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Describe 2-3 listening and speaking activities or strategies teachers could use to help students develop phonemic awareness and develop an understanding about sounds and symbol systems. Why is it important for the teacher to provide opportunities for integrating phonological awareness activities throughout the school day? Phonemic awareness is the ability of the student to focus on specific sounds in words. This type of awareness includes four developmental levels, word awareness, syllable awareness, onset-rime awareness, and phonemic awareness. “This article features activities designed to stimulate the development of phonemic awareness in preschool and elementary school children” (Adams & Foorman, 2018). One listening activity we use in our school is Pass the Message. The students are in a circle and we whisper a message in the student's ear. Usually it is a short message with rhyming words. The message is passed to all the students in the group and the last student repeats aloud what the

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