Phonological ‘PH’oundations: Clarifying the Essential ‘PH’ terms to Maximize Instruction

By: | September 4, 2020

In literacy instruction and intervention, there are numerous and similar sounding “PH” terms that are often confused, conflated and used interchangeably, such as phonics, phonemic awareness, phoneme, phonology and many more.

In this blog post, educator and researcher Pamela Kastner discusses the background of these terms, and why it is essential to have a common language and a deep understanding of each to maximize instruction.


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