B-2.5 Get Rationale & Instructions Book for Initial-Consonants Cards - Intermediate & Advanced
B-2.5 Get Rationale & Instructions Book for Initial-Consonants Cards - Intermediate & Advanced
B-2.5 Get Rationale & Instructions Book for Initial-Consonants Cards - Intermediate & Advanced
B-2.5 Get Rationale & Instructions Book for Initial-Consonants Cards - Intermediate & Advanced
B-2.5 Get Rationale & Instructions Book for Initial-Consonants Cards - Intermediate & Advanced
B-2.5 Get Rationale & Instructions Book for Initial-Consonants Cards - Intermediate & Advanced
B-2.5 Get Rationale & Instructions Book for Initial-Consonants Cards - Intermediate & Advanced
B-2.5 Get Rationale & Instructions Book for Initial-Consonants Cards - Intermediate & Advanced

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B-2.5 Get Rationale & Instructions Book for Initial-Consonants Cards - Intermediate & Advanced

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B-2.5 Get Rationale & Instructions for Use of Initial-Consonants Cards, Intermediate & Advanced

76-Page Initial Consonants, Intermediate & Advanced Activity & Idea Book

 

 

Who It’s For: Teachers & Independent Learners of Common through Unusual Initial Consonant Sounds, Digraphs, & Clusters with their Spellings in One- & Multi-Syllabic Vocabulary 

Why You Need It: It covers just about all English sounds and spellings that can begin syllables. Used with 168 Intermediate and/or 248 Advanced Word & Picture Cards (or comparable materials), its steps for preparation, lessons, and follow-up will streamline phonics/spelling instruction at all levels of language proficiency.  

What You’ll Do:  

[1] Get the rationale for using linguistically-designed educational materials in Phonics & Spelling instruction at intermediate to advanced learning levels.                                

[2] Use 420 typical vocabulary items as examples. Notice how they illustrate nearly all sounds and spellings of the language, from the most basic to the most unusual of sound-symbol correlations. Refer to explanations, charts, and tables for pedagogical info, notes, and teaching tips.

[3] Follow, adapt, or supplement instructions for prep, lesson, and follow-up activities. Prove to yourself and others that enjoyable card-play,  path-board, and oral word competitions can be effective language-ed  vehicles.    

[4] Use the classifications of nouns and verbs (People/Animals, Places, Things, Actions/Activities) for vocabulary building. Note that “interesting” proper nouns, including place names, will appeal to advanced learners.