The 320 page 2nd Edition manual has 5 chapters that provide complete explanations of how to introduce each Phonic Face, detailed teaching activities for letter/sound, phonemic awareness, and phonics learning. For teachers, the manual includes skill level charts, example lesson plans, suggested thematic units, activities for use of Phonic Faces books, and ideas for use of Phonic Faces in early childhood classrooms (pre-K through 1st grade). For special service providers, the manual explains use with special populations such as dyslexic, learning disabled, or speech impaired, as well as benefits to children with auditory processing disorders. For speech-language pathologists, the manual also includes a section on using Phonic Faces for articulation therapy.
Learn how Phonic Faces fit within a balanced literacy approach in every classroom, why it works for children with dyslexia, ADD, hearing impairment, autism, or other developmental disorders, how to use of Phonic Faces to teach phonemic awareness, detailed teaching activities for each of the letters, sounds, and digraphs, strategies for teaching phonics rules, and application to articulation and other phonological problems. Illustrations throughout the manual make it easy for all to read and follow.
This program makes learning the principles of letters and sounds simple for beginning readers. It is perfect for head start, early reading first, no child left behind, emergent literacy, pre-K, kindergarten, and as a supplement to programs such as hooked on phonics or Project Read.
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