Reading experts generally agree that phonics is one of many important elements of learning to read, along with familiarity with books, oral vocabulary (which is the collection of words that a child understands and can use in conversation), understanding of the parts of stories, and other factors. An approach that addresses all of these skills is often referred to as balanced literacy.
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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.
Yang terpenting adalah menumbuhkan karakter dan semangat lewat olahraga. Semangat olahraga adalah persaingan sehat. Setiap kompetisi olahraga mempunyai aturan yang jelas. Semua pihak yang terlibat harus mematuhi peraturan, menghormati otoritas dan bersaing secara adil. Anak-anak harus mengikuti peraturan, menghormati keputusan wasit dan bersikap adil, agar mereka tumbuh menjadi sosok yang jujur dan adil dalam kehidupan sehari-hari.

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Once children have mastered the sounds of each letter, they can learn how to sound out simple words with consonant–vowel–consonant patterns, such as pig, dog, hat, and so on. At ABCmouse.com, we provide hundreds of fun and engaging activities that help teach children to sound out common words as well as common word families (words that have the same ending sounds and letter combinations, such as hot, pot, and not).
Manfaat lainnya dari menggunakan metode fonik untuk mengajarkan membaca Bahasa Inggris adalah metode ini mempermudah anak Anda untuk mendengar dan memanipulasi bunyi dalam kata-kata yang diucapkan sehingga anak Anda akan lebih mudah membaca kata-kata Bahasa Inggris. Contohnya, Anda bisa menggantikan bunyi huruf c dari kata ‘cake’ menjadi bunyi huruf t dari kata ‘take’. Kedua kata tersebut memiliki bunyi akhir yang sama. Yang membedakannya adalah bunyi awal.
Phonics instruction should be explicit rather than implicit. Implicit instruction relies on readers "discovering" clues about sound-spelling relationships; good readers can do this, but poor readers are not likely to do so. Explicit instruction is the most effective type of phonics instruction, especially for children at risk for reading difficulties.
Aih pertanyaan bikin bingung deh? Ilmu kok dibandingkan dg udara? Ga salah ketik kok bun 😁. Maksudnya, ilmu apa yg susah bagi kita untuk tidak mengamalkannya? Apalagi yg nyandu Fb, pasti deh pagi2 sudah mengamalkan ilmu yg satu ini. Apalagi guru, masuk kelas, langsung deh praktik ilmu ini. Aih tukang coba2 resep juga suka praktik ilmu ini lho hahaha ayo tebak ilmu apa bun? Apalagi ilmuwan, si tukang belajar dan hobi baca buku, setiap menit atau jam, sukanya ya mempraktikkan ilmu ini. Mungkin kalo bisa dibilang nafas mah, ya ilmu ini adalah "jendela terbukanya pengetahuan dunia." Apa hayook?
Sebagai contoh, para peneliti pertama terkena model untuk suara sampai mengembangkan sebuah kosa kata bahasa lisan, seperti balita lakukan sebagai mereka mendengarkan pidato sekitar mereka sebelum membaca instruksi bahkan dimulai. Setelah model bisa mencari tahu makna dari suara, para peneliti menunjukkan itu ejaan kata. Kemudian, mereka diminta untuk membaca berbagai kata dan mencari tahu apa yang mereka maksudkan. Model ini bisa menggunakan suara, pola visual atau kombinasi keduanya.

