Phoneme Segmentation Pt.1 – What you need to know

WHAT IS #phoneme #segmentation ? Phoneme segmentation is the ability to break words down into individual #sounds . For example, a child may break the word “sand” into its component sounds – /sss/, /aaa/, /nnn/, and /d/ 音素セグメンテーションとは何ですか? 音素セグメンテーションは、単語を個々の音に分解する機能です。 たとえば、子供が「砂」という単語をその構成要素の音に分解する場合があります– / sss /、/ aaa /、/ nnn /、および/ d / It’s the difference between correctly pronouncing the word “sand” and mispronouncing it “su-an-un-do” as it would be improperly pronounced in a katakanized sound! これは、「砂」という単語を正しく発音することと、カタカン化された音では正しく発音されないために「スアンウンド」と誤って発音することの違いです. WHY ARE PHONEME SEGMENTATION SKILLS IMPORTANT? Phoneme segmentation is essential in developing reading and spelling skills. In order to write or type words, children must: • break the word down into its component sounds • select the letters that represent these sounds. Children who have strong phonemic awareness skills demonstrate better literacy growth. 音素セグメンテーションスキルが重要なのはなぜですか? 音素のセグメンテーションは、リーディングとスペリングのスキルを伸ばすために不可欠です。の 単語を書いたりタイプしたりするには、子供は次のことをしなければなりません。 •単語をその構成音に分解する •これらの音を表す文字を選択します。 強い音素認識スキルを持つ子供は、より良い識字能力を示します成長.

The 9 Sounds Of The Letter ‘A’ | 文字「A」の9つの音

The 9 Sounds Of The Letter ‘A’ | 文字「A」の9つの音

The Nine Sounds Of “A”
The letter “A” makes nine sounds, or, to be more accurate, it makes eight sounds, and then it can be silent. Most #phonetic #reading #programs teach only two or three sounds for “A”. Yet students will frequently come across all nine “A” sounds and need to know them if they are to read well. Before looking below, write down how many sounds you know. Sounds of letter ‘a’
Owing to the non-ideal phonemic orthography of English, the letter ‘a’ makes more than one sound. In fact, it makes five different sounds. Let us look at these nine sounds:The nine sounds of “A”:

1. The short “a” as in at.

2. The long “a” as in ate.

3. It can be “silent” as in boat.

4. The short “u” as in tuna.

5. The short “e” as in many.

6. The short “o” as in water.

7. The “aw” sound as in ball.

8. The long “o” sound as in ward.

9. The short “i” as in garbage.

CVC Phonics: “Ug” Family Words

CVC Phonics: “Ug” Family Words

#word Families for our Early Learners – Early #readers
U-Week
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Today we’re going to do our last segment in our early learners—early readers program and, we’re ending it with “ug” family words

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CVC – UB: The Family Words

CVC – UB: The Family Words

#CVC #UBFAMILY #Words Standard – #Alphabetic Principle: Practice, Reading, #Writing, and #Spelling the Word Family of the Week: S-Week Check us out on the web at: www.americanschoolofenglish.info Today we’re going to do some “ – ub” family words : 今日、私たちはいくつかの「id」家族の言葉をするつもりです: cub , hub , rub , sub , tub , club Learning the ending sounds does two things, 1 helps #Esl learners properly pronounce the vowel a,e, I, o, u sounds along with the consonant sounds. And that is important in the beginning stages of reading or speaking–specifically for ESL students,and 2, helps ESl students become successful readers. Learning the words plus the sentences is important. Here are today’s beginning reader #sentences:ub 1. A baby bear is called a cub. 2. The center of a city is called a hub. 3. I rub my knee, it’s sore. 4. Take a bath in a tub. 5. Do you want to go to a club tonight? un family words. Special thanks to:  @Pixabay free video   @Epidemic Sound  Video by RODNAE Productions: https://www.pexels.com/video/kids-posing-at-a-park-8034399/ https://www.instagram.com/adailtoncn/ https://www.instagram.com/rodnae.prod/

CVC “ip” Family Words

CVC “ip” Family Words

Standard – #Alphabetic Principle: Practice, Reading, #Writing, and #Spelling the Word Family of the Week: S-Week Check us out on the web at: www.americanschoolofenglish.info Today we’re going to do some “ip” family words

: 今日、私たちはいくつかの「ip」家族の言葉をするつもりです: dip , hip, lip, rip, sip , tip, zip, skip Learning the ending sounds does two things, 1 helps #Esl learners properly pronounce the vowel a,e, I, o, u sounds along with the consonant sounds. And that is important in the beginning stages of reading or speaking–specifically for ESL students,and 2, helps ESl students become successful readers. Learning the words plus the sentences is important. Here are today’s beginning reader #sentences : 1.I love chips with dip. 2.Dance with your hips. 3.Don’t bite your lip. 4.Don’t rip your shirt. 5.Sip your drink, please.. 6.Please tip the waiter. 7.Zip up your jacket. 8.Let’s skip some rope.

