Kim Burnim: Of course. The letter c, for example, sometimes stands for the same sound as the letter k, as in the word “cat,” and sometimes stands for the same sound as the letter s, as in the word “city.” The most common sound for the letter c is the “k” sound, so that’s what we teach children first. Another example is the letter a—sometimes it represents the short a sound, as in the word “cap,” and sometimes it represents the long a sound, as in the word cape. We usually teach the short a sound first, because that’s more common, and then teach the long a sound later on.
             Figure 8. Result of Heuristic Evaluation on General Feedback  V. CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION FOR FUTURE STUDY “Bijak Membaca” is an interactive multimedia application that blends the Phonic Reading Technique and Multisensory Approach to improve dyslexics reading skill. Results obtained from Heuristic Evaluation indicate that this application successfully integrates those learning strategies as most of them agree with the content and structure. It shows that this application is designed and arranged in a proper way that suits dyslexics’ preferences. Credit is also given for the use of multimedia elements in this application as its interface design is easy to understand with good navigation arrangement. Generally, most of the evaluators agree that this application can give a significant impact to dyslexics as it is interesting, user-friendly, attractive, supportive, and valuable.  “Bijak Membaca” can be an alternative reading tool for dyslexics to improve their reading with the effectiveness of the Phonic Reading Technique and Multisensory Approach. However, there are some improvements that are suggested by the evaluators such as inclusion of all letters instead of critical letters for the dyslexics, different types of exercises in reading activity and entertainment elements. In future, this research can be extended with the inclusion of Intelligent Multisensory Approach as part of the content so that dyslexics can fully utilize their verbal, visual and psycho-motor abilities.   REFERENCES  [1]  R. P. Rachel. “D is for…, Scholastic Parent & Child”, ProQuest Education Journals, 18(2), pp. 93-95, Oct. 2010  [2] C. Singleton. “Understanding Dyslexia”, Lucid Research, 19, Jan. 2003.  [3]  H. Sampath, J. Sivaswamy and B. Indurkhya. “Assistive System for Children with Dyslexia and Autism”,  ACM SIGACCESS Accessibility and Computing, Issue 96, Jan. 2010.    [4]   L. L. Wah. “Development of Multimedia Learning Resources for Children with Learning Disabilities in an Undergraduate Special Eduction Technology Course”, MDEC, 1(8), 2007.   [5]   P. Tzouveli, A. Schmidt, M. Schneider, A. Symvonis and S. Kollias.  “Adaptive Reading Assistive for the Inclusion of Students with Dyslexia : The AGENT - DSYL Approach”, Eighth IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Tecnologies, pp. 167-171, 2008.  [6]   J. Ohene-DJan and R. Begum. "Multisensory Games for Dyslexic Children", Eighth IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Tecnologies, pp. 1040-1043, 2008.  [7]  S.S.Ismail, R.Ismail E.M.Mohd Mahidin, K.Umar and M.Z.Mohd Yusoff, “E-Z Disleksia For Dyslexic Children”, in Proceedings of Regional Conference on Knowledge Integration in ICT 2010, pp. 435-445, 2010.  [8]  A. Scruggs. “Effective Reading Instruction Strategies for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities”  Lynchburg College.   [9]  N. N. Eliani and A. Othman. “Siri Cepat membaca : Bacalah Anakku”, One-Stop Language & Computer Consultancy, 2011.  [10] G. Myles. “Pronounciation Activities in Extensive Reading Classes”, Extensive Reading World Congress Proceeding, 1, pp. 172-175, 2012.  [11] I. Zahid and M. S. Omar. “Fonetik dan Fonologi. Malaysia”, PTS Professional, 2006.  [12] K. Hamdi and L. Chonlada. “Effects of Intensive Phonics Instruction on Reading and Spelling Attainment of Thai Grade 5 Learners with Reading Difficulties”,  The 3rd International Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences, Prince of Songkla University Proceedings-Teaching Techniques, 2011.  [13] J. Khakhar and S. Madhvanath. “Jolly mate : Assistive Technology for Young Children with Dyslexia."  12th International Conference on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition, 5, 2010.  [14] R. A. Bolhasan.  “A Study of Dyslexia among Primary School Students in Sarawak, Malaysia”, School of Doctoral Studies Journal, 1, pp. 250-265, 2009.  [15] L. M. H Abdullah, S. Hisham, and S. Parumo. “MyLexics : An Assistive Courseware for Dyslexic Children to Learn Basic Malay Language”,  SIGACCESS ‘09, 2009.  2012 IEEE Colloquium on Humanities, Science & Engineering Research (CHUSER 2012), December 3-4, 2012, Kota Kinabalu,Sabah, Malaysia558

Schwa is the third sound that most of the single vowel spellings can represent. It is the indistinct sound of many a vowel in an unstressed syllable, and is represented by the linguistic symbol /ə/; it is the sound of the o in lesson, of the a in sofa. Although it is the most common vowel sound in spoken English, schwa is not always taught to elementary school students because some find it difficult to understand. However, some educators make the argument that schwa should be included in primary reading programmes because of its vital importance in the correct pronunciation of English words.

