The brand new learning phonics for teachers platform offering free phonics resources, activities and games for parents, educators and children! Phonemic Awareness Phonics is a fundamental part of learning to read the English language.
FREE online reading program that teaches phonics for children in kindergarten and up. Each lesson focuses on a different group of consonant and vowel phonemes, with sound cards to show the relationship between letters and pictures. Free phonics resources Free worksheets and online activities help kids review their skills before moving on to the next lesson. These free resources are also perfect for teachers to use in the classroom or as part of their lesson plans. Phonics Alphabet, covers the 42 phonemes that make up the English language. These are essential for reading fluency and are taught in the Common Core order.
Coming Soon More resources will be added throughout the year. Register below to be one of the first to know! Academic English The English language ability required for academic achievement in context-reduced situations, such as classroom lectures and textbook reading assignments. Accuracy Accuracy is the ability to recognize words correctly.
Adequate yearly progress An individual state’s measure of yearly progress toward achieving state academic standards. Adequate Yearly Progress” is the minimum level of improvement that states, school districts and schools must achieve each year. ADHD See attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Advanced phonics Strategies for decoding multisyllabic words that include morphology and information about the meaning, pronunciation, and parts of speech of words gained from knowledge of prefixes, roots, and suffixes. Alphabetic principle The concept that letters and letter combinations represent individual phonemes in written words.
The Americans With Disabilities Act gives civil rights protections to individuals with disabilities similar to those provided to individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, age, and religion. It guarantees equal opportunity for individuals with disabilities in public accommodations, employment, transportation, state and local government services, and telecommunications. Ample opportunities for student practice Students are asked to apply what they have been taught in order to accomplish specific reading tasks. Practice should follow in a logical relationship with what has just been taught. Once skills are internalized, students are provided with more opportunities to independently implement previously learned information. Analogy Comparing two sets of words to show some common similarity between the sets. Antonym A word opposite in meaning to another word.
Attention deficit disorder is an older name for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is the inability to use skills of attention effectively. Studies suggest that five to ten percent of children, adolescents, and adults may have ADHD. Automaticity Automaticity is a general term that refers to any skilled and complex behavior that can be performed rather easily with little attention, effort, or conscious awareness. These skills become automatic after extended periods of training.
With practice and good instruction, students become automatic at word recognition, that is, retrieving words from memory, and are able to focus attention on constructing meaning from the text, rather than decoding. B Background knowledge Forming connections between the text and the information and experiences of the reader. Base words Base words are words from which many other words are formed. For example, many words can be formed from the base word migrate: migration, migrant, immigration, immigrant, migrating, migratory. Bilingual education An educational program in which two languages are used to provide content matter instruction. Bilingual education programs vary in their length of time, and in the amount each language is used. Blending The task of combining sounds rapidly, to accurately represent the word.