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Phonics week 1 notes History of Phonics

by: Laqueen Gordon

Phonics week 1 notes History of Phonics 2168-1_28LSLS2005001

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These notes explains the history of phonics. It list some of the philosophers and educators who were involved in the debate or rather phonics is beneficial or not. Its also has some of the tools us...
Phonics and Word Study Instruction
Angela Miller
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2168-1_28LSLS2005001: (2168) PHONICS ECE (001), Phonics, Phonics and Whole Language: Linguistic Foundations, earlychildhood, Federal Department of Education
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Laqueen Gordon on Tuesday September 27, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 2168-1_28LSLS2005001 at University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College taught by Angela Miller in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Phonics and Word Study Instruction in Education and Teacher Studies at University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College.

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Notes week 1 Orthograpy- the study of the spelling of words History of Phonics "Mc Guffey Readers" Reading is a cognitive task. We read with our brain not our mouth. 2 Types of Phonis Analytic (analysis) and Synthetic (blend) word letter by letter down word "Dick and Jane" Whole word recognition has value but you cant put them all on a flash card. Thorndike (1910) said that theres a difference between knowing to pronounce words and comprehending it. Authur Gates- reading clinic said that they should automatically Morphett and Washburne- there is a mantal age at which children are able to beginning learning to read igniting the "reading readness" vs "emergent literacy" debate All Constructivist (children construct their own meaning. Dewey- progressive/ child centered Maria Montessori- believed in childrens senses Piaget- stages Vygotsky- Social context (1940) whole words Basal readers = reading text book (robot reading) and teachers manual Formula Readability- level of reading (syllable per sentence, word per paragraph) (1950) Thought children weren't bing taught to read. William Gray became president. He believed in phonics (1960) 90% of 1st thru 3rd graders uses basals Program reading machine (speed only) Title One- federal funded program that has certain % of students that need help with reading. (low income) Clymer (1963) how useful are phonicss gerneralizations in the primary grades vs Chall (1967) known as " Dr. Phonics" proved that phonics isn't working/


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