Consonant digraphs are those spellings wherein two letters are used to represent a single consonant phoneme. The most common consonant digraphs are ch for /tʃ/, ng for /ŋ/, ph for /f/, sh for /ʃ/, th for /θ/ and /ð/. Letter combinations like wr for /r/ and kn for /n/ are technically also consonant digraphs, although they are so rare that they are sometimes considered patterns with "silent letters".

Short vowels are the five single letter vowels, a, e, i, o, and u, when they produce the sounds /æ/ as in cat, /ɛ/ as in bet, /ɪ/ as in sit, /ɒ/ or /ɑ/ as in hot, and /ʌ/ as in cup. The term "short vowel" is historical, and meant that at one time (in Middle English) these vowels were pronounced for a particularly short period of time; currently, it means just that they are not diphthongs like the long vowels.


Media ini juga merupakan media belajar yang interaktif, ananda dan orang tua akan menikmati proses belajar dengan cara yang menyenangkan, ananda akan ditanya huruf dan akan mendapatkan reward jika bisa menghafal/menyebutkannya. Proses "fun learning" ini yang akan menumbuhkan semangat dan minat belajar anak. proses belajarpun menjadi lengkap krn anak turut ikut serta dlm belajar dg menggunakan semua indra yg dimilikinya, mereka akan ditanggapi&menanggapi materi yg dipelajarinya, sehingga dapat menumbuhkan minat belajar dlm diri anak.


