Sound It Out!: Phonics in a Balanced Reading Program
Are you interested in a phonics program that is part of a balanced reading program? Rather than treating phonics as an end in itself, this brief yet comprehensive book shows how phonics fits into the overall process of a child's learning to read. It helps students understand how phonics can be integrated successfully into an effective classroom reading program. While it includes a wealth of suggestions for practical classroom applications, the book has a solid research knowledge base so that students will understand what they are doing and why they are doing it in the classroom. The text includes information about all types of phonics programs and many different approaches to teaching phonics for reading and spelling.
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ability activities alphabet books alphabet training alphabetic principle American English approach beginning reading cards child children's literature classroom combinations compound word consonant blends consonant digraphs consonant letters consonant sounds context decoding diphthongs discrete phonics elements educational emphasis end of words English orthography example focus grade graphemes helping children learn identify important initial consonant initial sound International Reading Association invented spelling involves knowledge learning letter learning to read letter names letters represent literacy long vowel sounds meaning patterns phonemic awareness phonics instruction phonograms Phonological Awareness place of phonics practice read and spell read and write readers reading instruction reading program Reading Teacher recognize rhyming words rimes schwa segmentation sentences short vowel silent silent letters sound-symbol relationships sounds in words spoken words story strategies suprasegmental syllable taught teaching children teaching reading Teaching Suggestions vowel letters wh digraph whole language word families written language written symbols young children