Ch 3: Phonology and Word Identification Strategies

About This Chapter

Let us help you review phonology and word identification strategies with these informative lessons. You'll cover topics such as the alphabetic principle and stages of phonological development. You'll also review methods for teaching phonics.

Phonology and Word Identification Strategies - Chapter Summary

The lessons found in this chapter can assist you as you review methods for teaching phonology and strategies for facilitating reading development in children. You'll explore the stages children go through as they develop an understanding of phonics, and look at ways to support this process in the classroom. Lesson topics also include:

  • Development of phonology in children and awareness of phonemes
  • Strategies for teaching phonological and phonomic skills
  • The alphabetic principle and learning to read

Our experienced instructors present the material in a way that makes it easy to follow and retain. All of our lessons include key terms and concepts highlighted in bold. Use the self-assessment quizzes to gauge how well you understand lesson topics, and use the final chapter exam to gauge if you're ready to move on to a new subject.

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