Figure 5. Drag and Drop Activity Lastly, the reading activity is designed to enforce the Phonic Reading Technique with the application of the Multisensory Approach. Children need to read the given passage and be guided with pre-recorded voice using the correct Phonic Reading Technique. Users have to link their voice, ears, and eyes to perform this activity. IV. RESULT & FINDING In order to evaluate the interface design and usability aspect of the application, Hueristic Evaluation is conducted. Heuristic Evaluation is an informal usability analysis and it is recommended to be done with between three and five evaluators to view the interface design and give their comments [21]. The evaluators should be experts in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and other similar project areas. For this study, this evaluation is performed by multimedia lecturers from the Computer Science Department and IT undergraduates who are pursuing a course in HCI (Multimedia). The reason of choosing those students as evaluators is to acquire their feedbacks and comments based on their theoretical and practical knowledge in HCI.Their task is to look into the adaptation of learning strategies and multimedia content in “Bijak Membaca”. They are given a set of questionnaires that consists of five sections. The criteria that need to be evaluated are i) content and structure (adaptation of phonic reading and Multisensory Approach), ii) interface design, sound, navigation (multimedia elements), and iii) general feedback about the application. The scale used is from 1 to 5. Table 1 shows the scale with the description that is included in the questionnaires. TABLE 1: RANK OF ANSWERS Rank Value Strongly Agree 5 Agree 4 Neutral 3 Disagree 2 Strongly Disagree 1 Figure 6 shows the result of the Heuristic Evaluation based on the content and feedback on structure. The result shows that most of the evaluators agree that this application is well designed with understandable content (mean=4.67) and reading technique (mean= 4.5), and suitable multisensory activities (mean=4.83). Figure 6. Result of Heuristic Evaluation on Content and Structure Based on the feedback shown in Figure 7, multimedia elements are designed and integrated very well as most of them agree with the interface design (mean=4.67), sound (mean=4.73), and navigation (mean=4.1) of the application. Figure 7. Result of Heuristic Evaluation on Multimedia Interactivity General feedback results (refer to Figure 8) obtained from this evaluation show that “Bijak Membaca” is accepted as an interesting (mean=4.33), user-friendly (mean=4.00), and attractive (mean=4.33) tool. It is also evaluated as valuable (mean=4.67) and supportive (mean=4.67). 2012 IEEE Colloquium on Humanities, Science & Engineering Research (CHUSER 2012), December 3-4, 2012, Kota Kinabalu,Sabah, Malaysia557
Kajian selanjutnya dalam latihan fonik perlu memperbaiki cara laporan prosedur pengagihan peserta kepada kumpulan dan bagaimana pengkaji memastikan peserta tidak tahu bahawa mereka dalam kumpulan ‘eksperimen’ atau kumpulan ‘kawalan.‘ Kajian juga perlu melaporkan dengan jelas tentang bagaimana pengkaji memastikan mereka yang mengukur kemajuan membaca kanak‐kanak tidak tahu samada mereka dalam kumpulan latihan fonik atau tidak.
Jaman suami pertama beli buku-buku ini yaitu 8 tahun lalu, belum ada versi audionya, jadi waktu itu saya yg kebetulan dah punya sedikit basic bahasa Inggris, karena kuliahnya di twinning program (lumayan bisa reading, writting, speaking bahasa Inggris secara fasih), dan tapi tetap aja plentat plentot belepotan nggak bersih bahasanya, jadi kudu super sabar belajar bersama anak-anak saya lagi, mulai dari lesson 1!! I’m serious! dan sembari mengajar, saya dikoreksi suami, mulai dari pengucapan yang benar, juga cari bahan belajar mandiri punya anak tk-sd (phonics for begginer), jaman dulu saya belum kenal you tube. Kalau sekarang lebih mudah lagi, karena banyak video belajar phonics. Tapi saran saya, stick with 1 modul dan tambahkan supplement yang bisa dimengerti si anak jika dia mengalami kesulitan belajar.
Tips lainnya (pengalaman saya diajari suami), untuk semua materi belajar anak yang akan saya sampaikan, saya kudu udah menguasai beberapa pelajaran kedepan, jadi misal nih, si anak ada di lesson 1, saya kudu udah ada di lesson 2, dst. Tapi lebih baik lagi, kalau kita udah lebih jauh dari si anak. Tapi seiring waktu, misal nih, nggak punya waktu, kita kan speed belajaranya lebih cepat tanggap, karena udah punya basic, jadi meski tadinya mulai dengan jarak 1 pelajaran, kita jadi bisa maju ke pelajaran yg lebih jauh dari si anak, dan hanya dengan modal ini aja, kita udah bisa mengajar si anak dengan sukses.
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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As well as working through the alphabet, and the sounds that each letter makes, Reading Eggs also includes lessons on phonics skills such as working with beginning and end blends of letters, the variety of sounds that vowels make, diphthongs, consonant letter sounds such as soft c, g, and y, silent letters, double letter sounds, word families, and how to work through words with more than one syllable.
The result is that English spelling patterns vary considerably in the degree to which they follow rules. For example, the letters ee almost always represent /iː/, but the sound can also be represented by the letters i and y. Similarly, the letter cluster ough represents /ʌf/ as in enough, /oʊ/ as in though, /uː/ as in through, /ɒf/ as in cough, /aʊ/ as in bough, /ɔː/ as in bought, and /ʌp/ as in hiccough, while in slough and lough, the pronunciation varies.
Synthetic phonics, also known as blended phonics, is a method employed to teach children to read by blending the English sounds to form words. This method involves learning how letters or letter groups represent individual sounds, and that those sounds are blended to form a word. For example, shrouds would be read by pronouncing the sounds for each spelling "/ʃ, r, aʊ, d, z/" and then blending those sounds orally to produce a spoken word, "/ʃraʊdz/." The goal of either a blended phonics or synthetic phonics instructional programme is that students identify the sound-symbol correspondences and blend their phonemes automatically. Since 2005, synthetic phonics has become the accepted method of teaching reading (by phonics instruction) in the United Kingdom and Australia. In the US, a pilot programme using the Core Knowledge Early Literacy programme that used this type of phonics approach showed significantly higher results in K-3 reading compared with comparison schools.[14]
Dalam menguasai ketrampilan membaca, anak juga harus melalui tahapan yang benar, agar hasilnya baik. Umumnya anak2 yang belum menguasai warna, tidak akan mampu memahami huruf. Shg stimulasi huruf dilakukan setelah anak memahami warna kompleks dan primer. Warna komplek yang dimaksud yaitu warna hijau tua, hijau muda, coklat tua, coklat muda, jingga, abu-abu, dll.
Your child will probably learn phonics in kindergarten through second grade. In kindergarten, children usually learn the sounds of the consonant letters (all letters except the vowels a, e, i, o, and u). First- and second-graders typically learn all the sounds of letters, letter combinations, and word parts (such as “ing” and “ed”). They practice reading and spelling words containing those letters and patterns. Second-graders typically review and practice the phonics skills they have learned to make spelling and reading smooth and automatic.
"Overall we conclude that the synthetic phonics approach, as part of the reading curriculum, is more effective than the analytic phonics approach, even when it is supplemented with phonemic awareness training. It also led boys to reading words significantly better than girls, and there was a trend towards better spelling and reading comprehension. There is evidence that synthetic phonics is best taught at the beginning of Primary 1, as even by the end of the second year at school the children in the early synthetic phonics programme had better spelling ability, and the girls had significantly better reading ability."
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The primary aim of this review was to measure the effect that phonics training has on the literacy skills of English‐speaking children, adolescents, and adults whose reading was at least one standard deviation (SD), one year, or one grade below the expected level, despite no reported problems that could explain their impaired ability to learn to read. A secondary objective was to explore the impact of various factors, such as length of training or training group size, that might moderate the effect of phonics training on poor word reading skills.
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. 

