Tina 's : The Phonological Awareness Criterion Essay

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Tina did not meet the Phonological Awareness criterion. Due to her inability to correctly formulate words, it will affect her ability to read, as well as correctly express her wants and need and decode words. This will affect Tina’s ability to gain expressive and receptive language abilities. Phonics will be utilized to help Tina gain phonological awareness. Phonics is a method used to teach children to read and pronounce words, by first learning the sound of the letter, then grouping them, create syllables and lastly create words.
The approach that is beneficial for Tina to be able to gain phonological awareness in The Embedded Explicit Approach. The embedded-explicit intervention model is used to emphasize the dual importance of providing young children with socially embedded opportunities for meaningful. The approach provides naturalistic literacy experiences throughout the day. The approach will also utilize structured therapeutic interactions that will target critical emergent literacy goals (Justice, L., & Kaderavek, J. (2004)).The article that supports this theory is
A Comparison of Activity-Based Intervention and Embedded Direct Instruction When Teaching Emergent Literacy Skills.
According to the research “learning to read is one of the most critical skills a child will ever be expected to master”. It is during the preschool years, that children develop the skills needed to develop conventional literacy. According to Justice and Ezell, 2001 by the age of 6,…

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