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Unpublished Paper
Enhance Alphabet Knowledge
  • Ana Paz, Florida International University

Providing a child the opportunity to succeed in school is a main worry of parents and teachers. When children are able to connect letters with their corresponding sounds allows for literacy to grow. Using Enhanced Alphabet Knowledge (EAK) instruction will allow children to evolve their literacy skills by connecting. Connecting alphabet knowledge in four year old children can allow for pre-reading skills to emerge early. By focusing on daily enhanced alphabet knowledge lessons children will be able to connect upper case letters and lower case letters with their corresponding sounds. Children will also have the ability in identifying print-awareness.

  • Enhanced Alphabet Knowledge,
  • Literacy,
  • Preschool,
  • Alphabet Knowledge
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Ana Paz. "Enhance Alphabet Knowledge" (2015)
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