Phonics Week 3-4 notes
Phonics Week 3-4 notes 2168-1_28LSLS2005001
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Date Created: 10/09/16
Phonic Notes Week 3 6 Ways to teach Reading • phonic- decoding • sight- memorization • Literature- using books • lea (language experience)- inventive spelling • interdisciplinary- use wide arrange of text around one subject • whole language- in the context of real reading and writing activities and iclude phonics as needed. A. Phonics based (bottom up view) teach letteres and sounds without context. If children can decode then they can comprehend. *synthetic- sound/symbol blending * analytic- introduce words and sounds within the word and analylize. B. Sight based (top down view) whole word approach p r s<------ chunking-----> onset/ rime. Text is predictable or pattern C. Literature (top down or bottom up) intergrated with other subjects. Balance code and meaning, asuumes that children come from different levels, often includes other types of material, writing, spelling and grammar. D. Language Experience"Van Allen"- children to learn to read the language they produce. Communiction (1960's Dick and Jane book) experience- children ditate comments, reactions, stories to the teacher. studying- students learns to read it. Reading- students eventually begin to write their own text. E. Introdisciplinary (thematic top down) whole price of literature are used, students choose it and are encourage to interpret and make a connection to real life. use to teach! Comprehension, litarary elements and gernes vocabulary, and cross curricular elements , culture F. Whole Language approach philosophy is child based. important of teaching skills in the context of real reading and writing activities. Phonics is taught on as needed basics. (Kenneth Goodman, John Dewey) 10 Principles of Word Study 1. look for what students use but confused 2. a step backwards is a step forward 3. use words students can read 4. compare words that do with words that dont and present exception right away 5. sort by sound and by sight 6. begin with obvious contrast (-ut -eck) 7. dont hide exceptions ( look for patterns) 8. avoid "rules" and look for 'consistences" and generalizations 9. work for automatically- accuracy and speed are indications of mastery 10.return to meaningful texts
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