Classroom Phonological Awareness Instruction and Literacy Outcomes in the First Year of School

  • Carson K
  • Gillon G
  • Boustead T
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Despite strong investment in raising literacy achievement for all children, significant inequalities in literacy outcomes continue to exist among some of the world's most advanced economies. This study investigated the influence of a short, intensive period of phonological awareness (PA) instruction implemented by classroom teachers on raising the literacy achievement of children with and without spoken language impairment (SLI).

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  • Karyn L. Carson

  • Gail T. Gillon

  • Therese M. Boustead

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