✓15. Membaca membuat anak Anda lebih pintar, secara harfiah! Itu adalah fakta yang dikemukakan oleh periset Cunningham dan Stannovich dalam laporan mereka berjudul What Reading Does for the Mind. Dalam penelitian mereka, mereka juga menyatakan bahwa membaca tidak hanya meningkatkan kecerdasan Anda, bahkan bisa "membantu anak-anak mengimbangi tingkat kemampuan kognitif yang sederhana."
Although the patterns are inconsistent, when English spelling rules take into account syllable structure, phonetics, etymology and accents, there are dozens of rules that are 75% or more reliable.[9] It should be noted, however, that this level of reliability can only be achieved by extending the rules far outside the domain of phonics, which deals with letter-sound correspondences, and into the morphophonemic and morphological domains. For an estimate of the reliability of strictly phonic rules, we still cannot do much better than the 1963 study by Theodore Clymer.[10]
These free phonics worksheets may be used independently and without any obligation to make a purchase, though they work well with the excellent Phonics DVD and Phonics Audio CD programs developed by Rock 'N Learn. You are not required to register in order to use this site. These free phonics worksheets and lesson extensions are provided to you compliments of Rock ’N Learn with our sincere desire that they assist students and raise awareness of other Rock ’N Learn programs.
“Mah…ini gimana sih, koq heel di baca hi..il, must dibaca mast, carrot dibaca karet”, dsb dsb. Bisa-bisa anak menjadi mogok belajar! Dalam hal seperti ini, ortu mesti ambil inisiatif! Kita bayangkan sajalah, kita yang sudah gede dan bisa berbahasa bule saja masih merasa stress jika diajak bicara berlama-lama sama orang bule, apalagi anak-anak yang zero English harus seharian di kelas mendengar mengucap dalam bahasa Inggris. Untungnya, suasana belajar di Primary School tidak stressful, sama sekali tak ada paksaan bagi anak-anak untuk bisa ini dan itu. This helps the kids to survive!
Synthetic phonics, also known as blended phonics, is a method employed to teach children to read by blending the English sounds to form words. This method involves learning how letters or letter groups represent individual sounds, and that those sounds are blended to form a word. For example, shrouds would be read by pronouncing the sounds for each spelling "/ʃ, r, aʊ, d, z/" and then blending those sounds orally to produce a spoken word, "/ʃraʊdz/." The goal of either a blended phonics or synthetic phonics instructional programme is that students identify the sound-symbol correspondences and blend their phonemes automatically. Since 2005, synthetic phonics has become the accepted method of teaching reading (by phonics instruction) in the United Kingdom and Australia. In the US, a pilot programme using the Core Knowledge Early Literacy programme that used this type of phonics approach showed significantly higher results in K-3 reading compared with comparison schools.[14]

The Hooked on Phonics Learn to Read app is based on the proven teaching methods of the Hooked on Phonics books and DVD sets. The 12 Steps in the app are designed for a Kindergarten reading level, whereas the physical product is for Pre-K through Second Grade. In addition, the app covers more sight words and has a library of 36 leveled eBooks that are only available within the app. These eBooks were written to correspond to the sounds and words being taught in each of the lessons, so the eBooks are 100% decodable to children who have completed the lessons. Thus, the eBook library gives children even more practice reading and more opportunities for success, which helps to boost their self confidence and pride as readers.
In the reading skills pyramid, a visual illustration of the process kids go through when learning to read, phonics follows closely behind phonemic awareness. Once children understand that letters have associated sounds, they begin to make relationships between those sounds and spelling. This is the skill that helps beginning readers decode — or sound out — new words. The key elements of reading are:
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