Precursor skills
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These are skills that are responsible for the acquisition of reading in children. They develop before the child actually begins learning to read. Precursor skills include, for example: žž

  • žPhonological awareness: refers to an individual’s awareness of the phonological structure, or sound structure, of spoken words.
  • Attention: the ability to concentrate sufficiently on a text. žž
  • Linguistic short-term memory: the ability, for example, to remember at the end of a sentence how it started.

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