Phonemic Awareness Skills

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Part 1: Phonemic Awareness Table

Complete the “Phonemic Awareness Table,” by identifying and using words from the “Birthday Soup” excerpt from this topic’s readings, script phonemic awareness practice activities for the following phoneme tasks:

  • Phoneme Isolation
  • Phoneme Identity
  • Phoneme Categorization
  • Phoneme Blending
  • Phoneme Segmentation
  • Phoneme Deletion
  • Phoneme Addition
  • Phoneme Substitution

Part 2 Rationale:

In 250-500 words reflect upon how this activity promotes literacy development. Be sure to explain how you will use your findings in your future professional practice.

In addition, describe each phoneme task, along with its purpose and Common Core or other state standard alignment.

Submit your table with your reflection as one deliverable.

APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.

You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin so it must be free of plagairism.

Tutor Answer

benwamonicah
School: Duke University

Attached.

Phonemic Awareness Table

Part 1: Phonemic Awareness Table
Task
Phoneme
Isolation

Scripting
Example:
Teacher: “What is the first sound in
van?”
Students: “The first sound in van is
/v/.”

Description and
Purpose of Task
To determine the
students’ ability
to distinguish as
well as isolate
individual
sounds.

Alignment Common
Core or Other State
Standards
Isolate the individual
sounds that make up
a particular word

Teacher:
Students:

Phoneme
Identity

Example:
Teacher: “What sound is the same in
fix, fall, and fun?”
Students: “The first sound, /f/, is the
same.”

To establish the
students’ ability
to make
identification of
phonemes

Identify the words
that have similar
sounds

To determine the
students’ ability
to categorize the
sounds that are
similar and to
also recognize
phonemic
patterns. This
includes their
ability to
recognize words
that rhyme

Recognize the words
that have similar
phonemes and those
that rhyme

Teacher:
Students:
Phoneme
Example:
Categorization Teacher: “Which word doesn’t
belong? Bus, bun, rug.”
Students: “Rug does not belong. It
doesn’t begin with /b/.”
Teacher:
Students:

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