Word by Word Primary Phonics Picture Dictionary by Steven J. Molinsky, Bill Bliss
  

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Word by Word Primary Phonics Picture Dictionary by Steven J. Molinsky, Bill Bliss

*Over 1,000 words presented in lively full-color illustrations to assure 100% comprehension. *Short easy-to-use lessons (10-15 minutes) that offer explicit phonics instruction to augment a variety of reading materials, form graded readers to authentic literature. * A flexible program designed to support core reading, language arts, or English language learning materials - not replace them. *Careful sequencing and instructional strategies to promote language learning skills in listening discrimination, pronunciation, and basic grammar. *Clear and concise teaching strategies to promote simple, effective instruction. The Teacher's Guide offers complete step-by-step instructional strategies for teaching phonemic awareness and phonics - especially valuable for teachers who may be using a strategic, explicit approach for the first time. * Phonics chants and rhymes for all lessons in the program * Reproducible activity masters including word cards and game cards * Vocabulary games and activities for expanded practice * Home/Family learning activities to promote family involvement * Phonics assessment tests for placement and measurement of student achievement * Student progress reports to document learners' developing phonics skills

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Format

Hardback
236 pages

Author

Steven J. Molinsky, Bill Bliss
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Publisher

Pearson Education (US)

Publication date

16th August 1999

ISBN

9780130222060


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