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CHAPTER 5: PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS

Objectives


As a result of reading and studying this chapter students will be able to:

  • Recognize the strong influence of phonemic awareness on a child's later reading and spelling achievement
  • Explain the differences among phonological awareness, phonemic awareness, and phonics
  • Identify individual phonemes in words
  • Sequence the levels of phonological awareness development
  • Identify the National Reading Panel's recommendations for phonemic awareness instruction
  • Explain when and how to assess phonemic awareness for beginning readers and struggling older readers
  • Describe intervention strategies for students who have difficulty with phonemic awareness skills
  • Apply lessons for effective instruction of phonological awareness skills and phonemic awareness skills
  • Identify effective ELL modifications for phonemic awareness lessons

Key Terms


  • Phonological awareness
  • Phonemic awareness
  • Phonics
  • Onset-rime
  • Stop sounds
  • Continuous sounds
  • Phoneme isolation
  • Phoneme identity
  • Phoneme categorization
  • Phoneme blending
  • Phoneme segmentation
  • Phoneme deletion
  • Phoneme addition
  • Phoneme substitution
  • Elkonin Sound Boxes

Assessment

 

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