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Phonics

Page history last edited by Catherine Trinkle 13 years, 8 months ago


 

 

Definition

Phonics/Alphabetic Principle teaches children to use the relationships between sound (phonemes) and letters that make up the sound (graphemes).

 

Research Indicates

 

1. Phonics/Alphabetic Principle instruction should be focused and systematic. Consonant and vowel letter-sound relationships should be taught in a prescribed sequence for early readers. Phonics may also be effectively reinforced for early readers during the teaching of spelling, writing, and reading.

2. For transitional and fluent readers, Phonics/Alphabetic Principle instruction is a means to an end and should be applied during spelling, writing, and reading. For transitional and fluent readers, Phonics/Alphabetic Principle is not a subject in and of itself.

 

Strategies

1. Elkonin Boxes

2. Phoneme / Grapheme mapping

3. Word Sorts (All readers)

 

 

Resources

 

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