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Click to edit Master subtitle  style  12/6/10 Phonological  Awareness Week 4, Class 1
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Today’s Agenda Phonological Awareness
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Phonological Awareness Metalinguistic skill Ability to explicitly identify and manipulate  speech sounds Phonemic awareness A subtype of phonological awareness Ability to explicitly identify and manipulate  phonemes
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How many phonemes are in  each of the following words? sigh thrown scratch ice sung poison mix shrink know
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What is the third phonemes in  each of the following words? joyful should talk tinker rouge shower square start protect
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Phonological Awareness:   Word Level Recognition that streams of speech can be  broken down into single words Appears around age 3 Substitute words in songs Clap for each word in a sentence
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Phonological Awareness:   Rhyming Recognition and appreciation of  rhymes appears around age 4
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