Phonics ID: The ‘Family Words’

Phonics ID: The ‘Family Words’

#Standard – #Alphabetic #Principle: Practice, Reading, #Writing, and #Spelling the Word Family of the Week
Q-Week
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Today we’re going to do some “id” family words :
今日、私たちはいくつかの「id」家族の言葉をするつもりです:
bid , did hid, kid, lid , rid, skid, slid
Learning the ending sounds does two things, 1 helps #Esl learners properly pronounce the vowel a,e, I, o, u sounds along with the consonant sounds. And that is important in the beginning stages of reading or speaking–specifically for ESL students,and 2, helps ESl students become successful readers.
Learning the words plus the sentences is important.
Here are today’s beginning reader #sentences :
1.He made the opening bid.
2.What did you do last night?
3.The boy hid in the closet.
4.The kids are hungry.
5.Put a lid on the jelly.
6.Let’s get rid of the trash.
7.The car can do a skid.
8.The girl slid down the slide.

30 Minutes of Relaxing Ambient Music – Meditation – Zen – Meditation – Music – Babbling River

30 Minutes of Relaxing Ambient Music – Meditation – Zen – Meditation – Music – Babbling River

#Relax with the #calming sounds of the flowing waters of an isolated river/lake, cascading down soft slippery rocks and the spring songs of birds filling the air deep into the woods. This Ultra High Definition (UHD/ 2160p) HDR nature video and natural sounds can be used to create a refreshing atmosphere of peace and tranquility and #zen in your home or place of work and to help with sleep, relaxation, meditation, studying, working, yoga, etc.

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Music by JuliusH from Pixabay
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CVC “et” Family Words

CVC “et” Family Words

#Word #Families for our #Early #Learners – #Early #Readers
P-Week
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Today we’re going to do some “et” family words :
今日、私たちはいくつかの「et」家族の言葉をするつもりです:
bet , get , jet , let , net , pet , set , vet , wet , yet
Learning the ending sounds does two things, 1 helps #Esl learners properly pronounce the vowel a,e, I, o, u sounds along with the consonant sounds. And that is important in the beginning stages of reading or speaking–specifically for ESL students,and 2, helps ESl students become successful readers.
Learning the words plus the sentences is important.
Here are today’s beginning reader #sentences :
1.Let’s make a bet?
2.Can you get me a drink?
3.Let’s ride on a jet plane.
4.Let me play, too, please?
5.Catch a fish with the net.
6.I have a pet snake.
7.Set the table ,would you!.
8.My father is an animal vet.
9.Cats don’t like to get wet.
10.Are you finished , yet?

Learn These Common “IT” Family Words

Learn These Common “IT” Family Words

Why is it important to teach #wordfamilies?
After children learn the #letter #sounds, they begin to put the sounds together to make words.

Word families help #Kindergarteners recognize:

Familiar letter patterns within words.

Recognize that most #CVC (#consonant, #vowel, #consonant) words have a short vowel sound.

Recognize that most CVCe words have a long vowel sound.
Blend three-letter sounds (phonemes) to make a word.

Identify which letters come together to make a word we use.

Identify which letters come together to form a nonsense word.

Begin to hear a rhyming pattern within a group of words.
Word families are a great way to begin seeing and hearing letter patterns in words. The more we practice word families, the stronger reader our Kindergarteners will become.

IGFamily Phonics: How to Read #CVC Words

IGFamily Phonics: How to Read #CVC Words

Why is it important to teach #wordfamilies?
After children learn the #letter #sounds, they begin to put the sounds together to make words.

Word families help #Kindergarteners recognize:

Familiar letter patterns within words.

Recognize that most #CVC (#consonant, #vowel, #consonant) words have a short vowel sound.

Recognize that most CVCe words have a long vowel sound.

Blend three-letter sounds (phonemes) to make a word.