Phonics From A To Z

Author: Wiley Blevins
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 9780590315104
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EH SEB EH E9 E3 word kitten based on his knowledge of the sounds associated
with the letters k and n, and his use of picture clues. However, this ... Much
practice decoding and multiple exposures to print help children to begin to
develop an awareness of spelling patterns. 4. Consolidated ... For struggling
readers, the number of exposures needed jumps to 50-100 (Honig, 1996).
Learning words by sight requires analyzing many words in their entirety and wide
reading. Beginning ...

Teaching Our Children To Read

Author: Bill Honig
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 9780761975304
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The Components of an Effective, Comprehensive Reading Program Bill Honig ...
first-grade program that illustrates how phonemic awareness training can support
a beginning-reading program for ... students would change the word to another
word, such as sat to sit and engage in other word-building activities. ... High-
frequency sight words were also introduced. ... Instruction in Sound/ Spellings All
students need a structured program that will give them the basic tools to decipher
the ...

My First Workbook Of 100 Sight Words Practice Worksheets

Author: Shobha
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781542983587
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Automaticity is the ability to do things without occupying the mind with the low level details that are required; this is usually the result of consistent learning, repetition, and practice.

Complete Sourcebook On Children S Software

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to the right Computers and CD-ROMs can help Y software strengthen kids'
reading skills. ... learning v»-*:*-^/*>- process, however, it's important that you find
out from the teacher the specific skills your child needs to work on. ... Ocean
Adventure picks up where the first title leaves off with activities that teach vowels,
blends and word structure. Both programs also include stories as well as speech
recognition opportunities that allow children to practice saying sounds and
reading words.

Reading Instruction For Diverse Classrooms

Author: Ellen McIntyre
Publisher: Guilford Press
ISBN: 1609180569
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Research-Based, Culturally Responsive Practice Ellen McIntyre, Nancy Hulan,
Vicky Layne ... than 100 spellings to represent them, and they must be able to
apply this knowledge to new words they encounter in text. ... is taught) should
correspond with children's development of word reading (Ehri, 1991) and
children's developing orthography or ... Phonological Skills and Linguistic
Differences First grader Josh had just learned to read from memory a short book
with a few sight words.

Enrichment Reading

Author: Vincent F. Douglas
Publisher: Amer Education Pub
ISBN: 9781561894321
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Activities. A. TIP. FOR. SUCCESS. Children using Grade 2 of ENRICHMENT
READING will find the directions easy to read, ... unit contains nine lessons
designed to help children develop their vocabularies and increase their general
word knowledge. Children using Grade 2 need to increase the number of words
they can read at first sight. ... An understanding of synonyms, antonyms, and
multiple meaning words is crucial to the development of a strong vocabulary and
reading ability.

Educational Weekly

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Reading exercises, 8:30, 2nd grade; 8:45, ist grade; 9:00, 5th grade; 9.25, 4th
grade ; 9:40, 3d grade ;9:55, 1st grade; ... No German allowed to be spoken by
scholars who have made any progress whatever in English. ... The teacher writes
the new lesson on the board, the class dictating each word, the use of capitals
and pauses. ... The class may read whole lines backward,the whole lesson; this
is of great benefit in teaching children to call words readily at sight. ... 3's, 4's, etc.,
to 100.

Creative Ways In Teaching The Language Arts

Author: National Council of Teachers of English. Elementary Section Committee
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It is a comparatively easy matter to start this kind of reading with first grade
children since they have had no previous experience in a reading program.
Before children can read independently, they require a sight vocabulary of
approximately 100 words. ... A variety of activities, such as the above, coming
from the children's personal experiences, provides the basis or ... the teacher's
help, they will begin the mastery of the word analysis skills which will strengthen
their independence.