Literacy development is comparable skills of writing, reading and speaking and listening. These all link and help the children to develop in literacy. The aims of literacy are to develop children’s abilities to speak, listen, read and write for a wide variety of purposes. It allows children to express themselves creatively and imaginatively, within my setting we have the aims for writing, reading and speaking and listening within our English and Literacy Policy.
Literacy development is a required part of primary and secondary curriculum and is important for a range of reasons. These reasons are to guarantee that all children and young people have the best chance to achieve in their day-to day school life. These children or young person have the chance to increase their literacy skills as they are learning to communicate in an alternative ways. The three areas of language (speaking, Reading and writing). These areas of language co-operate with each other to encourage the child’s imagination. Children must be given opportunities to use and spread their language in all areas of literacy, this will improve their higher-level of thinking skills.
The purposes of literacy curriculum are that children and young people will explore the methods in which language works as they can use this ability in a variety of circumstances. The Primary Framework for literacy is to support and increase all children’s admission to lead successful learning and for teachers to support the children to make the progress of which to their personal education level. In a literacy lesson. Children or young people will participate in a whole-class activity which may include a few discussion and shared reading or writing activity. They can also work together with a partner to share ideas before moving on to their individual work. This will ensure their focus on specific areas, this is called peer learning. At the