Reading Instructional Resources Database - Literary References (Search Results)
The essential cognitive elements of the reading process have been outlined in the cognitive framework of reading. To assist educators in organizing their practice around the cognitive framework, we've created a way to easily search for instructional activities and literary references that specifically address skills and knowledge outlined by the cognitive framework of reading.
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Phonemic Awareness: Playing with sounds to strengthen beginning reading skills
|Author: Jo Fitzpatrick
Published: 1997 ISBN: 1-57471-231-4
|Supports these Cognitive Elements of Reading:
Phoneme / Phonological Awareness, Letter Knowledge, Reading Regular Words
A collection of leveled phonological / phoneme awareness activities, and reproducible pictures and game cards that are used in the activities.
While most of the book contains activities that support phonological and phoneme awareness, many of the activities described in this book involve matching phonemes with written letters, which traditionally has been described as a phonics lesson.
Creative Teaching Press
P.O. Box 2723 / Huntington Beach, CA 92647-0723