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Learning by Doing Intervention: Addressing Phonological Difficulties of Children through Audiolingual Method and Total Physical Response

Edgar Lester Romupal, Carla Marie Rubio, Cathy Mae Toquero
2021 ELSYA : Journal of English Language Studies  
In light of the current global situation, no previous studies have applied a case study utilizing both audiolingualism and total physical response to address the phonological issues of non-readers.  ...  The audio-lingual method and the total physical response in learning phonics, or letter sounds, activated children's basic phonological skills.  ...  The researchers applied a combination of learning tools to create the process for intervention in addressing the difficulties of the children in alphabet knowledge and phonological awareness.  ... 
doi:10.31849/elsya.v3i3.6778 fatcat:23p7fzag7ffpjg2yph3tkp4byq

Şiir Odaklı Destekleyici Eğitim Programının Okul Öncesi Dönemi Çocuklarının Fonolojik Farkındalıklarına Etkisi

2021 Kastamonu Eğitim Dergisi  
The study aims to examine the effect of the Poetry Focused Supportive Educational Program (PFSEP), which was prepared for preschool children, on children's phonological awareness skills.  ...  After the pretest was applied to the experimental and control groups, the PFSEP was implemented in the experimental group for eight weeks.  ...  speech has not yet been achieved in terms of final sound awareness.  ... 
doi:10.24106/kefdergi.715624 fatcat:57ip5tvukjghfgimjftq5eqmha

The Development of Sociolinguistic Diglossic Knowledge in Oral-Literacy Mismatch Situations: Preliminary Findings from Palestinian Arabs

Baha Makhoul, Thuraia Copti-Mshael, Reem Khamis Dakwar
2015 Psychology  
) need to develop linguistic awareness for both systems, as well as the relationship between them (Terry, Connor, Thomas-Tate, & Love, 2010; Terry, 2011).  ...  This study explores the explicit sociolinguistic knowledge and awareness of Arabic diglossia of forty Palestinian children in Israel, ages 6:11 -11:3 using the Diglossic Knowledge and Awareness Questionnaire  ...  Acknowledgements Much appreciation and gratitude to Oranim Academic College for funding the research and the publication of it.  ... 
doi:10.4236/psych.2015.69115 fatcat:2jjse746ybgftkhqx5nwqvgwky

Evidence-Based Multifactorial Assessment of Preschool-Age Children Who Stutter

Chagit E. Clark, Victoria Tumanova, Dahye Choi
2017 Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups  
Furthermore, speech rate may play a role in caregiver counseling (e.g., modeling slower speech) and treatment recommendations (e.g., directly targeting child's speech rate). • Phonological deficits present  ...  ., exhibited more phonological processes and overall poorer phonological abilities) than CWNS.  ... 
doi:10.1044/persp2.sig4.4 fatcat:t4wshrg6qna6bbitb7nl5npm2i

Early bilingualism, language transfer, and phonological awareness

2007 Applied Psycholinguistics  
In addition, just how the patterns of bilingual development related to the children's later phonological awareness was examined.  ...  Two interrelated phonological factors emerged: phonotactic awareness and phonemic awareness. Variation in the two types of children's phonological awareness was predicted by both L1 and L2 abilities.  ...  Verhoeven: Bilingualism and phonological awareness recommended in future studies.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0142716407070233 fatcat:fzdn5eewenglncumkfw3adyoyi

Speech-Language Assessment in the Clinical Setting

Ann A. Tyler, Leslie C. Tolbert
2002 American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology  
The Bankson-Bernthal Test of Phonology (BBTOP; Bankson & Bernthal, 1991) is the choice of instruments for standardized articulation/phonology testing, whereas the Preschool Language Scale-3 (PLS-3; Zimmerman  ...  A recommendation session concludes the evaluation with a discussion of the child's performance on speech and language measures, overall impressions, and recommendations.  ...  Conclusion Typically there is a limited amount of time in clinical settings for the examination of children's speech and language skills.  ... 
doi:10.1044/1058-0360(2002/022) fatcat:ny6qydifxrg7dld4n7smpzvdtq

Processamento auditivo central e processos de leitura em crianças e adolescentes: revisão integrativa

Cintia Alves de Souza, Danielle Cristine Marques, Andrezza Gonzalez Escarce, Stela Maris Aguiar Lemos
2020 Audiology: Communication Research  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS To CAPES (Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior) and FAPEMIG (Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de Minas Gerais), for financing the research execution.  ...  when accounting for phonological awareness and vocabulary.  ...  Non-Verbal Sounds in Sequence; MSV = Memory Test for Verbal Sounds in Sequence; OSCCI = spelling test; PA = auditory processing; PAT = Phonologic Awareness Test -Sequential Evaluation Instrument; PCS  ... 
doi:10.1590/2317-6431-2020-2366 fatcat:bbxu6yuzd5epjfitxtgoflpkki

Modelling relations between sensory processing, speech perception, orthographic and phonological ability, and literacy achievement

