Presentation Title

Intervention Strategies for Letter Sound Recognition in a First Grade Setting

University

Shawnee State University

Major

Early Childhood Special Education

Student Type

Undergraduate Student

Presentation Types

Oral Presentation

Keywords:

Reading, Letter Sound Recognition, First Grade

Description

Letter sound recognition is an important skill for young learners to comprehend and is also one of the first major steps in learning to read. This research project is focused on discovering research based strategies for letter sound recognition that can be used in a first grade intervention classroom setting. Other focuses for this research project include specific activities that I had found to be effective towards letter sound recognition as well as the use of active learning and a multi-sensory approach. My goal for this research project was to help struggling students build the foundation they need to become stronger readers.

Faculty Sponsor Name

Kejing Liu

Faculty Sponsor Title

Professor, School of Education

Faculty Sponsor Academic Department

School of Education

Location

ATC 220

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Intervention Strategies for Letter Sound Recognition in a First Grade Setting

ATC 220

Letter sound recognition is an important skill for young learners to comprehend and is also one of the first major steps in learning to read. This research project is focused on discovering research based strategies for letter sound recognition that can be used in a first grade intervention classroom setting. Other focuses for this research project include specific activities that I had found to be effective towards letter sound recognition as well as the use of active learning and a multi-sensory approach. My goal for this research project was to help struggling students build the foundation they need to become stronger readers.