Essays about: "fonologisk medvetenhet"

Found 5 essays containing the words fonologisk medvetenhet.

  1. 1. The PhonicStick : Can intense training with the PhonicStick affecvt phonological ability in children with an atypical language development?

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Logopedi; Uppsala universitet/Logopedi

    Author : Fanny Lundberg; Nicole Sidendal; [2015]
    Keywords : The PhonicStick; Phonological ability; atypical language development; The PhonicStick; Fonologisk förmåga; atypisk språkutveckling;

    Abstract : The present study investigates if intense training with the PhonicStick, a speech generating joystick developed originally as a communication device, has an effect on phonological ability in children with an atypical language development. Previous studies connected to the PhonicStick and phonological ability has not shown any improvement of phonological awareness due to training with the device. READ MORE

  2. 2. Does training with the PhonicStick improve phonological awareness? : A meta study including one new pilot study

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för neurovetenskapLogopedi

    Author : Tom Ek; [2011]
    Keywords : phonological awareness; communicative device; PhonicStick; test material of phonological awareness; meta study; fonologisk medvetenhet; kommunikationshjälpmedel; PhonicStick; testmaterial av språklig medvetenhet; metastudie;

    Abstract : The PhonicStick is a joystick which has been developed as a communicative device to be used by people with severe physical disabilities. During the developmental phase the possibility of using this device in order to train the phonological awareness of 6 – 8 year old children was examined. READ MORE

  3. 3. The use of the PhonicStick in group training : Can South African children age 5-6 improve their phonological awareness by using the PhonicStick?

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Logopedi; Uppsala universitet/Logopedi

    Author : Caroline Andersz; Anna-Maria Hansson; [2010]
    Keywords : Phonological awareness; literacy acquisition; the PhonicStick; complex communication needs CCN ; Fonologisk medvetenhet; läs- och skrivinlärning; the PhonicStick; komplexa kommunikationsbehov;

    Abstract : Phonological awareness is the ability to recognize, reflect on and manipulate sound structures of a language. This ability has been shown to be crucial when acquiring literacy. READ MORE

  4. 4. The PhonicStick and Language play : Can the PhonicStick be used for the purpose of enabling language play and thereby promote phonological awareness in children with Down's syndrome?

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Logopedi; Uppsala universitet/Logopedi

    Author : Erika Lempke; Sara Lindberg Wesslert; [2009]
    Keywords : Down s syndrome; phonological awareness; literacy acquisition; the PhonicStick; language play; Downs syndrom; fonologisk medvetenhet; läs- och skrivutveckling; the PhonicStick; språklek;

    Abstract : Research shows that phonological processing skill is the greatest single predictor for reading ability and it is agreed that phonological awareness specific tasks correlate positively with literacy acquisition in typically developing children. Children with Down’s syndrome are at risk for reading acquisition difficulties, primarily because of their reduced phonological awareness and a phonological awareness based approach to literacy has been shown to be beneficial for them. READ MORE

  5. 5. The PhonicStick: A Swedish Study : How do children age 5 and 6 handle the PhonicStick and will the use of it affect their phonological awareness?

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Logopedi; Uppsala universitet/Logopedi

    Author : Emma Ager; Elin Solli; [2009]
    Keywords : Phonological awareness; The PhonicStick; Literacy teaching; Literacy learning; Pre-school class; Fonologisk medvetenhet; The PhonicStick; Läs- och skrivundervisning; Läs- och skrivinlärning; Förskoleklass;

    Abstract : Phonological awareness is the ability to recognise, identify and manipulate components in words. Phonological awareness is an important part of the early literacy learning, although researchers disagree on how the connection arises. READ MORE