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Rica-Word Analysis

Competency 3

Phonological awareness Oral Language is composed of SMALLER UNITS
Phonemic Awareness Ability to distinguish the separates PHONEMES(or SOUNDS) in a spoken word
Alphabetic Principle sounds are represented by letter
Phonics knowledge of letter- sound correspondence :Linking the sound with the letter ex. in the word phonics the letters PH--> make the /f/ sound
Graphemes English letters that represent phonemes
Phoneme a speech sound in a language that signals a difference in pronunciation and meaning (smallest unit of speech).
Vowels speech sounds made when air leaving your lungs is vibrated in the voice box and there is a clear passage from the voice box to your mouth. (a,e,i,o,u) sometimes y in sky and w in cow.
Consonants are speech sounds that occur when the airflow is obstructed in some way by your mouth, teeth, or lips.
Onset think syllable....initial consonant sound ex. C in cats
Rime think syllable....vowel sound and any consonant that follows ex. ATS in cats
Phonograms rimes that have the SAME spelling, Words that share same phonograms are word families ex. cat, bat, sat
How to teach Phonological Awareness ,including phonemic awareness? 1. Word Awareness 2.Syllable Awareness 3.Word Blending 4. Syllable Blending 5. Onset and Rime Blending
How to teach PHONEMIC AWARENESS? 1. Sounds Isolation 2.Sound Identity 3.Sound Blending 4.Sound Substitution 5.Sound Deletion 6. Sound Segmentation
How can you teach Struggling readers phonemic awareness? 1. Focusing on key skills, especially blending and segmenting 2.Reteaching skills that are lacking 3.using a variety of concrete examples to explain a concept or task 4. Provide additional practice
How can you teach
Created by: daisydlc
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