Self-Paced Phonics: A Text for Education
The concentration of this is not on whether or not phonics should be included in beginning instruction, but how phonics can be taught most effectively. >Includes more current references, updated standardized tests, and phonic examples from the latest Basal Series Programs. Significantly expands the chapter practices and cumulative reviews to provide more opportunities for work with both the content and pedagogy of phonics. Educators of reading fundamentals.
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Activity analyze Answers will vary approach ask the child Assessment auditory discrimination beginning reading child's responses Circle Clymer consonant blend consonant phoneme consonant sounds CUMULATIVE REVIEW current basal series decoding diagnostic diphthong distinguishes one word emergent literacy emphasis English language Examples following nonsense words following words contains grade identify Illinois State University individual sounds isolation learning to read letter names letters that represent letters that stand long sound long vowel macron Open syllable oral language orthographic symbol phonemes are represented phonemic awareness phonics instruction phonogram r-controlled vowels Record the child's represents a phoneme REVIEW OF CHAPTERS rime schwa sound Searfoss short sound short vowels silent single phoneme single vowel sound sound represented Spache synthetic phonics taught teachers teaches children teaching phonics Thomas Baer tion unit of pronunciation unknown word visual discrimination vowel digraphs vowel grapheme vowel phoneme word list word recognition word that contains