How to teach children to read using phonics

How to teach children to read using phonics
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Episode 44: Interview with Louise Moore

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About Louise Moore

Louise V. Moore, a graduate with a B.A. in English from the University of Southern California, a high school English teacher, and a lover of poetry and the written word, has created a book about early childhood reading education. Some have called her the Mrs. Doubtfire of reading with her knowledge and storytelling ability. She has a book coming out soon with alphabet stories that will be a delightful companion book to Preschool Reading Success.

3 big ideas discussed in this episode:

  • When parents really understand the method, they can make it fun and natural way in helping their children to read
  • Examples of how you can discover the things that are fun for them but also learning experience with it and not feeling they are in a learning environment
  • These can be done in little spots all throughout the day as you are having fun

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Show Notes:

WHEN PARENTS REALLY UNDERSTAND THE METHOD, THEY CAN MAKE IT FUN AND NATURAL WAY IN HELPING THEIR CHILDREN TO READ

  • The parents should understand that they are the driver of this information, it is the basic and most common to let it sound for each letter in the initial sound of a word that a child finds funny and hilarious but using positive in some way.
  • The key is to connect to them with something that they really enjoy. You have to go word by word to see what catches their enthusiasm.
  • It can be their favorite stuff animal name, a pet, a food or anything positive that connects with your child.
  • There are many exceptions in the English language but focus only on the most basic common one.
  • When they are 4 or 5 they are open to learning. You can be very casual or you can watch carton together, fixing dinner, walking on the grocery mall and you just do it for few more moments to have lots of word that they will know.

EXAMPLES OF HOW YOU CAN DISCOVER THE THINGS THAT ARE FUN FOR THEM BUT ALSO LEARNING EXPERIENCE WITH IT AND NOT FEELING THEY ARE IN A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

  • They are not a learning environment at all just very casual and very informal, you just have to find their fun zone that really catches their attention.
  • You get down on their level and sometimes you let them lead the way. You have a few words like animals, a dog or a cat.
  • This little fun zone becomes the sweet spot where you have them really involve in what you are doing. You are not talking at them but you are trying to find that place that you are together where you are talking together in a happy and fun reaction from them.
  • You never force them, there’s no stress or expectation.
  • The whole idea is to be playful and have a happy connection between the two of you. It is really remarkable when you see how quick they learn in that environment. You put the sound together like a puzzle.

THESE CAN BE DONE IN LITTLE SPOTS ALL THROUGHOUT THE DAY AS YOU ARE HAVING FUN

  • You just do it here and there, when the child is in front of you at the kitchen and you are having some popcorn and you just sound the initial to let it sound the word.
  • When you’ve got some butter bu-bu-butter; and in some point, it captured them. Before all the distractions of a child you have to give them these kinds of information.
  • You can do it when you are driving around. It can be in very casual normal situations and you just drop it in and you just let it go.
  • It can be just few seconds and you can sprinkle it here and there, anytime and anywhere.

Quotes:

  • You have to go word by word to see what catches their enthusiasm.
  • You get down on their level and sometimes you let them lead the way.
  • This little fun zone becomes the sweet spot where you have them really involve in what you are doing.
  • Before all the distractions of a child you have to give them these kinds of information.

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