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Understanding Phonological Development & Awareness - Chapter Summary
This self-paced chapter can ensure you have a well-rounded understanding of phonological development and awareness. Use the lessons to boost your confidence as you study phonological development in children, instructional strategies for phonological awareness and much more. Completing this chapter will enable you to:
- Define and share examples of a phoneme
- Describe the stages of phonological development in children
- Discuss the relationship between phonemic and phonological awareness
- Explain how students develop phonological awareness skills
- Detail instructional strategies for developing phonological awareness
Using this chapter to study phonological development and awareness concepts offers a variety of benefits. In addition to learning from top instructors, you can communicate directly with subject-matter experts who can answer your lesson topic questions. Mobile accessibility enables you to review the lessons from home or anywhere you can secure an Internet connection. Short quizzes and a practice exam test your knowledge and help you feel certain that you're ready to succeed on your test.
1. Phoneme: Definition, Segmentation & Examples
Phonemes are tiny units of sound in speech. When phonemes are combined, they can make up words. In this lesson, we will discuss what phonemes are, how to segment them in words and why they are important.
2. Phonological Development in Children: Stages & Overview
In this lesson you'll learn all about how children develop the ability to turn basic units of sound into actual language. We'll cover the major phonological skills and the stages of development. Following the lesson is a short quiz.
3. Phonemic & Phonological Awareness: Definitions & Activities
Phonics, phonemic awareness, and phonological awareness may all sound really similar, but they are all different yet important skills required for successful reading. Watch this lesson to find out about each one and how to develop them.
4. Development of Phonological and Phonemic Awareness Skills
Students learning to read need to be aware of sounds in speech. This lesson outlines these phonemic awareness skills and details age ranges for their development.
5. Instructional Strategies for Phonological Awareness
Phonological awareness is an important skill to learn young. This lesson will define this skill and show how to apply instructional strategies. We'll also highlight a few assessment techniques for phonological awareness skills.
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Other chapters within the Praxis Teaching Reading Test (5204): Practice & Study Guide course
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- Overview of Phonics
- Fundamentals for Reading Comprehension Instruction
- Reading Comprehension Techniques
- Teaching & Improving Language Fluency
- Teaching & Building Vocabulary
- Methods for Teaching Reading
- Student Assessment Methods
- Praxis Teaching Reading Flashcards