How does children's literature affect emergent literacy?

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How does children's literature affect emergent literacy?

Emergent Literacy and Literature

Emergent literacy is the term used to describe ways in which young children in predominantly literate cultures begin to approach literacy before they actually read and write. Reading to children before they can read is a key part of this concept.

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Children's literature affects emergent literacy through print awareness and memorization as well as word connections.

Print awareness is also...

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