Nell K. Duke is a professor of language, literacy, and culture, and a professor in the combined program in education and psychology, at the University of Michigan. Her work focuses on early literacy development, particularly among children living in poverty. Heidi Anne E. Mesmer is a professor of literacy in the School of Education at Virginia Tech. A former third-grade teacher, her work focuses on beginning reading materials and text difficulty.

R-controlled syllables include those wherein a vowel followed by an r has a different sound from its regular pattern. For example, a word like car should have the pattern of a "closed syllable" because it has one vowel and ends in a consonant. However, the a in car does not have its regular "short" sound (/æ/ as in cat) because it is controlled by the r. The r changes the sound of the vowel that precedes it. Other examples include: park, horn, her, bird, and burn.
Banyak bahan-bahan rujukan yang mudah dilayari online dan percuma, bentuk aktiviti bersesuaian mengikut umur serta minat anak anda yang akan dapat membantu. Pastikan aktiviti yang dipilih adalah bagi tujuan anak anda belajar mengenali nama dan sebutan huruf dalam abjad sahaja dulu (bukan aktiviti rangkaian lagu-lagu ABC Phonics).  Sila layari laman-laman seperti contoh dibawah;

Long vowels have the same sound as the names of the vowels, such as /eɪ/ in bay, /iː/ in bee, /aɪ/ in mine, /oʊ/ in no, and /juː/ in use. The way that educators use the term "long vowels" differs from the way in which linguists use this term. Careful educators use the term "long vowel letters" or "long vowels", not "long vowel sounds", since four of the five long vowels (long vowel letters) in fact represent combinations of sounds (a, i, o, and u i.e. /eɪ/ in bay, /aɪ/ in mine, /oʊ/ in no, and /juː/ in use) and only one consists of a single vowel sound that is long (/iː/ in bee), which is how linguists use the term. In classrooms, long vowels are taught as having "the same sounds as the names of the letters". Teachers teach the children that a long vowel "says" its name.
TAHAPAN ANAK BELAJAR MEMBACA Mengenalkan sesuatu perlu proses yang urut, jika menginginkan hasil yg baik. Kalo mau mengenalkan makanan padat pada bayi, maka prosesnya harus diawali dg makanan yg encer sekali hampir spt air, lalu ditingkatkan lagi kepadatannya sampe bayi dapat mengunyah dan mencerna makanan padat dg baik. Tidak mungkin kita kenalkan makanan padat langsung tanpa proses pengenalan makanan yg lebih lunak dulu karena pencernaan bayi bisa bermasalah. Begitu juga dengan membaca, ada tahapan proses yang harus dilalui bun. Membaca itu adalah keterampilan yang harus dilatih atau distimulus. Secara normal membaca bukanlah bakat alami yang akan muncul dengan sendirinya. Buktinya jumlah angka buta huruf itu tinggi lo. Anak tidak bisa langsung membaca buku, tanpa memahami hukum pertemuan antar huruf. Membaca itu sebuah ketrampilan yg dalam menguasainya perlu dukungan, waktu, dan kesempatan. Membaca bukan bakat alam, anak2 perlu mempelajarinya spt belajar ketrampilan berenang. Anak2 ga bisa otomatis menguasai renang hanya dg melihat orang lain berenang. Juga menjahit, anak2 tidak bisa tiba2 bisa menjahit hanya dg melihat orang lain menjahit. Membaca juga begitu, anak2 tidak dapat langsung bisa membaca hanya dengan mendengar cerita orang dewasa membaca buku. Lalui tahapan belajar membaca dengan baik, karena proses yg baik dapat memberikan hasil yang baik dan tidak menimbulkan stres pada anak. Semua pakar literasi sepakat bahwa belajar membaca itu ada tahapannya. Beberapa tahapan itu di antaranya seperti ini: 1. Mengenal nama huruf (sebagian ada yg menggunakan metode kenal suku kata dulu) 2. Memahami bunyi huruf jika bertemu dengan 1 huruf lainnya seperti ba, ca, fa, ga 3. Memahami cara membaca kata sederhana seperti ja-ka, ra-ja, dll 4. Memahami cara membaca kalimat sederhana dengan terpatah-patah (pelan2) contoh matahari pagi 5. Bisa memahami cara membaca huruf berakhiran konsonan seperti rak, mak, nah, mah, dll. 6. Mampu membaca kata yang lebih kompleks contoh enak, lebah, rebah, gerak, dll. 7. Dapat membaca kalimat yg lebih kompleks gabungan akhiran konsonan dan vokal secara pelan2. Contoh rubah lari, susu enak, gerak gerik, dll.
Membujuk seorang anak pada fonik membutuhkan pendekatan yang disengaja dan dipelajari, itulah sebabnya mengapa yang terbaik bagi orang tua adalah bekerja dengan seorang penasihat atau membeli paket fonik dari salah satu pemimpin dalam materi pendidikan. Para penulis dan ilustrator yang merancang manual ini memiliki pengalaman bertahun-tahun dalam mengajar anak-anak membaca, sehingga mereka dapat dipercaya sebagai otoritas (tidak seperti beberapa sistem sekolah). Banyak perusahaan fonik menunjukkan tingkat keberhasilan yang luar biasa, sering kali setinggi 85 atau 90 persen yang diukur oleh orang tua sendiri.
Karena berbagai kesibukan, banyak orang tua yang sengaja memberikan gadget pada anak dengan harapan agar anak bisa tenang dan tidak rewel. Memang hal ini bisa menjadi senjata yang ampuh. Tapi tahukah Bunda, bahwa sering memberikan anak gadget dengan harapan agar anak bisa tenang akan berdampak buruk bagi kesehatan fisik dan psikologis anak. Menurut psikolog anak, hal ini akan membuat ikatan orang tua dan anak menjadi menurun.
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Mengajarkan membaca Bahasa Inggris kepada anak sejak dini sangatlah penting. Anak Anda akan mudah membaca dalam Bahasa Inggris dengan pengucapan yang benar asalkan menggunakan metode yang tepat. Salah satu metode yang bisa Anda gunakan dalam mengajarkan membaca Bahasa Inggris adalah dengan menggunakan metode fonik. Berikut ini adalah 6 manfaat metode fonik dalam mengajarkan membaca Bahasa Inggris.

