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pho·ne·mic

(fō-nē'mik),
Pertaining to or having the characteristics of a phoneme.
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Second, converging evidence suggests that specific phonological tasks, especially phonemic segmentation, are strong predictors of beginning reading ability (Muter, Hulme, Snowling, & Taylor, 1997; Kaminski & Good, 1996; O'Connor & Jenkins, 1999; Snider, 1997; Spector, 1992; Wagner, Torgesen, Rashotte, Hecht, Barker, et al.
Much of our new confidence in being able to identify children at risk for reading failure before reading instruction begins depends on the use of tests of phonemic awareness, since this ability has been shown to be causally related to the growth of early word reading skills (Lundberg, Frost, & Peterson, 1988; Wagner et al.
While most students adequately learn early reading skills (such as phonemic awareness and letter-sound correspondence), others have great difficulty in acquiring such entry level decoding skills (Beck & Juel, 1995).
Salomon has rightly countered that the Greek distinction of vowel length is very haphazard and incomplete, (12) whereas the Indian sound table and alphabet are strictly phonemic and well ordered.
Interactive Phonemic Awareness Game have been named winners of Learning Magazine's 2013 Teachers' Choice[sup.
The author explores different perspectives on the role of phonemic awareness; mastery of phonemic awareness skills as a prerequisite to decoding is contrasted with the belief that decoding will result in phonemic awareness, even if it is not explicitly taught.
This study assessed the effects of McGraw Hill Phonemic Awareness on the phonemic awareness skills of 5 preschool children with developmental delays.
Even though reading requires phonemic awareness, skills that severely learning disabled students don't have, those skills can be developed through the use of students language experiences.
Regina Walsh in her article 'Word games: the importance of defining phonemic awareness' highlights the importance of phonemic awareness for assisting young children to read and write and suggests that the debate around this has been due in part to inaccurate definitions of the concept.
The five areas that the science lays out are phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, comprehension and fluency--those are the things that we have to teach kids.
Word PlayHouse is designed to provide students with visual impairments the opportunity to participate in classroom activities that focus on phonics, spelling, and phonemic awareness.