ABC's of new literacy

Saturday, November 11, 2006 for Phonics.
Phonics is a method of teaching elementary reading and spelling based on the phonetic interpretation of ordinary spelling.

Phonics plays a very important role in the students' reading fluency and comprehension. According to Educators Publishing Service (EPS), its research indicates that students who learn phonics do better in all aspects of reading - word identification, accuracy of oral reading, and silent reading comprehension and fluency - than those who do not learn it. This is also true in spelling.


Children are very lucky nowadays. Phonetics exercises are readily available online.


  • Your letter and illustration make a good point. For many or maybe even most, phonics is the best approach for initial reading instruction. Thanks for the good resources.

    By Blogger S McPherson, at 4:17 AM  

  • Dino posted in Blackboard "Nice job.I will use the links you put on your blog with my K and 1st grade classes."


    By Blogger S McPherson, at 8:07 AM  

  • Thank you for this. Good links and nice graphics!

    By Blogger Kelley O'Brien, at 3:33 PM  

  • great links, thank you.

    By Blogger Nazario, at 8:09 PM  

  • Here are some great links. I think they are important for home and school.

    By Blogger Darby, at 3:13 PM  

  • The links are awesome! I can't wait to play with them with my little cousins. I don't want to wait until I am a teacher.

    By Blogger KTabor, at 7:42 PM  

  • Some great links! Phonics are so important in reading development. I'm glad they are starting to make a comeback.

    By Blogger jlongo, at 8:32 PM  

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