Alpha Phonics: How to Tutor Phonics Companion Workbook

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Paradigm Company, 1997 - Reading (Elementary) - 47 pages
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Fills the need for exercises to reinforce what students using How to Tutor are learning. In addition to writing words and sentences, children seem to need more exercises to cement the studies, so practice sheets in the Companion Workbook supplement their work. Includes 17 most used spelling rules and 9 most common syllabication rules.

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This book is just what it calls itself: a "companion workbook". The author discovered that as effective as Alpha Phonics is, the system would be even more so if there were a set of exercises available for the tutor and student. Besides the exercises, she also included the spelling rules which are valuable aids that will stick with and serve students for the rest of their lives. (I learned them 60 years ago and they still stand me in good stead!).
The exercises take various formats, the first being sentences with a missing letter with a choice of two given the student, such as a choice between an "e" or an "a", or an "a" or an "o". Another lesson gives a series of words each containing an "h" and the student is to choose which of them has a silent "h". The type of exercise varies with almost every lesson, holding the attention and interest of the student.
I highly recommend it!

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