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Reading and Writing-Set 4

Reading from emergent writing Stage 1-Null The child refuses to read the story he or she has written, says that he or she cannot read it, or comments that nothing was written or the story does not say anything.
Reading from emergent writing Stage 2-Labeling/describing The child supplies labels or a description instead of reading. The child says, “Cat” or “This is a cat.” A one-word response is a label; a sentence response is a description.
Reading from emergent writing Stage 3- Dialogue The child only responds if you ask questions, so the interchange takes on a question-answer format. The question-answer interchange may be initiated by the child.
Reading from emergent writingStage 4- oral monologue The child tells a story in the style of an oral retelling. It does not have the characteristics of the reading of a piece of writing.
Reading from emergent writingStage 5- written monologue The reading sounds as though the child is reading from a written piece. It has the sound and flow of oral reading of written text, but the child is not actually reading from the written piece.
Reading from emergent writingStage 6- naming letters The child names the letters that have been written.
Reading from emergent writingStage 7- aspectual/strategic reading child is beginning to attend to the writing may attempt to sound out some words/phrases while skipping others. The child may read the written piece while looking at the written words, but the written words may not match up with what the child is reading.
Reading from emergent writingStage 8- conventional uses the written words to read. The rendition may sound like written monologue, but the main difference is that the child is deciphering the written words while reading.
Created by: kristi01