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Literacy & Communication

Literacy & Communication

Simply put, literacy is the ability to read and write. Research indicates that a child’s reading capabilities affect their academic performance. So as to promote literacy, children should be given ongoing exposure to children’s literature. This literature is written for the information and entertainment of children and young adults.

Communication includes the exchange of thoughts, messages, or information through speech, gesture, behavior, symbols, and/or written materials. Effective communication is highly significant for learning, building relationships, and succeeding in life. Communication between people may be verbal or non-verbal.

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Reading

Reading involves translating text into sounds or spoken words.

Reading comprehension involves deriving meaning from those words. Both reading skills and comprehension skills are essential if a child is to be able to understand a text, but the reading must come first.





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