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.
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Despite these different focuses, phonics instruction and phonemic awareness instruction are connected. In fact, phonemic awareness is necessary for phonics instruction to be effective. Before students can use a knowledge of sound-spelling relationships to decode written words, they must understand that words (whether written or spoken) are made up of sounds. Phonemic awareness is the understanding that a word is made up of a series of discrete sounds. Without this insight, phonics instruction will not make sense to students.
Bijak Membaca - Applying Phonic Reading Technique and Multisensory Approach with Interactive Multimedia for Dyslexia Children Siti Zulaiha Ahmad, Nik Noor Amalina Amirah Nik Ludin, Hawa Mohd Ekhsan, Arifah Fasha Rosmani, Mohammad Hafiz Ismail Department of Computer Science Faculty of Computer and Mathematical Sciences Universiti Teknologi MARA, 02600 Arau, Perlis sitizulaiha@perlis.uitm.edu.my Abstract— Reading difficulty is one of the major problems faced by dyslexic children. Reading skill is the most crucial ability as it is required in the upper level of discovery of knowledge. In this research, Phonic Reading Technique and Multisensory Approach are blended with interactive multimedia, which incorporates multimedia elements such as text, graphics, video, and animation. The manner of applying those techniques in “Bijak Membaca” is discussed. The contents of this application are specifically designed to visualize letters, words, sentences, and pronunciations in the Malay language for dyslexics, aged 7 – 8 years, with awareness of their characteristics. In order to evaluate the design of its content, heuristic testing is conducted among multimedia lecturers and IT undergraduates. The result reveals that the contents are well designed with the inclusion of Phonic Reading Technique, Multisensory Approach, and suitable multimedia elements. It is also concluded as interesting, user-friendly, attractive, valuable, and supportive. Keywords—Phonic reading; Multisensory Approach; Interactive multimedia; Dyslexic children; Heuristic testing I. INTRODUCTION The first step to explore the world of knowledge is by actively engaging in reading books, magazines, articles, and other materials. Unfortunately, children with learning disabilities, especially dyslexia, usually have problems in word recognition, which could hinder their ability to read [1]. They are usually hampered by slow reading speed, omission of words [2], and inaccurate reading [3]. Consequently, it causes inferiority complex, loss of confidence and focus, and frustration among these children [2]. In order to provide improved learning conditions for dyslexic children, an appropriate reading tool that attracts and captivates their attention is required to support their learning process. It is very important to motivate and integrate them in an enjoyable learning process. Therefore, dyslexic children need extra support [4] in terms of learning strategy to develop their skills in reading. There are many learning strategies and their effectiveness differs depending on the children themselves. From the previous research, it is found that by using existing teaching methods (traditional methods), teachers cannot get much success in teaching dyslexic children [5]. It is known that multimedia plays an important role in teaching children with dyslexia [4]. In this study, the Multisensory Approach and multimedia elements [6], such as video, audio, animation, graphic, and image, are used. This research concentrates on designing and developing a reading tool called “Bijak Membaca” to assist dyslexic children in the reading process. The idea is to provide a better learning strategy by applying the Phonic Reading Technique in Malay language, blended with the Multisensory Approach. These learning strategies are implemented using multimedia technology that is specifically designed for dyslexics aged 7 to 8 years. The rest of this section is organized as follows: the second section discusses the background of this study, which includes the Phonic Reading Technique, Multisensory Approach, dyslexia and multimedia. In the next section, the focus is on implementation of learning strategies in “Bijak Membaca”. The paper ends with disclosing results and findings obtained from heuristic testing. II. BACKGROUND A. Phonic Reading Technique Phonic skill is one of the learning strategies that is suitable for those with learning disabilities, dyslexics in specific [7][2]. Phonic is defined as a system that emphasizes on letter-sound correspondences along with word-recognition activities [8]. Phonetic Approach is proven as a natural way in learning to read [9] and it is recommended by the National Reading Panel in US as one of the key features of reading instructions [10]. Phonic reading is a systematic approach that decodes letter-sound pronunciations [9] by breaking words into 978-1-4673-4617-7/12/$31.00 ©2012 IEEE2012 IEEE Colloquium on Humanities, Science & Engineering Research (CHUSER 2012), December 3-4, 2012, Kota Kinabalu,Sabah, Malaysia554
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.

