THE PHONIC METHODOLOGYPamela S. CadayM Ed FilipinoJune 8, 2013
- breaking words into smallercomponents and basic sounds- is a method of teaching thatemphasize letter-soundrelationships....
TWO IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT PHONICSAn instructional strategy – a method ofteaching children to readTeaching the relations...
GOAL OF PHONICS FOR BEGINNING READER:to understand how letters are linked tosounds to form letter-soundcorrespondences an...
PHONIC METHODOLOGY Defines reading as the decoding ofgraphemes or letters into phonemes orsounds and the understanding of...
TWO BASIC STRATEGY Analysis/Inductive (Pabuod) – involves fromparticular words to the rules or conclusionsabout themExamp...
 Synthesis/Deductive – involvesreasoning from the rule to specificapplicationsExample:
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ANALYTIC PHONICS ANDSYNTHETIC PHONICS
ANALYTIC PHONICS Children analyze lettersounds after the word hasbeen identified Consonant blends (e.g. bl, gr,st, shr) ...
CHILDREN PREREQUISITE1. Good auditory discrimination2. Good visual discrimination3. Analytic abilities4. Synthetic abiliti...
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  1. 1. THE PHONIC METHODOLOGYPamela S. CadayM Ed FilipinoJune 8, 2013
  2. 2. - breaking words into smallercomponents and basic sounds- is a method of teaching thatemphasize letter-soundrelationships.Example:
  3. 3. TWO IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT PHONICSAn instructional strategy – a method ofteaching children to readTeaching the relationships between thesounds in speech and the letters of thealphabet
  4. 4. GOAL OF PHONICS FOR BEGINNING READER:to understand how letters are linked tosounds to form letter-soundcorrespondences and spelling patternsand,to help them learn how toapply this knowledge intheir reading.
  5. 5. PHONIC METHODOLOGY Defines reading as the decoding ofgraphemes or letters into phonemes orsounds and the understanding of the rulesgoverning decoding. Stressed letter sounds rather than letternames (Moe and Johnson, 1980)
  6. 6. TWO BASIC STRATEGY Analysis/Inductive (Pabuod) – involves fromparticular words to the rules or conclusionsabout themExample:
  7. 7.  Synthesis/Deductive – involvesreasoning from the rule to specificapplicationsExample:
  8. 8. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ANALYTIC PHONICS ANDSYNTHETIC PHONICS
  9. 9. ANALYTIC PHONICS Children analyze lettersounds after the word hasbeen identified Consonant blends (e.g. bl, gr,st, shr) are taught as units inanalytic phonics The child taught by analyticphonics determines thesound for oy by referring to aknown word, e.g. boy. Sounding and blending isintroduced later.SYNTHETIC PHONICS The pronunciation of the word isdiscovered through soundingand blending. The child blends these letterstogether to determine thesound. Children taught by syntheticphonics process directly fromprint to sound. So if they see theword ploy, for example, theyknow that oy makes the sound/oy/ and so can read the word. Synthetic phonics teacheschildren to sound and blendafter only a few letter soundshave been taught.
  10. 10. CHILDREN PREREQUISITE1. Good auditory discrimination2. Good visual discrimination3. Analytic abilities4. Synthetic abilities5. High learning rate and a good memory

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