An ability to identify or provide words that have the same sound in the beginning, middle, or final position as a target word. To teach this the teacher provides a target sound (for example) /s/, and says “Find something in the box that starts with the /s/ sound.”
The student must identify which sound occurs in the beginning, middle, or end of a word.
For example, the teacher would ask, “Which sound starts these words, tea, top, take?” This is the reverse of sound matching.
The student must be able to manipulate individual sounds by combining them to form a word. In the simplest lesson to teach this, the teacher says sounds, pausing only briefly in between each sound.
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