Bart Boets, Jan Wouters, Astrid van Wieringen, Bert De Smedt, Pol Ghesquière
2008 Brain and Language  
In particular, we demonstrated that dynamic auditory processing was related to speech perception, which itself was related to phonological awareness.  ...  In this prospective longitudinal study, we tested dynamic auditory and visual processing, speech-in-noise perception, phonological ability and orthographic ability in 62 five-year-old preschool children  ...  Bart Boets and Bert De Smedt are postdoctoral fellows of the Fund for Scientific Research Flanders. We thank the children and school staff who were involved in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bandl.2007.12.004 pmid:18207564 fatcat:6oib4roljjcpdeifxnhlbejtfq

Musical Approach to Auditory Processing Disorder and Phonological Difficulties

Rabih Joseph Nabhan, Michelle Pierre EL Bitar
2018 Open Journal of Modern Linguistics  
Lebanese students with APD suffer from lack of awareness toward their particular situation.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to examine the positive effect of the musical approach that could be of help to students with APD in Lebanon, so as to work with their phonological difficulties and prevent  ...  "The term phonological awareness refers to a general appreciation of the sounds of speech as distinct from their meaning.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ojml.2018.83006 fatcat:b2mryjr75rhfpp2xk3cebu4rae

Tutorial: Speech Assessment for Multilingual Children Who Do Not Speak the Same Language(s) as the Speech-Language Pathologist

Sharynne McLeod, Sarah Verdon
2017 American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology  
Method: The tutorial was written by the International Expert Panel on Multilingual Children's Speech, which comprises 46 researchers (SLPs, linguists, phoneticians, and speech scientists) who have worked  ...  Conclusion: The issues raised in this tutorial are applied in a hypothetical case study of an English-speaking SLP's assessment of a multilingual Cantonese-and English-speaking 4-year-old boy.  ...  Acknowledgments The development of this tutorial was supported by an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship (FT0990588)  ... 
doi:10.1044/2017_ajslp-15-0161 pmid:28525581 pmcid:PMC6198909 fatcat:7pkl4x57bbc2jahuzudoehigfm

An Exploratory Study of EmergentLiteracy Intervention for Preschool Childrenwith Language Impairments

John K McNamara, Sherri-Leigh Vervaeke, Jackie Van Lankveld
2008 Exceptionality education international  
It was hypothesized that the explicit emergent literacy approach would result in signifi cant gains in phonological and print awareness skills relative to a less structured traditional intervention approach  ...  The results hold important implications for service delivery models aimed at supporting preschool children with language impairments.  ...  program as a model for this project and for her comments on the manuscript drafts. We also thank the staff of Speech Services Niagara for their support and involvement in the study.  ... 
doi:10.5206/eei.v18i1.7614 fatcat:eksru3pj4ngr7mwm3rt5x2ruku


Leila Begić, Zamir Mrkonjić, Mirza Sitarević, Šejla Kunić
2019 Human Research in Rehabilitation  
If the student has difficulty in the field of phonological awareness, in that case the mentioned difficulties may also have a negative effect on the learning skills in other areas  ...  The obtained results point to the need for professionals to pay more attention to the phonological development of children coming from families of low socioeconomic status.  ...  Statistical data processing Research data were processed in the statistical package SPSS 20.0 for Windows.  ... 
doi:10.21554/hrr.041908 doaj:63a1a29c09834879a176bbb75f546b81 fatcat:74oo4zpv2va3ncnc3qjw63wem4

Early Literacy: Conceptual Frameworks and Intervention Approaches

2022 Hacettepe University Journal of Education  
This review depicts the conceptual framework of early literacy and describes the intervention approaches used in the development of early literacy in the preschool period in terms of content and technique  ...  The literature suggests that the acquisition of early literacy skills in the preschool period has a significant impact on academic skills such as learning to read and reading comprehension in the following  ...  Table 2 summarizes the phonological awareness skills and their developmental process.  ... 
doi:10.16986/huje.2022075079 fatcat:zrtahprnfzh5vl3aljp3nc3xbi

Fonologinių gebėjimų apibrėžtis, įvertinimas bei sąsajos su skaitymo sutrikimu (disleksija)

Simona Daniutė, Ingrida Staliūnienė
For example, a standardised test Phonological Awareness Test2 (PAT-2; Robertson, Salter, 2007) intended for assessment of 5-9-year-old children's phonological awareness skills (Cassano et al., 2016, p  ...  When assessing the phonological awareness skills of children, it is recommended to cover all levels of phonological awareness and comply with regularities of phonological awareness development, i.e. to  ... 
doi:10.15388/se.2021.v2i43.6 fatcat:viusd7zb6fexjccucfrrld5om4


2006 Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica  
Obtain a Reading Profile In preschool children, assess phonological awareness in the family language, via the parent as presenter of the stimuli.  ...  These differences are discussed in the book by Genesee et al. [2004] . It is apparent that the assessment of many aspects of children's speech and language requires specific background and skills.  ...  The children were assessed in their mother tongue and in English. The phonological processes present are outlined with examples. In addition, detailed data are presented from two children.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000096570 fatcat:3amfln2ssjck7m7ae5oigodpgi
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