RAISINGA READERPHONICS IS NOT ENOUGH
A+                                     F  PROS OF PHONICS                      CONS OF PHONICSA Developmental Reading     ...
THE NATIONAL READING PANEL                ISSUED A REPORT STATING:                PHONICS DRASTICALLY HELPED CHILDREN TO  ...
BUT                WHEN COMBINED                WITH OTHER READING TECHNIQUESone technique           other techniques     ...
5 KEY POINTS & TIPSFOR A COMPLETE SET OF READING SKILLS
PHONEMIC AWARENESS  SAY WORDS SLOWLY and stretch them out so your child  can hear the individual sounds it takes to put th...
PHONICSWhen reading a word, USE A SIMPLE MOVEMENT ORVISUAL CUE to help your child move from one sound to thenext. SHOW YOU...
FLUENCYREAD ALOUD TO YOUR CHILD REGULARLY with lots ofexpression. Before they will be able to read fluently, theyneed to h...
VOCABULARYHaving children read ALOUD FORCES THEM TO GO SLOWER,which provides more TIME FOR PROCESSING what is read.After r...
PHONEMIC COMPREHENSION    USE VISUALIZATION TO HELP BUILD VOCABULARY SKILLS.    Put labels on things around the house. Fin...
BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS      FOR PHONETICS
LESS DIFFICULT                    BOB BOOKS      JACK AND JILL AND BIG DOG BILL    GO. DOG. GO!                 BOBBY LYNN...
LESS DIFFICULT                 DANNY & THE DINOSAUR MR. PUTTER & TABBY        FRANKLIN                       SYD HOFF     ...
LESS DIFFICULT                     CLIFFORD IF YOU GIVE A MOUSE A COOKIE AMELIA BEDELIA                 NORMAN BRIDWELL LA...
SIX STEPS             TO PREVENT READING PROBLEMSBEGIN DIRECTLY TEACHING          SHOW CHILDREN EXACTLYPHONEMIC AWARENESS ...
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON COMBINING READING TECHNIQUESVISIT WWW.STUDYDOG.COM
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Raising A Reader: Phonics is not enough

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The most recent research shows phonics is just one aspect of learning to read. StudyDog Adventures in Reading covers all 5 key areas of reading comprehension to get your child on the road to reading success.

• Phonemic awareness
• Phonics
• Fluency
• Vocabulary
• Comprehension

tudyDog is a proven leader in helping children quickly learn to read and has helped more than 2 million kids master the basics. The company creates interactive reading programs specially designed for early readers pre-kindergarten through first grade. What sets StudyDog apart from other learning programs is how StudyDog engages future readers as young as three years old. Similar reading software is able to engage older students who already know how to read. But StudyDog uses games and other features to connect with younger children who haven’t learned to read yet. StudyDog’s Adventures in Reading series is used in more than 3,000 schools nationwide. The lessons were designed to meet state early learning standards and the guidelines of the National Reading Panel. Founded in 2002, StudyDog programs have been used in schools for the past six years. For more information, visit http://studydog.com/ or call 1-866-643-4449.

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Raising A Reader: Phonics is not enough

  1. 1. RAISINGA READERPHONICS IS NOT ENOUGH
  2. 2. A+ F PROS OF PHONICS CONS OF PHONICSA Developmental Reading Books have been written toAssessment test proved that an compliment phonics, but theyaverage preschool graduate who did not help children read wordshad received phonics training had that were outside of phonics.90 percent proficiency. Bigger words need to bePhonics improves reader memorized and complicatedfluency and comprehension. rules make it hard for children to follow.Phonics helps children tocomprehend and decode a text About half the words in the Englishwhich allows them to language cannot be pronouncedunderstand each word. correctly using commonly taught phonetic rules.
  3. 3. THE NATIONAL READING PANEL ISSUED A REPORT STATING: PHONICS DRASTICALLY HELPED CHILDREN TO START READING IN KINDERGARTEN TO FIRST GRADEIMPROVEMENT KINDERGARTEN FIRST GRADE SECOND GRADE AND ON.... AND FAILED TO HELP IMPROVE READING SKILLS OF CHILDREN IN SECOND GRADE AND ON
  4. 4. BUT WHEN COMBINED WITH OTHER READING TECHNIQUESone technique other techniques combined techniques effective!PHONICS BECOMES MORE BENEFICIAL
  5. 5. 5 KEY POINTS & TIPSFOR A COMPLETE SET OF READING SKILLS
  6. 6. PHONEMIC AWARENESS SAY WORDS SLOWLY and stretch them out so your child can hear the individual sounds it takes to put the word together. SHOW THEM HOW CHANGING SOUNDS CAN FORM NEW WORDS. For example, changing the “s” in sing to “r” creates the word ring.
  7. 7. PHONICSWhen reading a word, USE A SIMPLE MOVEMENT ORVISUAL CUE to help your child move from one sound to thenext. SHOW YOUR CHILD THE RELATIONSHIP between theletters and sounds by starting with simple CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words like cat, rat, hot, etc.
  8. 8. FLUENCYREAD ALOUD TO YOUR CHILD REGULARLY with lots ofexpression. Before they will be able to read fluently, theyneed to have it modeled and will eventually use it in theirown reading.
  9. 9. VOCABULARYHaving children read ALOUD FORCES THEM TO GO SLOWER,which provides more TIME FOR PROCESSING what is read.After reading the material, you should have a focusedDISCUSSION WITH CHILDREN about the meaning of the text.
  10. 10. PHONEMIC COMPREHENSION USE VISUALIZATION TO HELP BUILD VOCABULARY SKILLS. Put labels on things around the house. Find ways to describe colors, textures and other things to build vocabulary.
  11. 11. BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PHONETICS
  12. 12. LESS DIFFICULT BOB BOOKS JACK AND JILL AND BIG DOG BILL GO. DOG. GO! BOBBY LYNN MASLEN MARTHA WESTON P.D. EASTMANMORE DIFFICULT
  13. 13. LESS DIFFICULT DANNY & THE DINOSAUR MR. PUTTER & TABBY FRANKLIN SYD HOFF CYNTHIA RYLANT PAULETTE BOURGEOISMORE DIFFICULT
  14. 14. LESS DIFFICULT CLIFFORD IF YOU GIVE A MOUSE A COOKIE AMELIA BEDELIA NORMAN BRIDWELL LAURA JOFFE NUMEROFF PEGGY PARISHMORE DIFFICULT
  15. 15. SIX STEPS TO PREVENT READING PROBLEMSBEGIN DIRECTLY TEACHING SHOW CHILDREN EXACTLYPHONEMIC AWARENESS AT HOW TO SOUND OUT WORDSAN EARLY AGE USE CONNECTED DECODABLETEACH EACH LETTER-SOUND TEXT FOR CHILDREN TO PRACTICECORRESPONDENCE EXPLICITLY THE LETTER-SOUND RELATIONSHIPS THEY LEARNTEACH FREQUENT, HIGHLY REGULAR READ INTERESTING STORIES TOLETTER-SOUND RELATIONSHIPS CHILDREN TO DEVELOP LANGUAGESYSTEMATICALLY COMPREHENSION
  16. 16. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON COMBINING READING TECHNIQUESVISIT WWW.STUDYDOG.COM

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