A student with general phonological awareness can learn to read fluently, even if the student has not yet developed awareness of speech sounds at the phoneme level. Correct Answer: false
If a student analyzes the sounds and syllables in a word, it is easier for the student to store the word in semantic memory. Correct Answer: true
Read the following list of classroom activities. Select the one that targets phonological awareness only, without attempting to address other language skills. Correct Answer: Ms. Chang says a word and has students repeat it, clap for each syllable, and count the syllables.
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