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6. Letter identification

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin


  • Most adults will be able to identify the upper and lower cases of the letters of the alphabet. However, it’s possible that they will know the name of the letter, but might not know all the sounds that the letters make, particularly those letters that have more than one sound.
  • There is a template in Starting Points:Assessment Guide that can be used to check learners’ ability to identify letters. You will need two copies: one for the learner and the other to record your observation. Click here for the Letter ID learners
  • Watch Tom Nicholson observe Anton’s knowledge of letters.


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