RRR: REMEDIAL READING RESCUE: PHONOLOGICAL AWARNESS
PART TWO OF a series in remedial reading PowerPoint Presentation.
Phonological awarness is a basic skill all readers need in order to decipher reading material. The specific letter sounds within a word must be accurately sounded and heard in order for the reader to understand the word, and eventually its meaning.
This presentation explains the basic skill to the student, demonstrates its proper use and provides a variety of exercises in order to practice and perfect the skill.
There are two main theories for the nature of Reading: Psycholinguistic guessing game and Complex series of skills. This program encompasses mainly the mastery of the reading skills necessary to achieve comprehension. It is this authors believe that only with a sound basis in the fundamentals, will the reader be able to "guess" the meaning of any passage.
Vince Konicek, earned his Master's Degree in Educational Psychology, at University of California - Riverside. Under the tutelage of Dr. Harry Singer, Vince studied and researched the many different theories of reading, and has incorporated many into his RRR: Remedial Reading Rescue Program.
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