Three circles with the Student in the Centre: Oral language, Reading, and Writing. - Learner: Strengths & Needs, Interests, Skills, Knowledge, Well-being, Culture, Language

There is a fundamental and reciprocal relationship between oral language, written language, and reading. Initially, reading and writing are dependent on oral language skills. Eventually, reading and writing extend oral language. Research confirms that building a solid foundation in oral language supports learners’ development as readers and writers. Instruction which leverages the connections between oral language, reading and writing increases opportunities for the parallel development of related metacognitive processes.  When planning literacy experiences, the reciprocity between oral language, reading and writing must always be at the forefront.


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 Literacy across ages and stages
Literacy across ages and stages