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resources regarding the instructional design used to teach the skill of reading

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    A Phonics Patchwork Kindergarten-Grade 2
    This article follows a new teacher's discoveries of how to teach phonics in a fun and exciting way. Utilizing many different sources, she divided the consonants into 'good guys' and 'bad guys,' taught vowel sounds through chants and songs, as well as sight...

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    Direct Instruction Lesson Plan with Manipulatives - Language Arts Kindergarten-Grade 1
    A kindergarten language arts lesson developing phonemic awareness, practicing letter recognition, letter sounds and sight words, and more.

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    Getting Action Into Phonics Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Shirani de Alwis-Chand describes action phonics and shows how music, rhythm, and movement can be used to enhance memory. Discussed are the essential features of action phonics: breath control, pointer control, verbal clues, exaggerated articulation, vowel...

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    Letters and Sounds - Establishing the Foundation for Reading Kindergarten-Grade 3
    This 2012 NAD Teachers Convention presentation provides best practice techniques to teach letter sounds and letter formations.This systematic instruction ensures that even our at-risk students master these foundational skills and have a successful start to...

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    Making Education Work Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The combined efforts of school and home as well as reading, phonics, math, writing, science, and homework are important areas in which schools can make education work. A discussion of the U.S. Department of Education's "What Works: Research About Teaching...

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    Strategies for Helping Beginning Readers With Dyslexia Kindergarten-Grade 2
    A multisensory approach to phonics is important for reading success. Dyslexics' problems are not caused by lack of intelligence, incompetent instruction, or insufficient social interaction. What can a teacher do? The teacher must bolster the child's sense...

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    The Role of Phonemic Awareness and Phonics in Beginning Reading Kindergarten-Grade 3
    The focus of this article is the importance of phonemic awareness and phonics instruction in teaching beginning reading. Topics discussed include the five levels of phonemic awareness, namely, oral rhyming, oddity tasks, oral blending, oral phoneme segmentation,...

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    What's so Jolly about Phonics? Preschool-Grade 1
    A kindergarten teacher reflects on the alphabet lessons she implemented, emphasizing the fun, interactive, and multi-sensory approach of "jolly phonics."