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Phonics Teacher Manuals

The five skills taught in  Phonics teacher Manual

1.Learning the letter sounds
Children are taught the 42 main letter sounds. This includes alphabet sounds as well as digraphs such as sh, th, ai and ue.

2.Learning letter formation
Using different multi-sensory methods, children learn how to form and write the letters.

Children are taught how to blend the sounds together to read and write new words.

4.Identifying the sounds in words (Segmenting)
Listening for the sounds in words gives children the best start for improving spelling.

5.Tricky words
Tricky words have irregular spellings and children learn these separately.

Phonics Student Books

Phonics is one method of teaching children how to read. Children are taught how to "sound out" new words by learning the following items:

Consonant letters sounds: b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, m, n, p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, y, z

Blend sounds: br, cr, dr, fr, gr, pr, tr, wr, bl, cl, fl, gl, pl, sl, scr, str, sm, sn, sp, sc, sk,

Short vowel sounds: a, e, i, o, u
Always teach short vowel sounds first: a - apple, e - elephant, i- igloo, o - octopus, u - umbrella)
Digraph sounds: sh, ch, th, wh
Two letters combine to make a totally different sound.
Double vowel sounds: ai, ea, ee, oa
These pairs say the name of the first vowel.
Other double vowel sounds: oi, oo, ou, ow
Silent e: Silent e is bossy, it doesn't say anything but makes the vowel before it say its own name.
R controlled vowel sounds: ar, er, ir, or, ur
Notice that er,ir and ur make the same sound.

The best way to teach phonics is systematically. This means moving children through a planned sequence of skills rather than teaching particular aspects of phonics as they are encountered in texts. Systematic instruction can focus on synthetic phonics (decoding words by translating letters into sounds and then blending them), analytic phonics (identifying whole words then parsing out letter-sound connections), analogy phonics (using familiar parts of words to discover new words), phonics through spelling (using sound-letter connections to write words) and/or phonics in context (combining sound-letter connections with context clues to decode new words). Regardless of the specific method used what is most important in systematic instruction is that there is a deliberate and sequential focus on building and using the relationship between sounds and letter symbols to help readers decode new words.



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