2. What is Phonics for Reading? . A research-based program that:Focuses on the decoding, fluency, and comprehension skills usually mastered in grades K-3.Utilizes explicit, teacher-directed instruction to introduce skills and strategies.Provides distributed practice and cumulative review.Targets
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Procedure #1. Provide extensive reading practice.(Silent, choral, individual turns, partner, cloze)
Procedure #2. Work on fluency at the word level.(When reading word lists, correct all errors, have students reread word lists until competent.)
Procedure #3. Utilize repeated reading exercises to increase fluency.
(Chard et.al, 2002)
Procedure #3. Repeated Reading- Student reads the same material a number of times (at least three)
The following types of comprehension tasks are included in
Phonics for Reading: