How to Teach Phonics to Children and Adults! How to teach 100 Spelling Rules applied in 600 Phonics Lessons in 10 Books
Book 5: How to Teach Phonics – Teachers Guide
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How to Teach Phonics – Teachers’ Guide is an 88-page colored book that contains easy instructions to teach or to learn from the 10 phonics and spelling books.
Meaning of Teaching Phonics: The term “teaching phonics” is not usually used to mean learning only the ABC’s. Typically, “teaching or learning phonics” refers to learning the sounds produced by combinations of letters like the sound “cian” in “technician” and by letters that do not sound like their letter name like the “ch” in “chemistry.”
Learning phonics precisely means identifying which letter or combination of letters to choose when spelling every English sound in every English word. The 10 phonics books are for learning the spelling of nearly all of the combinations of letters and the letters that do not sound like their letter name in 32,000 words.
Comprehensive Spelling Tests: How to Teach Phonics contains comprehensive spelling tests; the words in the test are carefully selected to include nearly all of the spelling pattern of phonics.
Concepts Used: How to Teach Phonics contains explanations of old and new concepts like vowels, long vowels, short vowels, consonants, semivowels, schwa, syllables, phonics, learning phonics, understanding dyslexia, dyslexia in spelling, dyslexia in reversing letters, ending dyslexia, preventing dyslexia before the 4th grade, logical learning style, etc.
Symbols Used: How to Teach Phonics contains explanations of the symbols used in the 10 books.
More: How to Teach Phonics contains explanations of the 30 unique learning features used throughout the 10 books; and that many features in one program make learning inescapable. In addition, this book contains explanations of the teaching methodology used, of the reading aloud slowly approach, and much more.
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