Teaching Phoneme Awareness 2023: A Guide for Educators
A significant body of research conducted for decades established the critical contribution of phonemic awareness (PA) skill development to successful reading and writing acquisition. Recent conversations in a variety of media sources have questioned who needs PA instruction, when PA skills should be taught, what skills are needed, and how instruction should be designed.
In support of their webinar about the relevant research, Lucy Hart Paulson, CCC-SLP, Ed.D., author of LETRS® for Early Childhood Educators, and Shira Naftel, M.Ed., Mount St. Joseph University, share the new guide, "Teaching Phoneme Awareness 2023: A Guide for Educators."
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