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  • Writer's pictureRuth Tougas

Phonological skills predict reading success and at-risk students as simple as A, B, C and 1, 2, 3!

Phonological skills predict reading success and at-risk students and the answer is as simple as A, B, C and 1,2,3! Be an effective reading teacher – Contact us for our MRS Teachers Literacy Training

Phonological skills refer to the ability to identify, manipulate ,and remember the sounds – connect, remove, add and separate the sounds such as connecting the sounds of s, m, a, sh = smash; removing the sound of n from the word jungle= juggle; adding the sound s at the beginning of the word witch = switch; separating the sound shower = sh, ow, er

If the student can manipulate the sounds, you can predict his reading success but if he has trouble manipulating the sounds it identifies that he would have trouble learning to read. This theory applies to any language with an alphabetic writing system that represents language at the sound level such as English and French - so simple!

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