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Phonological AwarenessECE 335Week 3 Discussion 1The example I chose to is a nursery rhyme that would encourage literacy development for children is Peter Piper. I believe this would work in a classroom With this nursery rhyme, I would use alliteration to help with literacy development. Using tongue twisters is another way for children to repeated examples of the same sound. Besides this old favorite"Peter Piper pickeda peck of pickled peppers," there are many other sources of alliterative rhymes that will help to reinforce specific sounds for children. There are certain books that can produce to teach letter recognition and letter sound, have alliteration for teachers to read to the students. “Reading the books aloud is a very easy and quick way for children to grasp the concept” (Coats, 2013). One thing it would help the teachers to know in using this alliterative rhymes and stories which can be difficult for students to memorize but the harder the rhyme to learn, the harder it will be for the students to track. Alliterations has many examples of a sounds that can be put aside for