Table of contents for Phonemic awareness in young children : a classroom curriculum / by Marilyn Jager Adams ... [et al.].

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  1. The Nature and Importance of Phonemic Awareness
    What Research Says About Phonemic Awareness
    About the Structure of Language
    Phonemic Awareness in Young Children: A Classroom Curriculum
    --Notes to the Special Education Teacher
    --The Structure of the Program

  2. The Language Games
    About the Use of the Language Games
    Overview of the Program
    Brief Description of the Games in Practice

  3. Listening Games
    1. Listening to Sounds

    2. Listening to Sequences of Sounds

    3. Jacob, Where Are You?

    4. Hiding the Alarm Clock

    5. Who Says What?

    6. Whisper Your Name

    7. Nonsense

    8. Whispering Game

    9. Do You Remember?

  4. Rhyming
    1. Poetry, Songs, and Jingles

    2. Rhyme Stories

    3. Emphasizing Rhyme Through Movement

    4. Word Rhyming

    5. Can You Rhyme?

    6. The Ship is Loaded With

    7. Action Rhymes

    8. Rhyme Book

  5. Words and Sentences
    1. Introducing the Idea of Sentences

    2. Introducing the Idea of a Word

    3. Hearing Words in Sentences

    4. Exercises with Short and Long Words

    5. Words in Context and Out

  6. Awareness of Syllables
    1. Clapping Names

    2. Take One Thing from the Box

    3. The King's/Queen's Successor

    4. Listening First, Looking After

    5. Troll Talk I: Syllables

  7. Initial and Final Sounds
    1. Guess Who

    2. Different Words, Same Initial Phoneme

    3. Finding Things: Initial Phonemes

    4. I'm Thinking of Something

    5. Word Pairs I: Take a Sound Away (Analysis)

    6. Word Pairs II: Add a Sound (Synthesis)

    7. Different Words, Same Final Phoneme

    8. Finding Things: Final Phonemes

    9. Spider's Web

    10. --With Word Pair I
      --With Word Pair II

  8. Phonemes
    1. Two-Sound Words
    2. Basic Three-Sound Words
      --Analysis to Synthesis
      --Synthesis to Analysis
      --Analysis and Synthesis
    3. Consonant Blends: Adding and Subtracting Initial Sounds
      --Analysis to Synthesis
      --Synthesis to Analysis
      --Analysis and Synthesis
    4. Consonant Blends: Inserting and Removing Internal Sounds
      --Analysis to Synthesis
      --Synthesis to Analysis
      --Analysis and Synthesis
    5. Building Four-Sound Words
    6. Guess a Word
    7. Troll Talk II: Phonemes

  9. Introducing Letters and Spellings
    1. Guess Who: Introducing Sounds and Letters
    2. Picture Names: Initial Sounds and Letters
    3. I'm Thinking of Something: Initial Sounds and Letters
    4. Picture Names: Final Sounds and Letters
    5. Picture Search: Initial or Final Consonants
    6. Introduction to How Words are Spelled: Add a Letter
    7. Swap a Letter
    8. Sounding Words

  10. Assessing Phonological Awareness
    The Assessment Test
    The Testing Procedure
    Detecting Rhymes
    Counting Syllables
    Matching Initial Sounds
    Counting Phonemes
    Comparing Word Lengths
    Representing Phonemes with Letter
    Interpreting the Results
Appendix A: Phonetic Symbols and Classifications of American English Consonants and Vowels
Appendix B: Suggested Kindergarten Schedule
Appendix C: Suggested First-Grade Schedule
Appendix D: Accompanying Materials and Resources
Appendix E: Ad

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Children -- United States -- Language.
English language -- Phonemics -- Study and teaching (Early childhood) -- United States.
Early childhood education -- Activity programs -- United States.
Curriculum planning -- United States.