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Competency 3

What it word awareness? Awareness that sentences are made up of words.
What is syllable awareness? Awareness that words have syllables.
What is word blending? Taking two words and putting them together to make one word.
What is syllable blending? Putting two or more syllables together to make a complete word.
What is onset and rime blending? Putting an onset and rime together to make a complete word?
Do all words have onsets? No
What are the five domains of phonological awareness? Word awareness, syllable awareness, word blending, syllable blending, and onset and rime blending.
How many phonemic awareness tasks should be taught at a time? One or two.
What are the five tasks of teaching phonemic awareness? Sound isolation, sound identity, sound blending, sound substitution, sound deletion, and sound segmentation.
What is sound isolation? Identifying the beginning, middle, or end of a word.
What is sound identity? Identifying a sound in a set of similar sounds.
What is sound blending? Putting sounds together to make a word.
What is sound deletion? Taking away a sound to make a new word.
What is sound segmentation? Isolating and identifying each sound in a word.
What is the most difficult phonetic task? Sound segmentation.
Why is phonemic awareness necessary to learn phonics? Children need to be aware of sounds in a word in order to understand which letters represent those sounds.
Which phonemic awareness tasks should struggling readers focus on? Blending and segmenting.
How can you reteach skills that students are lacking? 1. Change the pace of a lesson 2. Change the mode of delivery 3. Make the task simpler using scaffolding 4. Use different materials
How can you support struggling readers in developing phonemic awareness? 1. Focus on key skills 2. Reteach 3. Concrete examples
How can you support ELL students in developing phonemic awareness? Focus on phonemes that do not exist in their first language.
How can you assess phonemic awareness? 1. How many words are in this sentence? 2. Observation 3. Standards based
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