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Phonological Awareness and Primary Phonics

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ISBN-10: 0205323235

ISBN-13: 9780205323234

Edition: 2000

Authors: Thomas G. Gunning

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The book is a brief, practical guide for teachers who want or have to teach phonics. Phonological awareness and phonics are integrated so that the foundation of phonological awareness prepares students for phonics and makes both areas reciprocal. In work with struggling readers, Dr. Gunning developed a system to build on what students know and teach them to analyze words independently. He also found that students need a lot of practice to become effective readers. Phonological Awareness and Primary Phonics is a practical resource manual designed to provide step by step suggestions for assessing and instructing students in grades K-2 in phonological or phonemic awareness and phonics skills and strategies. This book provides an overview of phonological awareness and phonics, but goes far beyond that to present virtually everything a teacher might need in order to implement a high-quality, effective word analysis program. For pre-service and in-service teachers of elementary reading methods, elementary language arts and reading diagnosis/assessment and correction.
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Book details

List price: $42.60
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/25/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Preface
Phonological Awareness
A Reciprocal Relationship
Phonological Awareness and Cognitive Development
Stages of Phonological Knowledge
Phonological Awareness as Part of a Language Program
Assessing Phonological Awareness
Rhyming Sounds Survey
Beginning Sounds Survey
Segmentation Survey
Beginning Consonant Correspondences Survey
Instructional Program for Phonological Awareness
Rhyme
Blending
Beginning Sounds
Sounds in Words
Teaching Phonics
How Words Are Read
Stages of Literacy
Early Emergent Stage
Alphabetic Stage
Word Pattern Stage
The Content of Phonics
Consonants
Consonant Clusters
Vowels
Onset and Rimes
Guidelines for Teaching Phonics
Phonemic Awareness and Beginning Consonant Correspondences
Consonant Correspondence
Additional Application and Reinforcement
Shared Reading
The Role of Invented Spelling
Language Experience
Shared Writing
Using Children's Books
Using Games and Play Rhymes
Technology
Functional Reading
Holistic Application
Resources for Teaching Consonant Correspondences
Resources for Teaching Consonant Digraphs
Resources for Teaching Advanced Consonant Digraphs
Consonant Clusters
Consonant Clusters
Reinforcement Activities
Books that Reinforce Consonant Clusters
Resources for Teaching Consonant Clusters
Teaching Vowel Patterns
Vowel Pattern
Additional High-Payoff Reinforcement Activities
Scrambled Sentence
Sorting
Little Books
Modified Concentration
Modified Bingo
Make-and-Break Technique for Introducing or Reviewing Patterns
Word Wall
Secret Word
Making Words
Secret Messages
Flip Charts
Using a Sound-by-Sound Approach
Implementing Strategies
Steps for Figuring out Hard Words
Using Word Analysis References
Commercial Materials
Sight Word Texts
Decodable Texts
Software
Assessing Ability to Read Vowel Patterns
Vowel Pattern Resources
Short-a Patterns
Short-e Patterns
Short-i Patterns
Short-o Patterns
Short-u Patterns
Long-a Patterns
Long-e Patterns
Long-i Patterns
Long-o Patterns
Long-u Patterns
R-Vowel Patterns
/aw/ Patterns
Long-/oo/ Patterns
Short-/oo/ Patterns
/ow/ Patterns
/oy/ Patterns
Organizing and Implementing a Program for Building Phonological Awareness and Phonics Skills and Strategies
Setting Objectives
As an Intervention Program
Selecting Students
Size of Group
Scheduling Instruction
Parts of an Intervention Lesson
Managing the Lesson
Teaching the -eel, -eal Patterns to a Small Group
Coordinated Program
Staffing
Monitoring Progress
Periodic Evaluation
Parental and Community Involvement
Ample Opportunity to Read and Write
Checklist for Evaluating Your Literacy Program
References
Reinforcement Rhymes and Songs
Fold-and-Read Books
Index