Despite these different focuses, phonics instruction and phonemic awareness instruction are connected. In fact, phonemic awareness is necessary for phonics instruction to be effective. Before students can use a knowledge of sound-spelling relationships to decode written words, they must understand that words (whether written or spoken) are made up of sounds. Phonemic awareness is the understanding that a word is made up of a series of discrete sounds. Without this insight, phonics instruction will not make sense to students.
Bijak Membaca - Applying Phonic Reading Technique and Multisensory Approach with Interactive Multimedia for Dyslexia Children Siti Zulaiha Ahmad, Nik Noor Amalina Amirah Nik Ludin, Hawa Mohd Ekhsan, Arifah Fasha Rosmani, Mohammad Hafiz Ismail Department of Computer Science Faculty of Computer and Mathematical Sciences Universiti Teknologi MARA, 02600 Arau, Perlis sitizulaiha@perlis.uitm.edu.my Abstract— Reading difficulty is one of the major problems faced by dyslexic children. Reading skill is the most crucial ability as it is required in the upper level of discovery of knowledge. In this research, Phonic Reading Technique and Multisensory Approach are blended with interactive multimedia, which incorporates multimedia elements such as text, graphics, video, and animation. The manner of applying those techniques in “Bijak Membaca” is discussed. The contents of this application are specifically designed to visualize letters, words, sentences, and pronunciations in the Malay language for dyslexics, aged 7 – 8 years, with awareness of their characteristics. In order to evaluate the design of its content, heuristic testing is conducted among multimedia lecturers and IT undergraduates. The result reveals that the contents are well designed with the inclusion of Phonic Reading Technique, Multisensory Approach, and suitable multimedia elements. It is also concluded as interesting, user-friendly, attractive, valuable, and supportive. Keywords—Phonic reading; Multisensory Approach; Interactive multimedia; Dyslexic children; Heuristic testing I. INTRODUCTION The first step to explore the world of knowledge is by actively engaging in reading books, magazines, articles, and other materials. Unfortunately, children with learning disabilities, especially dyslexia, usually have problems in word recognition, which could hinder their ability to read [1]. They are usually hampered by slow reading speed, omission of words [2], and inaccurate reading [3]. Consequently, it causes inferiority complex, loss of confidence and focus, and frustration among these children [2]. In order to provide improved learning conditions for dyslexic children, an appropriate reading tool that attracts and captivates their attention is required to support their learning process. It is very important to motivate and integrate them in an enjoyable learning process. Therefore, dyslexic children need extra support [4] in terms of learning strategy to develop their skills in reading. There are many learning strategies and their effectiveness differs depending on the children themselves. From the previous research, it is found that by using existing teaching methods (traditional methods), teachers cannot get much success in teaching dyslexic children [5]. It is known that multimedia plays an important role in teaching children with dyslexia [4]. In this study, the Multisensory Approach and multimedia elements [6], such as video, audio, animation, graphic, and image, are used. This research concentrates on designing and developing a reading tool called “Bijak Membaca” to assist dyslexic children in the reading process. The idea is to provide a better learning strategy by applying the Phonic Reading Technique in Malay language, blended with the Multisensory Approach. These learning strategies are implemented using multimedia technology that is specifically designed for dyslexics aged 7 to 8 years. The rest of this section is organized as follows: the second section discusses the background of this study, which includes the Phonic Reading Technique, Multisensory Approach, dyslexia and multimedia. In the next section, the focus is on implementation of learning strategies in “Bijak Membaca”. The paper ends with disclosing results and findings obtained from heuristic testing. II. BACKGROUND A. Phonic Reading Technique Phonic skill is one of the learning strategies that is suitable for those with learning disabilities, dyslexics in specific [7][2]. Phonic is defined as a system that emphasizes on letter-sound correspondences along with word-recognition activities [8]. Phonetic Approach is proven as a natural way in learning to read [9] and it is recommended by the National Reading Panel in US as one of the key features of reading instructions [10]. Phonic reading is a systematic approach that decodes letter-sound pronunciations [9] by breaking words into 978-1-4673-4617-7/12/$31.00 ©2012 IEEE2012 IEEE Colloquium on Humanities, Science & Engineering Research (CHUSER 2012), December 3-4, 2012, Kota Kinabalu,Sabah, Malaysia554
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Sight words and high frequency words are associated with the whole language approach which usually uses embedded phonics. According to Put Reading First from the National Institute for Literacy,[11] embedded phonics is described as indirect instruction where "Children are taught letter-sound relationships during the reading of connected text. (Since children encounter different letter-sound relationships as they read, this approach is not systematic or explicit.)".
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:
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!
The use of phonics in American education dates at least to the work of Favell Lee Mortimer, whose works using phonics includes the early flashcard set Reading Disentangled (1834)[19] and text Reading Without Tears (1857). Despite the work of 19th-century proponents such as Rebecca Smith Pollard, some American educators, prominently Horace Mann, argued that phonics should not be taught at all. This led to the commonly used "look-say" approach ensconced in the Dick and Jane readers popular in the mid-20th century. Beginning in the 1950s, however, inspired by a landmark study by Dr. Harry E. Houtz, and spurred by Rudolf Flesch's criticism of the absence of phonics instruction (particularly in his popular book, Why Johnny Can't Read) phonics resurfaced as a method of teaching reading.

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]


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Begitulah kira-kira apa yang saya alami selama 6 bulan ini ketika saya membimbing anak saya untuk bisa membaca dalam bahasa Inggris. Alhamdulillah, Affan yang berusia 6 tahun dan duduk di Year 1 sudah mulai bisa membaca. Ehmmm…tentu saja dengan pronounciation, spelling, ritme dan aksen orang Inggris (Aussie..heh), nggak seperti papa-mamanya yang suka ngomong Inggris Jawa. Untuk kakaknya, si Afkar yang duduk di Year 6, dia tidak perlu di bimbing karena sudah bisa men-judge perbedaan bahasa Indonesia dan English. Sedangkan bagi si Algy, karena baru berumur 3 tahun dan belum mengenal huruf, insyaallah akan belajar sendiri, karena belum ada background yang menghambat.
Phonics instruction should be explicit rather than implicit. Implicit instruction relies on readers "discovering" clues about sound-spelling relationships; good readers can do this, but poor readers are not likely to do so. Explicit instruction is the most effective type of phonics instruction, especially for children at risk for reading difficulties.
English has absorbed many words from other languages throughout its history, usually without changing the spelling of those words. As a result, the written form of English includes the spelling patterns of many languages (Old English, Old Norse, Norman French, Classical Latin and Greek, as well as numerous modern languages) superimposed upon one another.[7] These overlapping spelling patterns mean that in many cases the same sound can be spelled differently and the same spelling can represent different sounds. However, the spelling patterns usually follow certain conventions.[8] In addition, the Great Vowel Shift, a historical linguistic process in which the quality of many vowels in English changed while the spelling remained as it was, greatly diminished the transparency of English spelling in relation to pronunciation.
To understand the big picture, children must understand other concepts of print as well. Concepts of print are the many understandings about how print works, including that print serves specific purposes (e.g., to help us remember or to entertain us); that print is language written down; and that, in English, we read from left to right and from the top of the page to the bottom. All of these and other “mechanics” about how print works are important to learn alongside letters and sounds.
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.

