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1. Phonological awareness

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin




This section focuses on phonological awareness. It looks at the aural skills that learners need in order to read. These include being able to distinguish and manipulate:

  • syllables
  • onsets and rimes
  • phonemes

Most of the essential knowledge and skills relating to phonological awareness are finite. There is a relatively small set to learn. It’s important to identify any gaps learners might have, so that they can be systematically addressed.



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