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Unformatted text preview: a. Direct instruction: most teachers teach phonics with a systematic approach that begins with easier, common sounds, and then progresses into uncommon and tricky sounds; charts and posters can help students understand vowel blends and letter patterns b. Writing: it is important for students to use what they are learning in an everyday setting; students may write their names, titles of books, etc. c. Interactive Writing: students write as much as they can and sound out words as well as they can; teachers correct errors and look for patterns among the errors; teachers can take advantage of these errors and review sounds and spelling pat-terns, as well as grammar rules....
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- Fall '11
- Writing, Katherine Batti