Ministry of Education & Youth
Teachers' Guide for EC Phonics Cards Print Ready January 30, 2024 ebook
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Teachers' Guide for EC Phonics Cards Print Ready January 30, 2024 ebook
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Contents
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Language
English
ISBN
978-976-639-172-0
TABLE OF CONTENTS
EARLY LEARNING
PRINT AWARENESS AND CONCEPTS OF PRINT
Alphabetic Recognition
GUIDELINES FOR IMPROVING PRINT AWARENESS AND CONCEPTS OF PRINT
1. Read to children
2. Use ―big books
3. Create and label centres and objects in the classroom or in the home
4. Encourage children to play with print
6. Reinforce the concepts of print
Other suggestions for teachers:
WHAT IS PHONICS INSTRUCTION?
APPROACHES FOR PHONICS INSTRUCTION
THE IMPORTANCE OF PHONICS INSTRUCTION
GUIDELINES FOR PHONICS INSTRUCTION
1. Introduce the most frequently occurring phonemes first
2. Introduce vowels early, but teach consonants first
3. Teach continuous sounds prior to stop sounds
6. Alphabetic order is not ideal (above Grade 1)
7. Introduce consonant blends
8. Introduce consonant digraphs
9. Introduce regular words prior to irregular ones
10. Read connected texts that reinforce phonics patterns
11. Engage students in daily read aloud
How does it work?
2. Provide direct step-by-step explanations of the skill being taught
3. Explain, model and demonstrate
4. Allow independent practice
ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS OF EXPLICIT PHONICS INSTRUCTION
THE CONTENT OF THE CARDS
HOW TO USE THE PHONICS CARDS
6. Measure understanding using various authentic assessment tools.
APPENDIX 1- PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS ACTIVITIES
Teaching Sentence Segmentation
The teacher says to the children:
The children's role is to:
The teacher says to the children:
APPENDIX 2 Sound Formation
APPENDIX 3 SIGHT WORD LISTS ...
Dolche Sight Words List
Fry Sight Words List
ALPHABET RECOGNITION STRATEGIES
Read
Use media
Provide alphabet practice
Utilize Play
PHONEMIC AWARENESS
PHONEMIC AWARENESS TASK TYPES
USING A DIRECT/EXPLICIT INSTRUCTIONAL APPROACH TO TEACH PHONICS
REFERENCES
SEGMENTING SYLLABLES AND SOUNDS
APPENDIX 4– LESSON PLAN
Attainment Targets
Specific Objectives
Materials
Strategy
Groups 3 and 4- Below Grade Level
Group 1- Above Grade Level
Group 2—Above Grade Level
APPENDIX 5—PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT
Game 1:
Game 2:
Game 3:
Game 4:
The following five quick games build reading skills:
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