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Tda 3.11 (1.1) Explain the Aims and Importance of Learning Provision for Literacy Development

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Explain the aims and importance of learning provision for literacy development

Within literacy there are three main areas of of language which are speaking and listening, reading and writing. These all intertwine and help the children to develop in literacy. The aims of literacy are to develop children’s abilities to listen, speak, read and write for a wide range of purposes. It enables children to express themselves creatively and imaginatively. The aim of the Primary Framework for literacy is to support and increase all children’s access to excellent teaching, leading to exciting and successful learning and to support the children to make the progress of which they are capable. Within my setting we have the aims for writing, reading and speaking and listening within our English and Literacy Policy. They are as follows:

Speaking and listening

To develop articulate and cinfident speakers
To develop critical, thoughtful and sensitive listeners

Reading

To foster a love of reading
to develop an ability to read, understand and respon to all types of writing as well as the development of information retrieval for study To hear stories told or read aloud and to hear and share poetry To experience a range of fiction and non-fiction

To help children gain confidence in becoming independent readers To encourage parents to actively share in reading activities To achieve an appropriate level of literacy in all children
To enable children to read for information with understanding, in purposeful situations To promote shared, guided and silent independent reading

Writing

To foster a love of writing
To give children confidence in their ability as independent writers To provide frequent opportunities to write for a variety of purposes and audiences To encourage children to acquire a range of writing skills

To encourage children to learn about the techniques, craft and process of writing To enable children to use the conventions of spelling for...