Phonological awareness resources

Professor Gail Gillon is well known internationally for her research in reading disorder and the prevention of reading difficulties for young children at risk.

Her innovative work in phonological awareness intervention has received particular international acclaim and acknowledged through prestigious American research awards. Her work has been widely published in leading research journals in speech language pathology, education, and reading.

She has presented numerous invited conference presentations and keynote addresses throughout the world.

Gail Gillon

Director of the UC Child Well-being Research Institute
Manawa, Level 4, 276 Antigua Street
Internal Phone: 93491

Her resources are available below:






 ASHA 2017 PowerPoint slides - The effectiveness of phonological awareness instruction to enhance early literacy success for young children most at risk. 

ASHA (2013) Short Course Power Point Slides

Phonological Awareness One Day Workshop (2013) - Phonological Awareness: Effective practices for classroom teachers handout

Resource Teachers of Literacy Conference (2013) - Phonological and morphological awareness workshop handout

Literacy and Learning Symposium Handouts

Day One Thursday 26th October 2017

Keynote speaker - Professor Laura Justice - Fostering reading at home: overcoming barriers that impede parent-child reading 

Day Two Friday 27th October 2017

Keynote speaker - Lynne-Harata Te Aika  (Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu) - Intergenerational bilingual literacy