Assessment Techniques for Phonemic Awareness

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At which grade-level should students be able to identify the first phoneme in a word?

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1. What is a phoneme?

2. Which of the following best defines phonemic awareness?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This interactive quiz and printable worksheet make it easy to gauge your knowledge of phonemes and phonemic awareness. Multiple-choice questions ask you to define these concepts and exhibit knowledge of the ideal grade levels for students to identify and substitute phonemes.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use these short assessments to check your understanding of the following:

  • Meaning of a phoneme
  • Grade level at which students should be able to identify the first phoneme in a word
  • Definition of phonemic awareness
  • Grade level by which students should be able to create new words by substituting phonemes
  • Phoneme isolation example

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define key terms and phrases like phonemic awareness and phoneme
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding phoneme isolation
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the grade level at which students should be able to identify the first phoneme in a word and create new words by substituting phonemes

Additional Learning

Use the lesson accompanying this quiz and worksheet called Assessment Techniques for Phonemic Awareness to examine the following:

  • Why phonemic awareness is a critical skill
  • How often individualized universal screening should be done per year
  • What phoneme blending and rhyme supply look like at the beginning of the first grade
  • Difference between phoneme manipulation in the first and second grade
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