In 2017, research published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology has shown that learning to read by sounding out words (i.e. phonics) has a dramatic impact on the accuracy of reading aloud and comprehension. [34] It concludes that early literacy education should focus on the systematic approach in "print-to-sound relationships" in alphabetic languages, rather than teaching "meaning-based strategies", in order to enhance both reading aloud and comprehension of written words.
Around 5% of English speakers have a significant problem with learning to read words. Poor word readers are often trained to use letter‐sound rules to improve their reading skills. This training is commonly called phonics. Well over 100 studies have administered some form of phonics training to poor word readers. However, there are surprisingly few systematic reviews or meta‐analyses of these studies. The most well‐known review was done by the National Reading Panel (Ehri 2001) 12 years ago and needs updating. The most recent review (Suggate 2010) focused solely on children and did not include unpublished studies.

Kim Burnim: Actually the first step is just learning the names of the letters of the alphabet—research has shown that when children know the names of the letters, they are better able to learn about the sounds that the letters represent. It’s always a good idea to start with the letters in the child’s name, because this makes the learning more meaningful. For example, you can pick a letter from your child’s name and help him or her circle it each time it is found on one page of a magazine. Or you can help your child find the letters of his or her name in an alphabet book. You can also help your child make letters of their name with playdough, or use finger paint or sand in a sandbox to practice writing the letters.


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).

Model ini akhirnya belajar membaca 6.000 kata-kata, mengucapkan dengan benar dan menghitung arti dari hampir semua dari mereka. Berdasarkan hasil, itu dicapai ini tidak dengan mengandalkan hanya pada satu pendekatan untuk membaca, tetapi dengan menggabungkan dua untuk mengasah dalam pada makna yang jauh lebih cepat. Keseimbangan ini, bagaimanapun, sebagai pembaca bergeser menjadi lebih terampil.
Kami menemui 11 kajian yang menepati kehendak ulasan ini. Kajian ini melibatkan 736 respoden. Jumlah bukti untuk setiap kemahiran literasi adalah pebagai, iaitu kira‐kira 10 kajian untuk ketepatan membaca perkataan dan hanya satu kajian untuk kefasihan membaca nonword atau ‘bukan kata benar’ ( huruf yang disusun untuk membentuk perkataan yang tidak wujud).
Scope and sequence is also important because it helps children to organize information into cognitive categories, or “file folders,” that support better cognitive storage and retrieval of information. For example, if one teaches information without a scope and sequence, one might move from teaching the short a sound in a consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) pattern (e.g., bag), to teaching the vowel digraph oa (e.g., boat), to teaching ch (e.g., chip), to teaching i_e (e.g., bike). It would be a lot easier to remember these patterns if they were taught in groups: for example, teaching all the short vowel sounds (a, e, i, o, and u), consonant digraphs that represent unique sounds (th, sh, ch), all the CVC-e (silent e) patterns (mate, Pete, bike, note, cute), and then both of the spelling patterns that represent the /oi/ sound (called a diphthong; oy and oi). If instruction follows a scope and sequence, the variations don’t seem random but rather work to form a category (e.g., “Oh this th is kind of like the ch, two letters that make a new consonant sound”).
Diphthongs are linguistic elements that fuse two adjacent vowel sounds. English has four common diphthongs. The commonly recognized diphthongs are /aʊ/ as in cow and /ɔɪ/ as in boil. Three of the long vowels are also in fact combinations of two vowel sounds, in other words diphthongs: /aɪ/ as in "I" or mine, /oʊ/ as in no, and /eɪ/ as in bay, which partly accounts for the reason they are considered "long".
Anak sudah bisa diajarkan membaca pada usia 3 tahun lebih, atau tergantung kemandirian si anak juga. Mengajar anak-anak itu tantanganya cukup berat, karena anak usia preschool itu konsentrasinya sangat pendek. Umumnya bisa dipastikan dengan mengalikan umurnya dengan angka 5. jadi kalau usianya 3 tahun kalikan 5 adalah 15, konsentrasi si anak dalam belajar hanya 15 menit. Untuk itu, kegiatan belajar harus dirancang dengan fun dan menarik sehingga anak tidak bosan.
Reading Rockets is a national multimedia project that offers a wealth of research-based reading strategies, lessons, and activities designed to help young children learn how to read and read better. Our reading resources assist parents, teachers, and other educators in helping struggling readers build fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension skills.
Kebanyakan penulisan kata Bahasa Inggris berbeda dengan cara pengucapannya. Manfaat metode fonik ini adalah anak Anda bisa merangkai pengucapan kosakata Bahasa Inggris dengan baik dan benar berdasarkan bunyi yang telah dipelajari. Jika Anda terus menggunakan metode fonik ini, anak Anda bisa merangkai bunyi-bunyi huruf sampai si kecil dapat membaca kalimat dalam Bahasa Inggris. Berikan latihan membaca berupa kata-kata pilihan atau kalimat sederhana untuk melatih mereka membunyikan kata-kata atau kalimat tersebut. Lakukan secara rutin sampai anak Anda membaca dengan lancar.

