Here is everything prospective reading teachers need to know in order to introduce phonics to elementary school children in a way that's interesting and effective. This concise handbook shows future teachers how to teach phonics while, at the same time, afilling in the gapsa in their personal knowledge of the subject. Coverage is focused on decoding, the lynchpin skill in literacy development. Part I addresses the relationship between phonics and literacy, and provides a six-chapter tutorial that will test the reader's own level of skill. In Part Two, dozens of classroom activities are arranged in the order in which research has shown phonics knowledge to be acquired. New coverage includes Onsets and Rimesaaddressing common phonemic combinations; Numerous fresh, engaging phonics activities that reflect the latest research in the field. For prospective early childhood reading teachers.Self-instruction, Methods, and Activities J. Lloyd Eldredge. no y w r gh y 17. The answer ... The letter . is used by itself to represent a vowel phoneme. However, it is also used with ... Vowel Phonemes air, are, ere ear eer, ear ire 10. 64 Phonics anbsp;...
|Title||:||Phonics for Teachers|
|Author||:||J. Lloyd Eldredge|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2003-06|