Phonological awareness is different from phonics (and includes phonemic awareness) and is an essential skill to learn to read. Therefore, it is critical to make this concept explicit for all students with dyslexia. This page and video help explain further.
Many students with dyslexia struggle with reading fluency. Not only does fluency include rate and accuracy, it also encompasses prosody (pacing and pausing) and intonation. A reading apprenticeship provides a way to achieve these elements of oral reading.