Sounds-Language Phonetics

Sounds-Language Phonetics

Through Phonics children can read quickly by recognizing the sounds that each individual letter makes. Once these sounds are identified they can combine the sounds of the letters into combinations which make up the words being read. This blending of the sounds that letters make to create words is fundamental to the blending approach of phonics. Children learn to read and de-code new words using this method rather than memorizing lists of words.

Vowels
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First level consonants
Second level consonants
Orthographic difficulties
Double terminal consonants
Indistinct
Metathesis
presentation – c
presentation of q
presentation of X
Homophone
Homophones
Homogram