Sound it Out!: Phonics in a Comprehensive Reading Program
Sound it Out! answers the questions, "Why is phonics important?" and "How can phonics help children learn to read?" as well as others, showing how phonics fits into the overall process of a child's learning to read, and how phonics can be integrated successfully into a classroom reading program. The text includes a wealth of suggestions for practical classroom applications and a solid research knowledge base so readers will understand what they are doing, why they are doing it, and why it works.
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The Place of Phonics in Learning
What Is Phonics Anyway?
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