Phonemic Awareness in Kindergarten and First Grade

Abbott, Mary; Walton, Cheryl; Greenwood, Charles R.
March 2002
Teaching Exceptional Children;Mar/Apr2002, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p20
Academic Journal
Defines the translation of phonemic-awareness research and intervention knowledge for teaching implementations. Role of teachers in administering the subject to kindergarten; Linkage between oral and written language; Measurement on the student growth in early literacy skills. INSET: Why the Gap Between Research and Practice?.


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