 main stages if written language: S1 preparatory stage (younger than 6), S2 consolidation stage (age up to 6), S3 differentiation stage (age up to 9) and S4 integration stage (12+)

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Card 5

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Adults act as a 'more knowledgeable other' and they give them a 'scaffolding' to place a child into a 'zone of proximal development (speech, reading and writing).

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