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The complexities of letter names in English might lead you to think we should not teach letter names at all, but research suggests that teaching letter names is still worthwhile7—it just needs to be accompanied by lots of attention to the sound or sounds commonly associated with each letter and by a thorough understanding of the challenges posed by English letter names. A teacher with such knowledge would understand, for example, why a young child might spell the word daisy as WAZ. Why? Sometimes children write “W” for the /d/ sound because the letter name for Ww—“double-u”—begins with the /d/ sound. The next sound we hear in daisy is the letter name for Aa (the long a sound), and the third and fourth sounds in daisy are the name of the letter Zz (“zee”).
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).
The evidence is clear that young children benefit from opportunities to read text that emphasizes letter-sound relationships they have learned to date.11 This reinforces the value of their hard work and of using decoding to read words. Children’s reading opportunities should not be restricted to decodable texts, or those with only letter sounds they have been taught, but such texts should be a regular part of the reading diet. TextProject.org is a great resource for texts, and information about texts, that support beginning readers to learn to decode, without being as boring or unnatural as some decodable texts are.
Students must also become familiar with digraphs, blends and diphthongs.  Digraphs are two-letter combinations that represent a single phoneme.  Blends are common consonant patterns of two and sometimes three letters that preserve the typical letter-sound relationships. Diphthongs are vowel combinations that when pronounced, produce a continuous vocal output in which the mouth, lips, and/or tongue position change midway through the pronunciation.

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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;

English has absorbed many words from other languages throughout its history, usually without changing the spelling of those words. As a result, the written form of English includes the spelling patterns of many languages (Old English, Old Norse, Norman French, Classical Latin and Greek, as well as numerous modern languages) superimposed upon one another.[7] These overlapping spelling patterns mean that in many cases the same sound can be spelled differently and the same spelling can represent different sounds. However, the spelling patterns usually follow certain conventions.[8] In addition, the Great Vowel Shift, a historical linguistic process in which the quality of many vowels in English changed while the spelling remained as it was, greatly diminished the transparency of English spelling in relation to pronunciation.


... Heuristic evaluation of this application indicates that the application is well designed in area of content, approach, and multimedia elements. Created in Malay language as well, Ahmad et al. [7] developed " Bijak Membaca " as an application for dyslexic children which applies Phonic Reading Technique, multisensory approach, and interactive multimedia. This application is also evaluated using heuristic approach. ...


We searched the following databases in July 2012: CENTRAL 2012 (Issue 6), MEDLINE 1948 to June week 3 2012, EMBASE 1980 to 2012 week 26, DARE 2013 (Issue 6), ERIC (1966 to current), PsycINFO (1806 to current), CINAHL (1938 to current), Science Citation Index (1970 to 29 June 2012), Social Science Citation Index (1970 to 29 June 2012), Conference Proceedings Citation Index ‐ Science (1990 to 29 June 2012), Conference Proceedings Citation Index ‐ Social Science & Humanities (1990 to 29 June 2012), ZETOC, Index to Theses‐UK and Ireland, ClinicalTrials.gov, ICTRP, the metaRegister of Controlled Trials, ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, DART Europe E‐theses Portal, Australasian Digital Theses Program, Education Research Theses, Electronic Theses Online System, Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations. Theses Canada portal, www.dissertation.com, and www.thesisabstracts.com. We also contacted experts and examined the reference lists of published studies.
Kiz Phonics is an excellent progressive program for teaching kids to read using a systematic phonics approach.The Kiz Phonics program is carefully arranged by levels from Preschool Ages 3-4, Kindergarten Ages 4 -6, 1st Grade Ages 6-7 & 2nd Grade Ages 7-8. It is suitable for school teachers, home-school parents and other educators trying to help children learn to read.

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Students must also become familiar with digraphs, blends and diphthongs.  Digraphs are two-letter combinations that represent a single phoneme.  Blends are common consonant patterns of two and sometimes three letters that preserve the typical letter-sound relationships. Diphthongs are vowel combinations that when pronounced, produce a continuous vocal output in which the mouth, lips, and/or tongue position change midway through the pronunciation.
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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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