More Advanced Phonics Knowledge
Ability of child to see an advanced letter combination (i.e., "oi" or "ow") and identify its common sounds (i.e., /oy/ and /ō/ or /ow/, respectively)
How do I know if learning more advanced phonics knowledge is the student's most pressing need?
Child may be able to decode words using basic letter-sound knowledge, yet often stumbles because of lack of knowledge of advanced phonics.
Which TRI strategy most efficiently targets a student's need to learn more advanced phonics knowledge?
- Sort, Write, & Say, with a focus on one sound for about a week at a time
Which other TRI strategies also help support a student's development of advanced phonics knowledge?
- Segmenting Words Variation: Introducing Advanced Phonics Knowledge
- Word Division
- Search for the Sound
- Guided Oral Reading with a Green-friendly text that focuses on the target sound
Click to the Green Level Strategies for more information, including videos, about how to ensure your student efficiently acquires more advanced phonics knowledge.