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Jika anda penggemar menonton Film apalagi suka mendownload film online, ada baiknya anda menonton dan mendownload film favorit anda tidak menggunakan subtitle bahasa Indonesia. Usahakan dalam menonton dan download film favorit anda gunakan subtitle bahasa inggris. Ini berfungsi untuk melatih pendengaran anda dan membiasakan mendengar bahasa inggris. Dengan cara menonton dan mendengar Film menggunakan subtitle bahasa inggris anda terbiasa dan diharapkan mampu memahami percakapan yang akan anda lakukan.
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Salah satu manfaat metode fonik dalam mengajar membaca Bahasa Inggris adalah metode ini dapat mengenalkan anak Anda pada alfabet dan berbagai bunyi. Bahasa Inggris memiliki 26 huruf alfabet, 21 bunyi vokal, dan 22 bunyi huruf konsonan. Anda bisa mengajarkan si kecil huruf alfabet dan berbagai jenis bunyi huruf dalam Bahasa Inggris. Setelah itu, Anda bisa meminta anak Anda untuk merangkai beberapa kombinasi huruf konsonan dan vokal untuk membentuk kosakata dalam Bahasa Inggris.
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So much going on in my head at the moment. Reflecting on The Prophet Muhammad Pbuh journey Isra Mi'raj di hari libur ini dan berrefleksi dengan perjalanan pribadi sebelum Ramadan inshaAllah Bismillah, Sedang mereview + nyiapin belajaran, transformasi super keren dan indah InshaAllah! Are you ready for Ramadan? (semua materi berbahasa Indonesia) I'll be honest with you Mungkin kalian mikir, hidup saya tidak banyak cela, tidak berantakan, highly organized tidak seperti kebanyakan wanita. TRUST ME! Saya melewati sebanyak perjalanan ups and downs seperti semua wanita yang ada atau pernah ada dimuka bumi ini. Berjalan dengan ego yang memar atau kepercayaan diri yang terluka. I'll also will be honest, Meski semua hal terencanakan dan organized dan simplyfying itu CINTA saya, termasuk bahkan journal Ramadan yang di foto ini sudah released sejak Ramadan tahun lalu, dan segala hal diseputar Ramadan kami sekeluarga selalu sangat sederhana, terencana tapi selalu ada sesuatu yang kami perbaiki dan kami tumbuh dengannya (tumbuh daripun kondisi Ramadan yang paling tidak ideal), dengan ultimate goal bukan kesempurnaan, karena Itu Milik Allah semata. 🌹 Tapi membuka ruang untuk mengajak muslimah lain untuk belajar bersama, saling mendukung untuk bersiap Ramadan itu sesuatu yang berat buat saya. 🙏 So ladies... Please bear with my imperfection or high expectacy from you that I might not be able to deliver. 🌹 I'll do my best to speak clear and directed and brutally honest and help you to learn from what I've done for all these years. Preparing Ramadan as a muslimah a mom, etc business woman or simply busy and sometimes disconnected ke Ramadan yang inshaAllah lebih bermakna dengan seiring kita menyederhanakan hidup, berefleksi, bertumbuh, berubah untuk akhirnya siap untuk Ramadhan. Heads up aja: Kelas ini biayanya sangat-sangat terjangkau, (and some may get help with FREE to join). Pendaftaran inshaAllah dibuka besok, dan ditutup 9 April 2019. Kelas dimulai 10 April berakhir 3 Mei 2019.
