The National Center on Improving Literacy has released a great eLearning resource on Phonological Awareness. The Ask & Answer: Phonological Awareness will help families and educators learn about this important skill. The document can be reviewed as presentation or downloaded as a Word document to be read easily.
The Question and Answer document describes key literacy terms in reading instruction. Additionally, it shares ways parents can help their child’s literacy development at home. Educators may find this tool useful to review key literacy terms and teaching practices.
Phonological Awareness in 7 questions:
- What is phonological awareness (PA)?
- Why is PA important?
- How does PA typically develop?
- How should PA be taught?
- What should instruction look like for children with, or at risk for, literacy related disabilities or dyslexia?
- How can families support PA development?
- How can I learn more?
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