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A Sound Start: Phonemic Awareness Lessons for Reading Success (Solving Problems in the Teaching of Literacy)

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Offering guidance for the inclusion of explicit phonemic awareness instruction in early reading programs, this book supplies three distinct sets of lessons, with scripted directions, reproducible materials, and assessment tools. They include sequenced lessons for entire classes or small groups, more intensive lessons for children having trouble with phonemes, and class lessons focusing on consonant phonemes. The lessons may be used independently, or in conjunction.
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Synopsis:

This book is an ideal resource for any teacher who wants to include explicit phonemic awareness instruction in an early reading program. In one easy-to-use 8 1/2" x 11" volume, the authors present three separate sets of phonemic awareness lessons, complete with scripted directions and reproducible learning materials and assessment tools. Incorporating a variety of fun and engaging activities, each set of lessons is field-tested and research-based. Included are developmentally sequenced lessons for the whole class and small groups, more intensive lessons for children struggling with phonemic awareness, and class lessons on the consonant phonemes to help children hear and process the sounds of American English. The lesson sets can be used independently or in combination with each other, and can easily be adapted to meet the needs of specific classes.

About the Author

Christine E. McCormick, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois, where she teaches courses in developmental psychology, early childhood assessment, and early reading. She has a doctoral degree in educational psychology from the University of Minnesota and is a former Montessori teacher and school psychologist. Widely published, she brings to this book over 25 years of experience in developing early reading materials for young children.

Rebecca N. Throneburg, PhD, is Associate Professor of Communication Disorders and Sciences Department at Eastern Illinois University, where she teaches courses in normal language development, phonological awareness, and language and literacy. Her doctoral

degree in speech-language pathology is from the University of Illinois. She conducts research in the school setting regarding service delivery and collaboration among professionals.

Jean M. Smitley, MS, is Associate Professor of Communication Disorders and Sciences Department at Eastern Illinois University, where she teaches a course in phonetics and phonological development. She has also collaborated with kindergarten teachers to provide phonological awareness training to kindergartners. Her master's degree is from Eastern Illinois University, and she has focused on reading development and disabilities in her postgraduate course work.

Table of Contents

1. Phonemic Awareness: An Introduction

— Phonemic Awareness and Learning to Read

— Instruction in Phonemic Awareness

— Assessment of Phonemic Awareness

— General Instructional Issues

— The Lessons in This Book

— References

2. Introduction to the Whole-Class and Small-Group Lessons

— General Guidelines

— Sequence of Skills

— Plan of the Lessons

— Data on Effectiveness

— Assessment

— References

— Phonemic Awareness Assessment

3. The Whole-Class and Small-Group Lessons

— Lesson 1: Concept of Words

— Lesson 2: Rhyme Recognition and Discrimination

— Lesson 3: Rhyme Choice

— Lesson 4: Rhyme Production

— Lesson 5: Syllable Counting

— Lesson 6: Syllable Blending

— Lesson 7: Syllable Deletion

Lesson 8: Onset-Rime Blending

Lesson 9: Onset-Rime Blending

Lesson 10: Review of Rhyming and of Syllable and Onset-Rime Blending

Lesson 11: Initial Phoneme Identification

Lesson 12: Initial Phoneme Production

Lesson 13: Final Phoneme Identification

Lesson 14: Final Phoneme Production

Lesson 15: Medial Phoneme Isolation

Lesson 16: Phoneme Counting

Lesson 17: Blending Two- and Three-Phoneme Words

Lesson 18: Phoneme Blending

Lesson 19: Phoneme Segmentation

Lesson 20: Review of Initial, Medial, and Final Sounds and of Phoneme Counting, Blending, and Segmenting

4. Individualized Instruction in Phonemic Awareness

The Individualized Lessons

Assessment for the Individualized Lessons

Effectiveness of the Lessons

Getting Started

References

Assessment for Individualized Lessons

Progress Chart

5. The Individualized Lessons

Lesson 1: Beginning Sounds /m/ and /s/

Lesson 2: Beginning Sounds /f/ and /n/

Lesson 3: Beginning Sounds /p/ and /t/

Lesson 4: Review of Beginning Sounds

Lesson 5: Letters m and s for Beginning Sounds

Lesson 6: Letters f and n for Beginning Sounds

Lesson 7: Letters p and t for Beginning Sounds

Lesson 8: Letters m, s, and t for Beginning Sounds

Lesson 9: Letters n, p, and t for Beginning Sounds

Lesson 10: Review of Letters for Beginning Sounds

Lesson 11: Letters for n, p, t

Lesson 12: Ending Sounds /n/, /p/, /t/

Lesson 13: Ending Sounds /n/, /p/, /t/

Lesson 14: Beginning Letters m, s, f and Ending Letters n, p, t

Lesson 15: Beginning letters n, p, t and Ending Letters n, p, t

Lesson 16: Letters for Beginning and Ending Sounds

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6. Phoneme Characteristics and Lessons

Importance of Understanding Phoneme Production

Phonemes in Words

Similarities between Phonemes

Description of Phoneme Production

References

Lessons for Specific Phonemes

Phoneme /b/ (letter b)

Phoneme /k/ (letters c, k)

Phoneme /d/ (letter d)

Phoneme /f/ (letter f)

Phoneme /g/ (letter g)

Phoneme /h/ (letter h)

Phoneme /?/ (letter j)

Phoneme /l/ (letter l)

Phoneme /m/ (letter m)

Phoneme /n/ (letter n)

Phoneme /p/ (letter p)

Phoneme /r/ (letter r)

Phoneme /s/ (letter s)

Phoneme /t/ (letter t)

Phoneme /v/ (letter v)

Phoneme /w/ (letter w)

Phoneme /j/ (letter y)

Phoneme /z/ (letter z)

Phoneme / / (digraph sh)

Phoneme / / (digraph ch)

Phoneme / /('sing') (digraph ng)

Phonemes / ('thumb') /ð/ ('those') (digraph th)

Appendix: Books, Materials, and Alternative Books for Each Class Lesson

Index

 

Product Details

ISBN:
9781572307612
Author:
McCormick, Christine E.
Author:
Smitley, Jean M.
Author:
McCormick, Christine E.
Author:
McCormick, Christine B.
Author:
Throneburg, Rebecca N.
Publisher:
Guilford Publications
Location:
New York
Subject:
General
Subject:
Education
Subject:
English language
Subject:
Teaching Methods & Materials - Language Arts
Subject:
Teaching Methods & Materials - Reading
Subject:
Reading
Subject:
Language Experience Approach
Subject:
Reading -- Phonetic method -- United States.
Subject:
Reading (Early childhood) -- United States.
Subject:
Teaching Methods & Materials - Reading & Phonics
Subject:
Education-Teaching Guides
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Solving Problems in the Teaching of Literacy (Paperback)
Series Volume:
01-02
Publication Date:
20020431
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
from P up to 1
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
297
Dimensions:
11 x 8.5 in
Age Level:
from 3 to 6

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