Teaching Phonemic Awareness, Developing Phonemic Awareness And Learning Reading, Phonics For Kid.
Teaching phonemic awareness - Developing Phonemic Awareness and Learning Reading. As more research brings to light the advantages of phonics and phonemic awareness instructions have over whole language teaching methods, more parents are becoming aware of teaching using phonics and phonemic awareness skills.
Many parents today are concerned about the method that is being used to teach their children how to read, and rightfully so. The whole language method is more of a method of "word memorization", where the child is taught to look at printed words as whole configurations, much like looking at Chinese characters.
Teaching phonemic awareness skills involves the break down of words into individual sounds (phonemes), and then joining the parts to form, or sound out the words.
By contrast, whole language learning stresses the flow and meaning of the text, where "sounding out" words is not used, the words are decoded through its larger context, and word memorization plays a key role.
What would you rather do, memorize hundreds or even thousands of words based on shapes, or learn a systematic way of reading?
English is not meant to be memorized as shapes and sight objects. It becomes very difficult to learn to read by memorizing and recognizing shapes.
Phonics and teaching phonemic awareness skills requires you to memorize the letters and the sounds they represent, and with this method, children as young as two years old can learn to read successfully, and comprehend what they are reading.
Don't leave your children's reading success up to chance. Click here to learn about a simple, step-by-step teaching method that will catapult your child's reading abilities - a learning process so simple, that even two year olds can learn to read.
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