Consider the five aspects of language knowledge and explain how their development contributes to a child's success in school, at home and in social situations. How both delayed development and fluency relate to the acquisition of written language knowledge. How language development will, affect your methodologies in teaching.
Children are developing five different characteristics of language awareness: phonetic, semantic, syntactic, morphemic, and pragmatic" (Otto, B., 2010). Phonemic Awareness is important because before children learn to read print, they need to become more aware of how the sounds in words work. They must understand that words are made up of speech sounds, or phonemes the smallest parts of sound in a spoken word that make a difference in a word's meaning. A child needs pieces of phonemic awareness including understanding of language, understanding of language components that are mindful. Manipulation is important because the child learning to read must be able to hold and distinguish in memory both the phonemes and the letter strings that represent them. If students do not make progress by the third grade they most likely will not meet requirement of learning to understand phonemic awareness