RRR: REMEDIAL READING RESCUE: SYLLABICATION: ONSETS AND RIMES
PART EIGHTH of a series in remedial reading PowerPoint Presentations.
Over 50 slides with graphics, sounds and teacher's notes.
Phonic sounds is a basic skill all readers need in order to decipher reading material. The specific letter sounds within a word must be accurately seen, sounded and heard in order for the reader to understand the word, and eventually its meaning.
This presentation develops the skill of SYLLABICATION: ONSETS AND RIMES It deepens the basic skill of vowel sounds and simple word construction through use of onsets (word beginnings-blends) and rimes (common word endings) . This program demonstrates its proper use and provides a variety of exercises in order to practice and perfect the skill.
There are two main theories for the nature of Reading: Psycholinguistic guessing game and Complex series of skills. This program encompasses mainly the mastery of the reading skills necessary to achieve comprehension. It is this authors believe that only with a sound basis in the fundamentals, will the reader be able to "guess" the meaning of any passage.
Vince Konicek, earned his Master's Degree in Educational Psychology, at University of California - Riverside. Under the tutelage of Dr. Harry Singer, Vince studied and researched the many different theories of reading, and has incorporated many into his RRR: Remedial Reading Rescue Program.
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