Phonics—Segment Six > Phonic Pattern Hopscotch and Preparing Flash Cards
Phonic Pattern Hopscotch is a strategy for those students--primary grade through adult—who need to acquire the necessary decoding skills to fluently read a large number of words from multigrade-level materials in a short period of time. Basic knowledge of the HR Phonic Elements is a prerequisite. This strategy is used after students have mastered the meanings of words for a particular reading selection.
New words are introduced, one phonic element at a time, starting with patterns the students know, and adding and blending the remaining consonants and vowel elements to complete the word. The daily use of Phonic Pattern Hopscotch by the teacher helps students independently apply their knowledge of the HR Phonic Elements, consonant sound/symbol relationships and other phonic patterns in the decoding of words.
Workshop Participants: Maria VanderVloedt, Jeanette Gorin, Theresa Dhondup, Michelle Peters, Patricia N. Mueller, Verna King
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