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  • 1. GROUP MEMBERS: Jeneiva Hayle Claudia Artwell
  • 2. WORD RECOGNITIONIt is the process of determining the meaning and pronunciation of a word.It is the ability of the students to develop automaticity when reading isolated words.
  • 3. PHONICS SIGHT WORDS WORD RECOGNITION STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
  • 4. PHONICSIt is the understanding of letters and letter combination that represents phonemes that can be blended to create spoken words.It is the association of speech or phonemes with their corresponding print symbols (graphemes.)
  • 5. PHONETIC ELEMENTSCONSONANT BLENDS- are putting together two individual consonant sounds to make one sound.Examples: fr , bl, sm, sn, strCONSONANT DIAGRAPH- is two consonants coming together to give one sound.Examples: th, ph, sh, ch,
  • 6. PHONETIC ELEMENTS contDIPTHONG – this is two vowels gliding into each other. Examples oy, oi, ow (boy,0il,cow)SCHWA- is the suppress syllable sound at the end of a word. Examples : hospital, principleVOWEL DIAGRAPH-This is two vowels coming together to give one sound.Examples : book, meat, boat
  • 7. PHONETIC STRATEGIESCHUNKING – is the breaking up of words in parts so each part keeps their individual meaning.EXAMPLES: under-ground table-top book-cover
  • 8. PHONETIC STRATEGIES contONSET & RIMEThe onset is all the letters in a word before a vowel.Examples: hat, flag, part, cake, shakeThe rime- is the vowel and letters that follow an onsetExamples: hat, flag, part, cake, shake
  • 9. PHONETIC STRATEGIES contSEGMENTING & BLENDING – is separating and combining sounds.Segmenting is separating sounds in wordsExample: c-a-tBlending- is combining the sounds in wordsExample: cat