Dalam bahasa Indonesia, huruf X dipakai dalam istilah yang diserap dari bahasa asing. Bagi kata-kata yang mengandung huruf "x" di awal kata seperti xilofon, xenon, xenia, huruf x dieja menjadi "s" sehingga dibaca silofon, senon, senia. Sedangkan kata yang mengandung huruf "x" di tengah atau akhir kata seperti taxi, extra, sinar-x maka dieja menjadi "ks" sehingga dibaca taksi, ekstra dll.
In systematic or explicit phonics, students are taught the rules and the exceptions, they are not instructed to memorize words. Memorizing sight words and high frequency words has not been found to help fluency. Put Reading First adds that "although some readers may recognize words automatically in isolation or on a list, they may not read the same words fluently when the words appear in sentences in connected text. Instant or automatic word recognition is a necessary, but not sufficient, reading skill. Students who can read words in isolation quickly may not be able to automatically transfer this "speed and accuracy".[11]
Here, you will find free phonics worksheets to assist in learning phonics rules for reading. These free worksheets are printable and designed to accommodate any lesson plan for reading that includes phonics. Conveniently organized by the skills covered, these worksheets come with answer keys. You may print the worksheets from either PDF or JPEG versions and provide them to your children or students.

Recently, the National Reading Panel, composed of experts in the field of literacy, was asked by the United States Congress to examine the research on the teaching of reading. A subgroup of the National Reading Panel reviewed 38 studies to determine what the research says about the teaching of phonics. To ensure the soundness of its findings, the National Reading Panel chose to review only studies that met rigorous criteria for research studies.
Modal saya cuma 1, yaitu buku magic ini: “The Ordinary Parents Guide to Teaching Reading” dan sekarang untuk yang non native seperti kita nih WNI, sudah tersedia versi audionya, jadi lebih mudah lagi ngajarnya kan :-). Nah, kenapa saya bilang magic? karena bukunya benar-benar super simple untuk non native seperti saya dan bukan guru beneran yang nggak pernah sekolah PG 🙂 but I can successfully teach my kids how to read, write and speak in English!
So, I decided to figure this things out! Saya mulai baca-baca sana sini dan browsing-browsing ini itu. Alhamdulillah, akhirnya saya mendapatkan cara dan bahan yang menurut saya cukup ideal untuk dibelajarkan kepada anak-anak. Kuncinya adalah PHONICS! Inilah metoda belajar membaca bagi English Speaking children. Dengan Phonics, anak-anak diajarkan mengucapkan alfabet menurut bunyinya, misalnya ‘C’ bukan diucapkan ‘si’ tetapi ‘keh..’, ‘G’ bukan dibunyikan ‘ji’ tetapi ‘geh’. Setelah mengenal bunyi huruf, anak-anak akan dikenalkan dengan bentuk-bentuk kata yang berpola, semisal “short vowel”, “long vowel”, “r control”, dsb dsb. Tentu saja teorinya tidak perlu di baca oleh anak-anak, mereka tinggal mengikuti contoh-contoh yang sudah di susun sistematis. Mirip metoda IQRA! Luar biasa, tiba-tiba saja anak sudah bisa mengenali pola bunyi dan …bisa membaca! Persis seperti anak-anak yang belajar membaca huruf Arab dengan metoda Iqra!

In 1984, the National Academy of Education commissioned a report on the status of research and instructional practices in reading education, Becoming a Nation of Readers.[20] Among other results, the report includes the finding that phonics instruction improves children's ability to identify words. It reports that useful phonics strategies include teaching children the sounds of letters in isolation and in words, and teaching them to blend the sounds of letters together to produce approximate pronunciations of words. It also states that phonics instruction should occur in conjunction with opportunities to identify words in meaningful sentences and stories.


“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!
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Dengan menggunakan metode fonik ini, anak Anda dapat menghapal huruf dan berbagai bunyi dalam Bahasa Inggris. Metode ini juga menyenangkan dan mudah untuk dilakukan. Anak Anda akan melihat bentuk dari bunyi dan huruf alfabet dalam bentuk flashcard sehingga si kecil akan mudah mengingatnya. Selain itu, Anda bisa mengajak si kecil melakukan permainan dalam Bahasa Inggrissehingga anak Anda tidak akan merasa bosan.
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Historically, a range of less systematic approaches have been popular. Typically, these approaches do not have a clear scope or follow a sequence but instead address letter sounds only as they arise incidentally in interactions with children or are needed to read words within a specific text. So, if a teacher is reading the book Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, she will teach the ee sound because it is found in the word see. The problem with this kind of serendipitous approach as the driver of phonics instruction is that information is not presented logically to the child and information gets missed. Of course, children should read connected text as they are learning phonics, and teachers should point out words they are reading that match taught patterns. But the scope and sequence of phonics instruction should not be based primarily on opportune moments in text reading.
To understand the big picture, children must understand the alphabetic principle—how our English system of writing works. The alphabetic principle is simply that visual symbols (letters) represent speech sounds (phonemes). To write the spoken word “dog,” you use alphabetic symbols to represent the speech sounds. We can combine and recombine letter symbols to form words. As odd as it may sound, children can learn letters and even letter sounds in very rote ways without understanding the alphabetic system. When children do not understand the alphabetic principle, they may do the following:
Kim Burnim: What you want to look for are resources that are based on well-established principles of teaching and learning, which are referred to as best practices. Best practices for teaching young children include allowing children to learn new things in many different ways (such as through songs, books, art activities, puzzles, games, and other hands-on activities), making learning fun and playful, and lots of repetition.
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