|Phonological Awareness Training
|These practices aim to help children detect and manipulate sounds in words independent of meaning. The WWC reviewed 225 studies that investigated the effects of phonological awareness training on children with learning disabilities in early education settings. Four studies are randomized controlled trials that meet WWC evidence standards without reservations. The four studies included 78 children with disabilities or developmental delays attending preschool in four locations across the United States. Based on these four studies, the WWC found phonological awareness training to have potentially positive effects on communication/language competencies for children with learning disabilities in early education settings.
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|June 5, 2012
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