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by Miriam Balmuth Ph.D.,Jeanne Chall,Marilyn Adams Ph.D.

Download The Roots of Phonics: A Historical Introduction, Revised Edition ePub
  • ISBN 1598570366
  • ISBN13 978-1598570366
  • Language English
  • Author Miriam Balmuth Ph.D.,Jeanne Chall,Marilyn Adams Ph.D.
  • Publisher Brookes Publishing; Revised edition (March 4, 2009)
  • Pages 256
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  • Category Reference
  • Subcategory Words Language and Grammar
  • Size ePub 1121 kb
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To teach phonics effectively to children learning to read, education professionals need a deep understanding of the nuances and complexities of the English language. That's why this highly influential classic is more important than ever. A book that shaped the work of the most respected and prominent literacy experts, The Roots of Phonics is finally back in print to enlighten a new generation of professionals—many of whom have not had phonics instruction themselves.

Through this clear and concise history of how modern English phonics developed, readers will trace the evolution of familiar language concepts: the alphabet, syllables, vowels and consonants, spelling, pronunciation, punctuation marks, and more. As readers uncover the "big picture" of phonics and the forces that shaped it, they'll learn fascinating facts such as

why our alphabet has 26 letterswhat sparked the phonics vs. whole language debatehow Spanish, French, Dutch, Native American, and other languages influenced the development of American Englishwhat phonemes, graphemes, and morphemes are, and how they relate to each otherhow the invention of movable type affected writing and spellingwhy British spellings faded from American Englishhow different pronunciations take hold in different regions of the country More than a history lesson, this landmark book strengthens readers' understanding of the English language and illuminates the longtime importance of phonics in education—critical insights they'll use as they help children learn to read.

A must for the library of every education professional, SLP, and researcher who works to promote children's literacy.


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The Roots of Phonics : A Historical Introduction Miriam Balmuth is Professor Emeritus of hunter College of the City . Dr. Adams' scholarly contributions include the book Beginning to Read: Thinking and Learning About Print (MIT Press, 1994).

The Roots of Phonics : A Historical Introduction. Miriam Balmuth is Professor Emeritus of hunter College of the City University of New York. Balmuth received a P. in Educational Psychology from New York University and an . in Elementary Education with a specialization in developmental and remedial reading at The City College of New York. Formerly Professor of Education, she helped develop and then headed the . program in Reaching Teacher Education at Hunter College.

That's why this highly influential classic is more important than ever.

According to Marilyn Adams (2001), the goal of systematic instruction is one of maximizing the likelihood that . Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes.

According to Marilyn Adams (2001), the goal of systematic instruction is one of maximizing the likelihood that whenever children are asked to learn something new, they already possess the appropriate prior knowledge and understandings to see its value and to learn it efficiently. Explicit instruction refers to lessons in which concepts are clearly explained and skills are clearly modeled, without vagueness or ambiguity.

ISBN13: 9780748612512.

ISBN13: 9781598570366. ISBN13: 9780748612512.

The book offers a comprehensive introduction to the main branches of the Buddhist tradition in both the Mahayana and Theravada schools, including the Madhyamika school, the Yogacara school, Pure Land devotionalism, Tibetan Tantric Buddhism, Zen Buddhism, and village folk Buddhist.

The book offers a comprehensive introduction to the main branches of the Buddhist tradition in both the Mahayana and Theravada schools, including the Madhyamika school, the Yogacara school, Pure Land devotionalism, Tibetan Tantric Buddhism, Zen Buddhism, and village folk Buddhist traditions

The roots of phonics: a historical introduction .

The roots of phonics: a historical introduction. Balmuth, M. (1982) The roots of phonics: a historical introduction (New York, Teachers College Press). Teaching phonics in context: a critique of the National Literacy Strategy, paper presented to the Teaching Phonics in the National Literacy Strategy DfES Seminar.

The book was originally described as "fiction," yet sold in the non-fiction .

The book was originally described as "fiction," yet sold in the non-fiction section of bookstores. Historical marker in front of Alex Haley's boyhood home in Henning, Tennessee (2007). In the concluding chapter of Roots, Alex Haley wrote: To the best of my knowledge and of my effort, every lineage statement within Roots is from either my African or American families' carefully preserved oral history, much of which I have been able conventionally to corroborate with documents.

She graduated from the City College of New York in 1941 with a . Between 1950 and 1965 Chall rose from lecturer to professor at City College.