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1 Integrating Phonics Activities into Your EFL Classroom Welcome - Chào mừng bạn For Better English Education

2 Welcome Find out about the person next to you. Ask: – Name – Something interesting – Hardest class? How did you deal with it? – Something else (your choice) For Better English Education

3 Welcome For Better English Education Name: Ian Fact: I’ve been on the news. Hardest class taught: Teaching middle school students Any Questions?

4 Program Approaches to reading instruction Phonics: what and why? Incorporating phonics into the classroom For Better English Education

5 Approaches to Reading How do we teach reading in foundation courses? What is the whole-language approach? What is the phonics approach? Can they exist together? For Better English Education

6 Approaches to Reading The Whole-language Approach Words learned as complete words Reading with little analysis Read aloud / lots of exposure to words For Better English Education

7 Approaches to Reading Problems with the Whole-language Approach Rote memorization Large oral vocabulary needed Negative affect when meeting unknown words For Better English Education

8 Approaches to Reading The Phonics Approach Focus on sounds and patterns in pronunciation Read by breaking words up For Better English Education

9 Approaches to Reading Problems with the Phonics Approach Can be mechanical Less focus on meaning Requires expensive materials For Better English Education

10 Phonics Why Phonics? Phonics provides students with essential skills Can incorporate both approaches to Learn through play For Better English Education

11 Incorporating Phonics How do I incorporate phonics into my classroom? Activities Games Stories For Better English Education

12 Incorporating Phonics How do I align activities with my lessons? Consider the stakeholders Consider your aims (reading / speaking issue) Consider what your are teaching and how your phonics activity will compliment it For Better English Education

13 Incorporating Phonics Features of good phonics activities Fun, active and exciting Level appropriate and memorable Provide opportunity for production For Better English Education

14 Phonics Activities Flashcards Easy and fun to make Can be used in meaning-focused activities Students can take them home How many activities can you think of? For Better English Education

15 Phonics Activities Flashcards - Demonstration Can I have two volunteers? How can you adapt this activity for stronger or weaker students? For Better English Education

16 Phonics Activities Dictations Easy and fun to do Can be used in meaning-focused activities Active and burns energy How many types can you think of? For Better English Education

17 Phonics Activities Dictations - Demonstration Can I have two volunteers? How can you adapt this activity for stronger or weaker students? For Better English Education

18 Phonics Activities Stories, Chants and Songs Requires some preparation Entertaining and memorable Incorporate 4-skills / art How many types can you think of? For Better English Education

19 Phonics Activities Stories, Songs and Chants - Demonstration How can you adapt this activity for stronger or weaker students? For Better English Education

20 Wrap-up Approaches to reading Phonics – What and why? Incorporating phonics into the classroom - Flashcards - Dictations - Stories, songs and chants For Better English Education

21 Further Reading Baumann et al. (1998). Where are teachers’ voices…” The Reading Teacher. 15(8). Bear & Templeton. (1998). “Explorations in developmental spelling.” The Reading Teacher. 52(8). Cunningham & Cunningham. (2002). In Farstrub & Samuels (eds.) What research has to say about reading instruction (3 rd Ed.). Paul, D. (2003) Teaching English to Children in Asia. Pearson Longman. Stahl, S. (1992). “Saying the P word” The Reading Teacher. 45(8). Stahl, et al. (1998). “Everything you want to know about phonics.” Reading Research Quarterly. 33(3). For Better English Education

22 We Do Phonics Check out for our comprehensive offerings of phonics titles, teacher resources and other ELT products. For Better English Education


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