The program is consistent with Virginia Pre-K through 2nd grade Standards of Learning and Pre-K Phonological Awareness Literacy screening guidelines. 

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The A-Z Who God Says I Am Software is an introduction to beginning vocabulary and the alphabet for pre-readers. The program focuses on phonemic awareness, which means focusing on the individual letter sounds. [bl1] The goal of the software is to build a practical foundation for literacy and scriptural foundation for understanding God’s nature, identity, and love for us.

 

Each letter of the alphabet has about ten lessons, or slides. First, the letter and its sound (phoneme) are introduced. Then, the student is taught a few vocabulary words that begin with that letter. These words are accompanied by corresponding images that students can click to hear the word read aloud. This progresses into interactive slides where the student focuses on beginning letter sounds, rhyming words, typing, and upper and lower case. At the end, the student un-shuffles a Bible verse which includes a key word for the lesson’s letter.

 

In total, the student learns approximately 250 words with images, 70 standalone words including the 50 most common words of the English language, and 26 scripture verses about identity in God.

 

 

WHO GOD IS SOFTWARE

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For example, the letter "A" affirms that "God is Almighty: He is powerful".Interested in how you can help a child or new reader build pre-reading skills and learn about how special they are to God? Please try our software or contact us for more information on our software programs!

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