Phonics Evidence

This is not a definitive list of (synthetic) phonics research studies. ”The term “synthetic phonics” lacks what, in scientific terminology, is known as an “operational definition.”(D. McGuinness) https://www.collectionscanada.ca/obj/s4/f2/dsk1/tape8/PQDD_0002/NQ41321.pdf1999. Karen Sumbler. Phonological awareness combined with explicit alphabetic coding instruction in kindergarten, classroom observations and evaluation. http://jolly2.s3.amazonaws.com/Research/Getting%20Ready%20for%20Reading.pdf1999. Stuart. M. Synthetic phonics teaching improves reading and spelling in … Continue reading Phonics Evidence