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D'ailleurs, comme le soulignent Yopp et Yopp (2012), la lecture a voix haute de ce genre de textes contribue justement a construire les connaissances anterieures des eleves, ce qui est essentiel a la comprehension en lecture.
Dar respuesta a sus necesidades de conocimiento, a sus preguntas, y a su interes por estos textos, impulsando asi su motivacion por leerlos (Yopp & Yopp, 2006).
Este aumento de lipidos y carbohidratos a elevadas salinidades podria estar involucrado en la proteccion ante el estres salino, como lo sugiere Ritter y Yopp, (1993) en la cianobacteria Aphanothece halophytica.
The early studies that established the phonology-reading link used a variety of experimental, non-standardized procedures for assessment, intervention and prediction of future performance (Bradley & Bryant, 1983; Rosner & Simon, 1971; Yopp, 1988).
Phonemic segmentation, the most difficult PA task, is considered the best predictor of reading ability in children by 4th grade (Bryant, MacLean, Bradley, & Crossland, 1990; Calfee & Norman, 1998; Juel, 1988; Muter, Hulme, Snowling, & Taylor, 1997; Nation & Hulme, 1997; Raz & Bryant, 1990; Yopp, 1988).
Adams (1990) and Yopp (1998) also have defined differing degrees of performance difficulty on tasks of phonological awareness and associated them with children's age.
Phonological awareness (PA) is traditionally defined as a broad level of metalinguistic awareness and refers to the sensitivity to any size unit of sound within the speech stream (Yopp & Yopp, 2000).
To help students engage in structured decision-making activities and examine multiple sides of an issue, teachers are encouraged to use strategies such as PMI (plus, minus, and interesting) charts, decision-making trees, and weighted sum charts (Guillaume, Yopp, & Yopp, 2007).
These levels of phonological awareness vary in terms of complexity and difficulty (Ehri et al, 2001; Foy & Mann, 2009; Puffpaff, 2009; Swan & Goswami, 1997; Yopp, 1988), emerge at different stages in a child's linguistic development (Goswami & Bryant, 1990) and may be assessed through many different tests (Denton, Hanbrouck, Weaver, & Riccio, 2000).
Although many universities have collaborative experiences for general educators and special educators, there are few empirical studies (Blanton, Blanton, & Cross, 1994; Patriarcha & Lamb, 1990; Yopp & Guillarme, 1999).