What are the best sounding phonemes


Scheerer-Neumann's step model deals with the analysis of spelling errors and is built up in 6 steps through targeted support measures.

1. Logographic writing

children write words from memory

-> no phoneme-grapheme correspondence

-> only write a few words

-> typical misspellings such as letter rearrangements or omissions.

2. rudimentary alphabetic strategy

already use the phoneme-grapheme correspondence for writing

focus heavily on salient phonemes,

-> errors in the skeleton spelling can result. (Cup = TS)

3. developed alphabetical strategy

even more precise, not yet fully developed phonological understanding

error-free writing possible -> but: still occasionally known words misspelled.

equal = alphabetical phase of Frith

4. Developed alphabetical strategy, but corrected by structural regularities

follows as an improvement on the previous strategy

use more orthographic (spelling) regularities,

error-free writing occurs more often

5. Further recognition of orthographic and morphematic structures

Process of previous developments in learning to write continued.

but: more demanding words or phrases.

6. Gradual predominance of retrieval of learning words compared to construction

through frequent practice the ability to write more and more words without errors.

Reading and writing influence each other -> if she instructs at the same time

The orthographic phase replaces the alphabetical phase

Experienced readers and writers can switch back and forth between the strategies learned in both phases.