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Submitted On

Mar 15, 2024

Updated On

Apr 5, 2024

Breaking the Sound Barrier

Author:

Alice Leech

Narrator:

Manuscript
Cover
Files

Word Count:

13,257

Genre:

Narrator

Accents:

Australian

Voice tone:

Neautral

Performance:

Positive

SUMMARY

Breaking the Sound Barrier currently reflects worldwide research that confirms the importance of sound skills ( phonological and phonemic awareness) for the acquisition of literary skills ( reading, writing , spelling. )
Correctly identifying the sounds in words is often the barrier that constrains the progress in developing literacy proficiency. Current research demonstrates the importance of sound skills in understanding the principles of an alphabetical system for literacy progress and understanding.

Breaking the Sound Barrier, suggests activities that are designed to promote literacy skills, especially from the earliest ages and progresses through to the more complex skills of manipulation, deletion and substitution .
An easy to read resource designed for parents /caregivers and also professional personnel.

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