- Ages: School-age children diagnosed with LD, ADD, or dyslexia
- Administration: Individual or groups
- Phonological Awareness Skills Program includes: Curriculum Manual, Instrument Manual, and Instrument Record Forms (25). Boxed.
- Qualification Level: A
The Phonological Awareness Skills Program (PASP) assesses and teaches the fundamental analysis and organization abilities that enable children to make sense out of reading and spelling. PASP is an updated and expanded version of the auditory skills component (Green Book) of PREP (which focused on analysis skills; PASP addresses analysis and organization skills). PASP is for use by speech pathologists, remedial reading specialists, and teachers who work with pre-kindergarten through elementary school-aged children with LD, ADD, or dyslexia, individually or in groups.
PASP consists of two components: the Test and the Curriculum
The Test enables you to identify and determine the instructional or performance level of those children who lack adequate phonological awareness skills, which provides methods for training those skills.
The Curriculum, divided into two major sections, has activities to improve phonological analysis and organization skills and activities to teach the words (verbal organizers) that support this process. Worksheets accompany many of the activities to give parents for supplemental use at home.
Phonological Awareness Skills Program: Curriculum Manual, Instrument Manual, and Instrument Record Forms (25). Boxed.