Reading Better with Phonics for Parents, Tutors, & Teachers
Lessons are designed for the end of the first grade and for remediation ofothers.
Phonics is recognized as a tool for pronouncing new words, but the new wordsmust be used in context, or oral language, for students to understand the meaning. These phonetic analysis lessons use a multi-sensory learning approach to understanding. This approach includes visual-auditory, visual-motor, auditory memory, auditory and visual retrieval and motor, and visual and auditory cues. Keep in mind that these lessons are one important aspect of the total skills needed for reading. instructors (parents, tutors, and teachers) can use this program to enhance their student's life-long learning skills.
reading and spelling.
* Knowledge of phonetic sounds of letters can help the student in both
* Phonics can increase vocabulary by an awareness of letter sounds and theirrelationship to the printed and spoken word.
These phonics lessons will build skills for:
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Lauralea H. Bott 3-4-2000