refers to the specific ability to focus on and manipulate individual sounds in spoken words.
is a broad skill that includes identifying and manipulating units of oral language – parts such as words, syllables, onsets rimes, and phonemes.
is the connection between letters and sounds.
Ms. Henson says the following "/s/ /un/" and then asks her student to put the parts together and say the whole word. This is an example of
phoneme isolation of initial sound
onset and rime
Ms. Blue tells her student she is going to say a poem, but she needs help finishing it.
"The big bald eagle likes to fly, So very high up in the _____." This is an example of
Ms. Paulk tells her student they are going to play a game with words where one part of the word is left out. Then she asks the child to say airline without saying air. This is an example of
Multisensory instruction includes
Ms. Kachele tells her student they are going to play a game with words and colored chips. She says the following "Joey likes cake", and asks the student to push up a colored chip for each word as she repeats the sentence. This is an example of
concept of syllables within a word
concept of spoken word
What is the correct order to teach phoneme isolation?
initial, medial, final
initial, final, medial
medial, initial, final
What is this resource called?
Phoneme substitution is the easiest subskill of phonemic awareness.
Which of the following shows the correct order to teach these skills?