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LB1573.3.H55 1999
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TITLE: Phonics / Susan Hill.
AUTHOR: Hill, Susan.
PUBLISHED: York, Maine : Stenhouse Publishers, 1999.
DESCRIPTION: 96 p. : 26 cm.
NOTES: In this book, Susan Hill provides a clear theoretical background to the principles of phonics teaching, and shows how this can be applied in a constructive and relevant way in the classroom. Eventhough English is not a regular phonetic language, it is important for young readers and writers to understand that there is a relationship between letters and sounds. The books dicusses the alphabetic principle and phonological awareness and looks at the different approaches to teaching phonics. It includes practical ideas for phonics instructon such as using everyday print and jingles, raps and rhymes. It also provides methods of assessing children's use of phonics within literacy activities.
SUBJECT: Reading--Phonetic method.
SUBJECT: Phonetics--Study and teaching (Primary).

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