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Ability to recognize the sounds of spoken language and how they can be blended together, segmented, and manipulated
An instructional approach that links the sounds of spoken language to printed letters
Auditory
Graphophonemic
Involves sound
Involves sound and print
Performed with the eyes closed if not using manipulatives
Involves tasks looking at print
Example: Say the word 'man'. Ask students to say each sound they hear in the word, /m/ /a/ /n/
Write the word 'man' on the board. Ask students to say each sound in the word and blend the sounds together to read the word, /mmaann/.
Example: Ask students to listen to each sound in a word and say the word.
Example: Ask students to listen to each sound in a word and spell the word using letter tiles.
Focuses on the sounds of spoken language and how they can be blended, segmented, and manipulated.
Shows how the sounds of spoken language are represented by letters and spellings.
Provides the basis for understanding the alphabetic principle and lays the foundation for phonics and spelling.
Helps students understand how sounds in words relate to their corresponding written symbols or letters to begin reading words in print.