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Summary worksheet phonics and phonological awareness


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Summary worksheet phonics and phonological awareness

  1. 1. 1 Teaching phonological awareness and phonics to young learners Consultant: Martha Ramirez Pearson Colombia ENGLISH LANGUAGE  44 sounds - 24 consonants Voiced pie today kind very mother zoo measure jump my night sing love red win you Unvoiced Bob do good feet think see sheep hello church - 12 vowels Short sheep boot bird fork calm Long ship put bed better cat cut Hot - 8 diphthongs real make boy Hello hi how Tour (British) Where (British) READING PROCESS 1 •Perceptive Process:Recognize signsandassignmeaning 2 •Lexical Process:Attributesoundstoletters 3 •Syntacticprocess:Assignmeaningtowords 4 •SemanticProcess:Comprehendsentences 5 •TextProcess:Understandandinferparagraphsandtexts
  2. 2. 2 PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS Understandingthatlanguage iscomposedof sentences,thesecanbe dividedintowords,and wordscan be dividedinsyllables.  Rhyme  Alliteration  Word segmentation  Syllable segmentation  onset+rime PHONEMIC AWARENESS Understandingthatwordscan be dividedinsounds(phonemes).  Sound matching  Sound isolation  Blending  Segmentation  Manipulation PHONICS Teachingsound-lettercorrespondences.  Blending – cues / sound out  Rhyming  Reading/rereading ALPHABET KNOWLEDGE  Environmental print  Children’snames  AlphabetBooks  Songs  Games  Word wall FIND LINKS AND WORKHEETS:  Connectwordsto actions  Do hands-onactivities withreadings  Associate wordstochildren’scontexts  Connectvocabularytopreviousreadings  Recycle Phonemic Awareness Phonics
  3. 3. 3 REFERENCES: Adams,M. J., Foorman,B.R., Lundberg,I.,Beeler,T.(1998). PhonemicAwarenessinYoung Children.Baltimore,MD:Paul H. Brooks. Bennet-Armistead,V.&Duke,N.& Moses,A. (2005) Literacy andthe YoungestLearner.Best PracticesforEducators of ChildrenfromBirthto5. Scholastic. Christie,J.F.,Enz,B., & Vukelich,C.(2011). Teaching languageand literacy:Preschoolthrough the elementary grades (4thEd.). Reading,MA: AddisonWesley/LongmanPublishingCompany. Cunningham,P.M.& Cunningham,J.W.(2002).In A.E.Farstrup & S.J.Samuels(Eds.),What ResearchHas to Say AboutReadingInstruction(3rded.,pp.87–109). Used withpermissionof the International ReadingAssociationinhttp://www- tc.pbs.org/teacherline/courses/rdla155/pdfs/c2s3_7whatweknow.pdf Henry,M. K. (2003) UnlockingLiteracy:Effective DecodingandSpellingInstruction.Maryland:Paul H. BrooksPublishingCo. Lopez,A.and Sosa-Ortiz,Y.(2004) Developingemergingbiliteracy:Guidingprinciplesfor instruction.ColombianAppliedLinguisticsJournal.No.6,7 – 22. http://blog.maketaketeach.com/phonological-awareness-phonemic-awareness-and-phonics/#_ TEACHING RESOURCES, LINKS AND WORKHEETS: http://eltlinks.wikispaces.com/Phonological+awareness+and+phonics