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Tests to the determination of phonemic hearing at children

In preparation for the school and for teaching in the lower grades is great importance in the development of a high level of literacy. A common problem child 6-10 years: writing, I hear. In the formation of correct speech and writing literacy is important to pay due attention to the development of phonemic hearing. With simple tests and exercises parents can determine the level of phonemic hearing the child and develop it at home.

Tests to the determination of phonemic hearing at children

You will need:

- flags of blue and green - the image subject, denoting words with voiced and unvoiced consonants

Instruction tests for determination of phonemic hearing at children

Step 1:

Encourage your child to play in cognitive quiz "Sly letters." Objective: To determine the level of the child's ability to distinguish between words similar in sound composition. The time allotted for each test must not be more than 7-10 minutes. For the convenience of baby plant at the table, while they themselves stand in front of (to teach to the student the role).

Step 2:

Test 1. The ability to distinguish between similar sounds by ear. Put the boxes in front of the child. Instructions: "I will say the words, but you be careful and raises a red flag only when you hear the same words: daughter-point hall-fat, bar-stick, roll-roll, bear, bowl, bowl, bowl." Say the words in a normal voice, but clearly.

Step 3:

Test 2. The ability to distinguish between voiced / unvoiced consonants. Prepare or draw pictures, words denoting the blind / voiced consonants (eg, ears, whiskers, kidneys, barrels, etc.). Instructions: "I will show pictures and name them and you have to pick up the blue box if consonant in the word deaf, and green - when the ringer."

Step 4:

3. Repeat test. Instructions: "I'll utter a set of words, and you repeat them exactly as I said, the house - that - com - barrel - a kidney - point - bump." Played three times, each time changing the order of words.

Step 5:

Results for: high level (phonemic hearing is not violated) - child understands the task, accurately distinguishes between words, reacts quickly in case of repetition, the average level (requires a weak correction) - the child admits minor mistakes, but correct them yourself, the low level (required correction at speech therapy) - a gross violation of phonemic hearing, more than 3 errors, the child does not distinguish between similar sounds, does not notice their own mistakes.

Step 6:

Correction of "Drawing the sounds." Each sound is assigned a code symbol. For example, a voiced consonant - a slanting stick, voiceless consonants - hyphen. Give your child a pencil or a pen and ask to encrypt a secret message: BPPSHZHSHSHB (for example). You should get: / --- / - /