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Below are some resources that may be helpful in understanding and/or teaching phonemic awareness.

(Inclusion in this listing does not represent recommendation or endorsement. These resources are provided for mini-course participants' educational purposes only. Evaluation of these resources for use in practice with students is the responsibility of the participant and others involved in the education of said students.)


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Phonemic awareness programs examined by Santi et.al. (Santi, et.al., 2004, p.190):

  1. Ladders to Literacy (O'Connor, Notari-Syverson, & Vadasky, 1998)
  2. Launch into Reading Success (Bennett & Ottley, 1996)
  3. Phonemic Awareness in Young Children (Adams, Foorman, Lundberg, & Beeler, 1998)
  4. Phonological Awareness Training for Reading (Torgesen & Bryant, 1994)
  5. Road to the Code (Blachman, Ball, Black, & Tangel, 1998)
  6. Sounds Abound (Catts & Vartiainen, 1993)
  7. The Sounds Abound Program (Lenchner & Podhajski, 1997)
  8. Kindergarten Peer-Assisted Literacy Strategies (K-PALS; Mathes, Torgesen, & Menchetti, 2001)