The debate came down to are you for or against phonics, are you for or against whole language
the Fernald technique, the Gillingham-Stillman Approach and Orton-Gillingham Approach, the language experience approach, the individualized reading approach, readability, oral reading, miscue analysis, the initial teaching alphabet, Words in Color, the linguistic approach, emergent literacy, story grammar, the Reading Recovery Program, phonemic awareness, the whole language
approach, literature circles, literature-based reading approaches, readers' theater, the Four Blocks Framework, the cloze procedure, the Question-Answer Relationship strategy, alternative assessment techniques, and the reading-writing workshop.
In Turkey, the Minishy of National Education (MONE) changed the reading instruction method in elementary schools from whole language
approach to phonics emphasis in 2005.
Councillor Sian Gwenllian, who has resigned from the board of CCG in protest at the decision, points out that appointing two key directors who do not speak Welsh could change the whole language
ethos of the organisation.
These awards are welcome because a ceremony like this will raise the profile of the whole language
By using scenarios, characters, and moral and ethical dilemmas, Wolk points the way toward incorporating language and experience in a holistic teaching method, not unlike the whole language
approach of a couple of decades ago.
as related to reading instruction and literacy as it is expressed in Whole Language
(Goodman 1996, 1986, 1976; Kohn, 1999; Weaver, 1990).
For decades now, educators, policymakers, parents, and communities have battled fiercely over how best to teach reading--phonics, whole language
, or scientifically based reading.
The debate about which approach was best - whole language
or phonics - raged in the 1990s, nowhere more than in Boden's then-home state.
Balancing phonics and whole language
reading instruction is like balancing food and poison," declares Onkar Ghate, a senior fellow at the Ayn Rand Institute, Irvine, Calif.
Volunteer adult literacy and grammar tutor Dorothy Lockspeiser presents The Write Way to Read: The Alternative to Phonics and Whole Language
, a guide for educators who help teach illiterate adults.