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Describe strategies to promote phonological awareness among children whose home language is other than english

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Is this homework? Or are you a teacher in need of ideas? Personally, I despise phonics. I learned by sight reading (memorization); phonics said aloud sounds like speech impediments, to me.

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Are you taking the Ohio CDA credential course?

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