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Early Emergent Reading Stage: Levels A-B (1-2) Features of Flying Start to Literacy at the Early Emergent Reading Stage: • Establishes a full range of concepts about print. • Introduces common stems and key vocabulary. • Introduces the first 26 high-frequency words. • Focuses on phonemic awareness and introduces letters (common sounds).

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The Stages of Reading Development is a continuum that explains how students progress as readers.These stages are based on the students’ experience and not their age or grade level. Knowing these stages is helpful when developing materials for specific types of readers.

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