Phonics training appears to be effective for improving some reading skills. Specifically, statistically significant effects were found for nonword reading accuracy (large effect), word reading accuracy (moderate effect), and letter‐sound knowledge (small‐to‐moderate effect). For several other outcomes, there were small or moderate effect sizes that did not reach statistical significance but may be meaningful: word reading fluency, spelling, phonological output, and reading comprehension. The effect for nonword reading fluency, which was measured in only one study, was in a negative direction, but this was not statistically significant. 									

4. See, for example, Heidi Anne E. Mesmer, Letter Lessons and First Words (Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, forthcoming); Donald R. Bear et al., Words Their Way: Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary, and Spelling Instruction (New York: Pearson, 2015); and Sharon Walpole and Michael C. McKenna, How to Plan Differentiated Reading Instruction (New York: Guilford Press, 2017).
Once students grasp the alphabet, and know the sound each letter represents they continue on to blend these letter-sound pairings together to read a word. They can then distinguish between similar sounds (e.g. “three,” “free,” and “tree), and phonics success is just around the corner. An effective homeschool phonics curriculum will involve frequent reinforcement and review of these skills.
To understand concept of word in print, children need to watch others reading print and pointing to words.6 In classrooms, this may be a teacher reading charts or big books to children and pointing to the words as they read. Teachers may also use pointers and sometimes ask children to point to words. In addition to watching others, children need to practice pointing to words themselves. A great way to do this is to allow children to point to words in a memorized line of print, in a dictated story of their own words, or in a simple book with short, repetitive sentences. Although it sounds like a really simple task, it is not. In fact, there are actually stages that occur as children learn to point to print. Specifically, they must gain control of multisyllabic words and show understanding that a word like elephant, with three syllables, is actually one unified word. When children cannot handle multisyllabic words, they will point to new words for each syllable in a word (e.g., if the text said “kittens cry,” the child would point at the word “kittens” for the syllable kit and then point at the word “cry” for the syllable tens).
BUKU adalah Jendela ilmu, karena memang dengan buku kita bisa tahu banyak sesuatu. tak heran jika banyak manusia begitu menganggap buku sebagai sesuatu yang melambangkan pengetahuan. Tak heran pula jika banyak orang yang mencoba untuk membangun perpustakaan sebagai tempat dari jendela ilmu tersebut. Berikut adalah daftar 10 perpustakaan terbesar di dunia : 1. Library of Congress Library of Congress ini berada di Washington DC, Amerika Serikat. Library of Congress didirikan pada 1800. Perpustakaan ini memiliki stock lebih dari 30 juta buku. Library of Congress muncul di film National Treasure 2. 2. National Library of China National...
Imagine going to work for a shipbuilding company. You go to work the first day and are schooled in all the different types of bolts, screws, and nails. You learn their names, the different sizes, and the different types, but you never learn that their purpose is to join pieces of metal and that those pieces of metal are used to build ships! Although this situation is clearly ridiculous, it is actually analogous to what we see in some prekindergarten and kindergarten classrooms. Children are being taught to name letters or even identify the sounds that the letters represent, but they are unclear about why they are learning it. Letter-sound knowledge is being learned in a vacuum; the child has no context for how to use the information, no “big picture.”
Jika anak memulai sekolah di Perth dalam usia yang ‘nanggung, yaitu usia-usia 5-6 tahun, akan muncul sedikit tantangan bagi ortu dalam upaya belajar mereka. Anak-anak dalam usia seperti ini pastilah sudah pernah mengenal huruf ABC dan mengejanya dalam bahasa Indonesia, tetapi belum benar-benar bisa membaca. Dengan cara pengucapan yang sangat berbeda, wah…anak-anak pasti mengalami kebingungan. Setahu dia, What You See is What You Say! heheheheh…in English, of course you cannot just say what you see! Jika mempunyai anak-anak yang Verbal Geeks, wow…alhamdulillah deh, nggak perlu dibantu juga langsung ‘nangkep. Tetapi, saya yakin rata-rata anak akan mengalami learning curve shock! 									
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