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Phonics Books LLC, Reference Series
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 64. Chapters: Alphabetic principle, Analytical phonics, Initial sound table, Initial Teaching Alphabet, List of phonics programs, Phonemic awareness, Phonetically Intuitive English, Phonetic pillow, Synthetic phonics, Teaching reading: whole language and phonics. Excerpt: 165 Article summaries including: Phonological awareness, phonemic awareness and phonics. Effects of Rhyming Instruction on Learning the Alphabetic Principle, Phonemic Awareness, and Rhyming Complexity Skills with At-Risk Prekindergarten Students. Policy and research : Lessons from the Clackmannanshire synthetic phonics initiative. Just when you thought it was safe: synthetic phonics and syncretic literacy practices. Need for systematic synthetic phonics teaching within the early reading curriculum. The effects of synthetic phonics teaching on reading and spelling attainment : a seven year longitudinal study. God's Design and Phonemic Awareness: What is phonemic awareness, what is phonics, and what does God have to do with it. A comparative study of two methods of synthetic phonics instruction for learning how to read: Jolly Phonics and THRASS. Phonemic Awareness - Rhyming - Kindergarten. God's Design and Phonemic Awareness. ; Promoting Primary Students' Phonemic Awareness through Phonics Instruction with Information Technology. Alphabetic and Phonemic Awareness in Toddlers. Cross-language transfer of phonemic awareness. The initial teaching alphabet : an introduction : an honors thesis (HONRS 499). Phonics. ; The Effectiveness of Two Phonics Programs on Sixth Graders' Phonemic Awareness and Spelling Ability. A post second grade comparison of achievement between students receiving beginning reading instruction in initial teaching alphabet and traditional orthography. THE ABC OF READING PERSPECTIVES ON THE ALPHABETIC PRINCIPLE. Measuring the alphabetic principle: Mapping behaviors onto theory. Cued Speech for the Development of the Alphabetic Principle. Enhancing the acquisition of phonemic awareness in hearing impaired students. Assessing phonemic awareness skills in hearing impaired students. Phonemic awareness: Kindergarten teachers' knowledge, attitudes and practices.. The role of phonemic awareness in reading acquisition.. Phonemic Awareness and Sight Word Reading in Toddlers. Phonemic awareness and its relationship to reading achievement. Children at risk : their phonemic awareness development in holistic instruction. A Study of the Initial Teaching Alphabet and Its Effect on Spelling After the Transition has been Made to Traditional Orthography. Comparisons between phonemic awareness with Onset-rime-analogy training and phonemic awareness with phoneme-grapheme training for at-risk first graders.. Two spelling programmes that promote understanding of the alphabetic principle in preschool children. INVENTED SPELLING PROGRAMMES AND THE ACCESS TO THE ALPHABETIC PRINCIPLE IN KINDERGARTEN. Two spelling programmes that promote understanding of the alphabetic principle in preschool children. Examining school, student, and measurement effects on first grade students' demonstration of the alphabetic principle. Using Sound-Field Systems to Teach Phonemic Awareness to Pre-schoolers. Phonemic awareness in Chinese L1 readers of English: not simply an effect of orthography. The Influence of Phonemic Awareness Development on Acoustic Cue Weighting Strategies in Children's Speech Perception. Perceptual weighting and ...
How to Teach Balanced Reading and Writing Corwin Press Inc
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'Any teacher can use this book regardless of the reading program a district may be using. It brings the various practices of reading and writing and pulls them together in a practical and useful way' - Betty Ann Collinge, Kindergarten//First Grade Teacher, Green Acres Elementary School, North Haven, CT 'This book's major strengths include straightforward writing, clear discussion of topics, excellent graphic samples, strong attention to a balanced perspective and practical ideas' - Jennifer Trujillo, Assistant Professor, Teacher Education, Fort Lewis College 'The book is easy to follow and very accessible. It is not too esoteric or philosophical, yet includes important theory and knowledge about learning. The suggestions are excellent, relevant, and inclusive' - Karen Heath, Literacy Coordinator, Barre Schools, VT Reading is a complex process, and in today's increasingly diverse classrooms, each student has unique learning needs. In the face of these challenges, how can teachers ensure that all students develop essential literacy skills? How to Teach Balanced Reading and Writing provides practical, research-based strategies for all aspects of literacy education.Presenting best practices in an easy-to-use format, literacy expert Bonnie Burns supplies guidance for providing direct instruction in phonics, using authentic texts, building word recognition, strengthening comprehension, and implementing writing across the curriculum. Aligned with the National Reading Panel Report (2000) and Reading First legislation, this book offers strategies to use with students at all developmental levels. This second edition has been extensively revised to include * o A discussion of language acquisition o Strategies for assessing phonemic awareness o Techniques for developing fluency o Increased attention to the needs of diverse learners o Additional instructional activities in every chapter Because of its flexibility, this book is suitable for both novice and experienced teachers. Its friendly, accessible format also makes it an ideal text for new teachers and students in education courses.
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