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]
Phonics is a tried and proven method for learning to read. Although English is not purely a phonetic language, phonics is an important tool for beginners learning to read the language. Due to the effectiveness of phonics-based instruction, more public and private schools have emphasized phonics instruction in recent years. Parents who teach their children at home also frequently report satisfaction with instructional materials for phonics, based on the emails we receive.
In November 2010, a government white paper contained plans to train all primary school teachers in phonics.[38] In 2018, The Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills (Ofsted), as part of its curriculum research has produced a YouTube video on Early Reading. It states "It is absolutely essential that every child master the phonic code as quickly as possible ... So, successful schools firstly teach phonics first, fast and furious." [39]
Ketika Anda pertama kali menemukan fosil itu kadang-kadang sulit untuk mengatakan apa jenis hewan itu milik. sekarang biasanya hanya sebagian dari hewan asli. Pada bagian ini Anda akan menemukan gambar fosil berbagai yang Anda juga mungkin suatu hari nanti menemukan. Cukup klik pada gambar dan tidak hanya akan Anda melihat lebih besar foto dari fosil tetapi Anda juga akan melihat apa hewan asli mungkin tampak seperti jutaan tahun yang lalu!
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:
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Kim Burnim: It’s a complicated-sounding phrase for something that’s really very simple: the ability to identify separate sounds in words. For example, when you hear the word “cat,” you probably can identify three different sounds in that word—the sound of the c, the sound of the a, and the sound of the t. Or to put it another way, you are aware of three different sounds. Language experts call each of the different sounds that appear in spoken words phonemes, so when you can identify the three phonemes in the word “cat” you are showing that you have phonemic awareness.
We did five subgroup analyses on two outcomes that had sufficient data (word reading accuracy and nonword reading accuracy). The efficacy of phonics training was not moderated significantly by training type (phonics alone versus phonics and phoneme awareness versus phonics and irregular word training), training intensity (less than two hours per week versus at least two hours per week), training duration (less than three months versus at least three months), training group size (one‐on‐one versus small group training), or training administrator (human administration versus computer administration).
Embedded phonics is the type of phonics instruction used in whole language programmes. Although phonics skills are de-emphasised in whole language programmes, some teachers include phonics "mini-lessons" in the context of literature. Short lessons are included based on phonics elements that students are having trouble with, or on a new or difficult phonics pattern that appears in a class reading assignment. The focus on meaning is generally maintained, but the mini-lesson provides some time for focus on individual sounds and the symbols that represent them. Embedded phonics differs from other methods in that the instruction is always in the context of literature rather than in separate lessons, and the skills to be taught are identified opportunistically rather than systematically.
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