What every teacher should know Reading 101: A Guide to Teaching Reading and Writing Introduction: How Children Learn to ReadCourse ModulesPrint AwarenessPre-testIn DepthIn PracticeAssignmentsPost-TestPhonological and Phonemic AwarenessPre-TestIn DepthIn PracticeAssignmentsPost-TestPhonicsPre-TestIn DepthIn PracticeAssignmentsPost-TestFluencyPre-TestIn DepthIn PracticeAssignmentsPost-TestVocabularyPre-TestIn DepthIn PracticeAssignmentsPost-TestSpellingPre-TestIn DepthIn PracticeAssignmentsPost-TestComprehensionPre-TestIn DepthIn PracticeAssignmentsPost-TestWritingPre-TestIn DepthIn PracticeAssignmentsPost-TestAssessmentPre-TestIn DepthIn PracticeAssignmentsPost-TestTeacher ToolboxThe Struggling ReaderAlphabetic PrinciplePhonological AwarenessDecodingClassroom ManagementDifferentiated InstructionLanguage Arts BlocksGlossaryResourcesBecoming a Certified Literacy Teacher Phonemic Awareness: Post-Test The ability to hear, identify, and manipulate the onsets and rimes in words is called___________: a. phonics b. phonological awareness c. phonemes d. phonemic awareness The ability to hear, identify, and manipulate discrete, individual sounds in words is called _________. a. phonics b. phonological awareness c. phonemes d. phonemic awareness How many speech sounds are there in the English language? a. between 26 and 28 b. between 30 and 32 c. between 42 and 44 d. none of the above An example of phonemic awareness is: a. a child writing his own name b. a child categorizing pictures that begin with the same sound c. a child retelling a story d. a child re-reading a story to help foster his fluency Phonemic awareness activities include: a. blending sounds together to make a word b. identifying words that begin with the same letter c. breaking a word into individual sounds d. all of the above Phonological awareness activities include________________: a. syllable blending b. story writing c. text comprehension d. none of the above Digraphs such as "sh" make ___________ sound(s). a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. none of the above When teaching phonological awareness, teachers should: a. use multisensory activities b. teach each skill to mastery c. start with the simplest skills and build to harder skills d. all of the above Phonemic awareness: a. can be assessed by teachers b. is a necessary component of reading c. can be introduced to students as a game d. all of the above Phonemic awareness is one part of ____________, which also includes activities on phonemes, rhymes, syllables, and more: a. phonological awareness b. text comprehension c. print awareness d. all of the above Leave this field blank Reading 101 is a collaboration with the Center for Effective Reading Instruction and The International Dyslexia Association.