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    Literacy, phonological awareness and alphabet learning

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    Why is phonological awareness and alphabet activities an important component of developing literacy.

    How will these activities be implemented with a small group of students under the direction of the teacher.

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    Why is phonological awareness and alphabet activities an important component of developing literacy.

    Literacy begins with the familiarity of the language components in speech. And for this to occur knowledge about the words and phonemes that make up the words, is very essential. During the first five years of age, children begin to form associations with the objects around them that there care-givers pair in front of them in an effort to make them recognize who is who and what might be ...

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