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by Arthur W. Heilman

eBook Phonics in Proper Perspective (9th Edition) epub
  • ISBN: 0130343455
  • Author: Arthur W. Heilman
  • Genre: Education
  • Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall; 9 edition (May 8, 2001)
  • Pages: 151 pages
  • ePUB size: 1578 kb
  • FB2 size 1511 kb
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Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). com guess phonics doesn't change much. One person found this helpful.

Phonics in proper perspective. Phonics in proper perspective. by. Heilman, Arthur W. Publication date. th, and ch) ; Final consonants, blends, and digraphs ; Consonant irregularities - Vowel letter-sound relationships : Phonics instruction as overkill ; Sequence in teaching vowel letter-sounds ; Short vowel sounds ; Long vowel (glided) letter-sounds ; Exceptions to vowel rules previously taught ; Vowel sounds affected by r ; a followed by l, ll, w, and u ; The oo sounds ; Diphthongs ; Homonyms ; The schwa sound ; Sight-word.

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It promotes the philosophy that reading depends on growth in three skill areas: 1) identifying printed words, 2) expanding sight vocabulary, and 3) using context as the compass for arriving at meaning.

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As the most successful methods book for phonics ever published, this new edition continues to focus on keeping phonics and a total reading program in proper perspective. It promotes the philosophy that reading depends on growth in three skill areas: 1) identifying printed words, 2) expanding sight vocabulary, and 3) using context as the compass for arriving at meaning. By outlining the purpose and limitations of phonics instruction, it cautions teachers that beginning reading methods should not mislead children into thinking that reading is sounding out letters, learning sight words or using context clues—it involves all these skills in the right combination. Topics include: Phonics: Purpose and Limitations; Phonics: History and Controversy; Prerequisites for Phonics Instruction; Moving into Reading; Consonant Letter-Sound Relationships; Vowel Letter-Sound Relationships; and Structural Analysis Skills. For teachers of reading.
Comments: (5)
Konetav
Just like my book from the early 70s...guess phonics doesn't change much. Probably didn't need to buy a new edition afterall.
Delaath
Nice shape.
energy breath
A very thorough, concise review of all major areas of word study linked to "phonics". This is truly a must read for all early childhood and elementary teachers.
Scoreboard Bleeding
As a the director of a volunteer literacy program, I am constantly asked by our tutors about phonics. I kept thinking to myself "If only I could find a simple, inexpensive book that would not only explain what phonics is (and what it isn't), but how and when to teach it and what sequence to teach it in." Then to my delighted surprise I found this book! I plan to buy as many copies as our program can afford. It will be required reading for any tutor with a student that needs help with decoding. Also, even though the book refers to beginning readers as children, the strategies presented can be easily applied to adult learners.
Rexfire
Great, Thanks!
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