Early Phonological Awareness Intervention:
    Scope and Sequence
     LISTENING – the ability to attend to and distinguish both environmental and speech sounds from one another.
       * alertness (includes location)
       * sequencing
       * discrimination
       * figure-ground
       * memory (sound pattern concepts)
       * sound-symbol
    RHYME - the correspondence of ending sounds of words or lines of verse.  Rhyming is the ability to identify words that have identical final sound segments.
       * exposure
       * judgment (identify same or different)
       * production (produce word with the same final sounds)
    WORD AWARENESS - the knowledge that sentences consist of words and that these words can be manipulated.
       * pointing (words on page--notice spaces)
       * counting (number of words in sentence or phrase)
    SYLLABLE AWARENESS – the ability to hear parts or segments of phonemes that comprise the rhythm of the word.
       * counting
       * segmenting
       * blending
       * deletion
    PHONEMIC AWARENESS - the ability to attend to, identify, and manipulate the sounds that are representative of graphemes in the English language. 
       * exposure to alliteration in text
       * initial sound identification/comparison
       * sound/symbol correspondence
       * final sound identification
       * phoneme counting (with and without visual aids)
       * phoneme segmentation
       * phoneme blending (synthesis)
       * phoneme deletion
       * phoneme substitution