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    Language researchers report that children all over the world follow a similar sequence of stages and milestones when they are learning their first language.  Older children and adults follow a similar sequence when they are learning a second or third language.  Animated-Literacy™ follows the natural sequence of language development to make instruction easier and more successful for both English language learners and fluent English speakers.

    From the beginning of instruction, students hear and participate in complete songs and stories that are rich in rhyme, rhythm, melody, and movement.  These are similar to songs and stories that children can begin to recognize and attend to even before birth.

     At about two to four months old, most babies produce their first vowel sounds.   Therefore, vowels play an important role in instruction beginning with the first Animated-Alphabet™ lesson.

The Natural Sequence of Language Development:

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