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Phonics Week 2 History

by: Laqueen Gordon

Phonics Week 2 History 2168-1_28LSLS2005001

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These notes consist of more history about phonics. included in these notes are schema theory, the five ideas of reading plus definitions, and whole world notes
Phonics and Word Study Instruction
Angela Miller
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Phonics and Whole Language: Linguistic Foundations, 2168-1_28LSLS2005001: (2168) PHONICS ECE (001), Phonics
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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 5 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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Date Created: 09/27/16
History of Phonics Part 2 week 2 (1960's) Whole World- when students got there words from flash cards language The most important thing to determine if a child will be able to read is the teacher. "Sesame Street" and "the Electric Company" was on television Delores Durkin (1966) did a study on children who read early learned to read without phonics. (1970) Charles Reed (1971) advocated invented spelling . Pitcher and Anderson (1977) reinforced the importance of "schema" - when a child is able to label objects based off of their experiences. Cat= 4 legs Dog= Cat Dog=4 legs big ears Cat= 4 legs, pointy ears, and whiskers (1980) Kenneth Goodman said children can read without phonics. Grounded Theory- Original idea- (Whats Whole in Whole) Children can learn to read naturally and normally. Eductaions is ran by petitions nto by educators. (1980) Leaning towards phonics again Whole language is blamed for the declined in reading scores Phonics---------> balance Reading <--------- something else word recognition and comprehension (2000) National Reading panel reports that something wrong. "No Child left behind" was the first legislation. The five big ideas of reading in order Comprehension- understanding of message Vocabulary- definition or a stock of known words Fluency- accuracy and speed Phonics- letter sound relationship Phonemic Awareness- awareness of words having sound Interactive Model is not exclusively text or reader base


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