A comparative study of two methods of synthetic phonics instruction for learning how to read Item Type:ArticleItem Status:Live ArchiveAbstractThe National Strategy for Primary Schools in England (2006) advocates synthetic phonics as a means forteaching children to read.
No studies exist to date comparing the effectiveness of different commercially available synthetic phonics methods. This case study compared two schools at which Jolly Phonics (JP) was taught coach store sale with one school at which THRASS (Teaching Handwriting, Reading and Spelling Skills) was taught at Receptionlevel (4 to 5 years) over a one year period. Reading ability for words and non words as well as short term memoryability for words and phonemes improved in all schools.
However, reading ability improved more in one JP schoolcompared to the THRASS school, with no differences between the other JP school and coach outlet locations yverdon the THRASS school. Thispaper considers how particular variables may mask instruction method effects, and coach outlet stores black friday advocates taking suchC Biological Sciences > C812 Educational coach outlet handbags xmas PsychologyDivisions:College of Social Science > School of PsychologyID Code:2559Deposited On:24 May 2010 12:20.
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