Phonemic Encoding

Phonemic Encoding is the process by which verbal language (words) are translated into spelled words that follow phonetic rules and guidelines. For instance, the word "cat" consists of three separate sounds -- "c" the hard consonant sound the start of the word, "a" the soft vowel sound in the middle of the word, and "t," the hard consonant sound that ends the word. These three sounds are then combined to form the word itself.

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