WORD RECOGNITIONIt 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.
PHONICS SIGHT WORDS WORD RECOGNITION STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
PHONICSIt 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.)
PHONETIC ELEMENTSCONSONANT BLENDS- are putting together two individual consonant sounds to make one sound.Examples: fr , bl, sm, sn, strCONSONANT DIAGRAPH- is two consonants coming together to give one sound.Examples: th, ph, sh, ch,
PHONETIC ELEMENTS contDIPTHONG – 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, principleVOWEL DIAGRAPH-This is two vowels coming together to give one sound.Examples : book, meat, boat
PHONETIC STRATEGIESCHUNKING – is the breaking up of words in parts so each part keeps their individual meaning.EXAMPLES: under-ground table-top book-cover
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
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
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