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    To be able to teach phonics, you first have to understand what the term phonics represents and why exposure to phonics is essential to a child’s reading and literacy development. When the word phonics is used, commonly this is described as a means of teaching reading and is not associated with writing and spelling, nevertheless phonics is essential to the development of writing, spelling and reading. Children need to learn phonic skills to be able to blend sounds, segment sounds and manipulate sounds, thus enabling them to learn to read, write and spell effectively. Phonics is often described as the reading, spelling and writing of words by the sounds heard (Edwards, 1964). It is the understanding that letters (graphemes) and sounds (phonemes)…

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    Phonics: Article Summary

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    Assignment #7: Article Summary (Phonics) According to Vukelich, Christie, and Enz (2008), “phonics involves using the alphabetic principle to decode printed words” (p. 154). The alphabetic principle is the relationship between letters and their corresponding sounds. Children must acquire phonological awareness and learn phonics in order to properly read and write. This article discusses how teachers can use name-related activities to teach their students phonics and the concepts of print.…

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    Explain phonics and how different teaching approaches may be implemented to teach it effectively. Introduction While teaching phonics is essential, many aspects of literacy learning is required to become literate. Developing a successful literacy program in an explicit and systematic way includes all aspects of phonics while creating a balanced and integrated program. Thesis statement The focus of this essay is the explanation of phonics and how different teaching approaches may be…

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    up with a range of strategies in order for them to learn how to read. One way reading skills can be taught is through the use of early, explicit and systematic phonics. Teaching phonics is the process of showing students the relationships letters and sounds have and how to use that understanding in order to read and spell words (Tompkins, Campbell, Green, and Smith, 2015). Over time the understandings about teaching children…

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    Go Phonics Research Paper

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    immerses children in valuable literature, which will improve their reading and writing skills. However, as time passes, more and more educators use phonics as the primary method of reading instruction. Those who incorporate phonics into their teaching believe it is important for students to understand the rules that govern the English language in order to encode and decode words. The Go Phonics curriculum exemplifies the basic foundation of phonics as it begins by teaching students the…

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    Phonemic Phonics Study Guide

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    of being able to read. When one is able to read, the numbers of opportunities available for a person are limitless. The five skills within reading are phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension; all of which students need to be able efficient at in order to be a successful reader. It is crucial for the teacher to provide daily activities and instruction that supports the student in strengthening their reading skills, especially if a student is weak in one or more…

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    These 26 letters are where it all begins; reading, writing, phonics, phonemes, phonological awareness, blends, diagraphs, rimes, contractions, and so much more, but this assessments focus will be phonics. Phonics, what is it? What does the term mean for a teacher? This question along with some of the main strategies teachers use to instruct students with phonics including embedded, analogy, analytical and synthetic phonics and the effects that they have been found to have on children will be…

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    Phonemic Awareness/Phonics: Phonemic awareness is the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate individual sounds in words. More specifically, a phoneme is the smallest part of spoken language that makes a difference in the meaning of a word. For example the sound /s/ changes the meaning of a word when it is at the end of a word, commonly creating a plural meaning. Phonemic instruction always occurs in spoken form, which means that all students can benefit from instruction, regardless of their…

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    Phonics are a key factor when teaching a student how to read. In the article that I read, “Theoretical Review of Phonics Instruction for Struggling/Beginning Readers of English”, they discuss why phonics are so important in the early elementary years. The article explains why in the early years of elementary school students need to spend time on focus phonics. Students need to have a strong base in phonics in order to read, spell and write. In the article that I read about phonemes and phonemic…

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    Teachers Knowledge and Perceptions of Phonemic Awareness and Phonics Instruction A well-known body of research concluded that the systematic and explicit phonics and phonemic awareness instructions improve early reading and spelling skills and prevent reading difficulties (NRP, 2000; Snow et al., 1998). Therefore, teachers’ knowledge and perceptions of these instructions affect the effectiveness of reading instructions. According to Mather, Bos, and Babur (2001), teachers were not knowledgeable…

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