Research shows that the phonological awareness of pre-school children is the most powerful predictor of success in learning to read and spell. Sound Hearing is designed to systematically teach students who have poor phonological awareness the specific skills in which they have a deficit. Poor phonological awareness and in particular poor phoneme manipulation skills are also associated with reading difficulties and critical for reading fluency (see Kilpatrick, 2015, Essentials of Assessing and Overcoming Reading Difficulties).This photocopiable version is for teachers and schools and consists of an assessment tool, real and nonsense word drills, minimal pair exercises and activities for commonly confused sounds and words.
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