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Understand phonological and phonemic awareness.

phonological awareness Is a broad skill that includes identifying and manipulating units of oral language.
phonemic awareness Is the foundation of spelling and word recognition.
phoneme The smallest unit of spoken language.
rhyming of a word, syllable, or line) having or ending with an identical or corresponding sound to another
segmenting Phoneme segmentation is the ability to break words down into individual sounds.
blending Listening to a sequence of individual sounds and combining them to pronounce a word.
deleting to remove
substituting to replace
explicit stated clearly and in detail, leaving no room for confusion or doubt
implicit implied though not plainly expressed
distinguishing spoken word having the full understanding of a word spoken orally
syllable The act of breaking big words down into smaller parts so they can be pronounced and spelled more easily.
onsets is the part of the syllable that precedes the vowel of the syllable
rimes is the part of a syllable which consists of its vowel and any consonant sounds that come after it
English Language Learners are students who are unable to communicate fluently or learn effectively in English, who often come from non-English-speaking homes and backgrounds,
struggling readers as low achievers, students with unidentified reading difficulties, dyslexia, and/or with reading, learning or speech/language disabilities.
highly proficient readers is more complex and requires higher level skills in fluency, handling multi-syllable words, comprehension, vocabulary, and skills such as the ability to extract necessary information.
Created by: EstherMartinCobb