But to answer your question I believe that novice should work up to the full lifts as quickly as possible, without learning bad motor habits.
You first use drills, which are segmented portions of the full lifts, to learn the proper technique, rhythm and timing. And then when you understand the task you have to do, you should focus on drilling the full lifts.
As you get more advanced you will find weak links in your lifts, either strength or technique related. At that point you begin to include more segmented lifts to correct those weak areas.
So to be clear...
STEP 1. Emphasis on segmented lifts to learn the technique, feel and rhythm of the full lifts. The goal being to move to the full lifts as quickly as possible without using bad technique.
STEP 2. Strong emphasis on the full lifts. You can do lifts from the hang or blocks, but I recommend NOT DOING ANY "POWER" VARIATIONS as you are focusing on mastering perfect technique on the full lifts.
STEP 3. When your technique on the full lifts is efficient, automatic and stable you reintroduce segmented and power variations of the lifts to correct specific technical issues or weaknesses.