Monday, 10 May 2010

BARCLAY 1996 – Seven Stages

BARCLAY 1996 – Seven Stages
• Stage 1: SCRIBBLING STAGE
Random marks on a page
Writing and scribbles are accompanied by speaking

• Stage 2: MOCK HANDWRITING STAGE
Writing + drawings
Produce wavy lines which is their understanding of lineation
Cursive writing

• Stage 3: MOCK LETTERS
Letters are separate things.

• Stage 4: CONVENTIONAL LETTERS
Usually involves writing the name as the first word.
Child usually puts letters on a page but is able to read it as words.

• Stage 5: INVENTED SPELLING STAGE
Child spells in the way they understand the word should be spelt- own way.

• Stage 6: APPROPRIATE/ PHOENTIC SPELLING STAGE
Attach spelling with sounds.

• Stage 7: CORRECT SPELLING STAGE
Are able to spell most words.

2 comments:

Unknown said...

Do you have a reference for this? I cannot seem to find it anywhere else online

Nafisa.t13 said...

OMG... YOU ARE AN ANGEL, THAAAANK YOU!

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