A speech pathologist's view on oral language, phonological awareness and phonics. PART 1
Oral language is the system we use for spoken words to communicate ideas, knowledge and emotions. It has a strong relationship to reading and writing and is recognised as a component of early reading instruction. Here we begin the first of a two part discussion podcast with Jane Beale, a speech pathologist, to hear her views on oral language.
Deslea Konza, Phonological awareness
Deslea Konza, Oral language
Deslea Konza, Phonics https://www.ecu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0012/663699/SA-DECS-Phonics.pdf
Deslea Konza, understanding the reading process https://www.ecu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/663696/SA-DECS_-Understanding-the-Reading-Process.pdf
Isabel Beck, Making sense of phonics
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