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phon·ics

 (fŏn′ĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
1. A method of teaching elementary reading and spelling based on the phonetic interpretation of ordinary spelling.
2. Phonetics.

phonics

(ˈfɒnɪks)
n (functioning as singular)
1. (General Physics) an obsolete name for acoustics1
2. (Education) a method of teaching people to read by training them to associate letters with their phonetic values
ˈphonic adj
ˈphonically adv

phon•ics

(ˈfɒn ɪks or, for 2, ˈfoʊ nɪks)

n. (used with a sing. v.)
1. a method of teaching reading and spelling based upon the phonetic interpretation of ordinary spelling.
2. Archaic. phonetics (def. 1).
[1675–85]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.phonics - teaching reading by training beginners to associate letters with their sound valuesphonics - teaching reading by training beginners to associate letters with their sound values
teaching reading - teaching beginners to read
Translations
عِلْم الصَّوْت
fonetika
lydlære
hljóîeîlisfræîi
fonika
akustikafonika
söyleniş bilgisi

phonics

[ˈfɒnɪks] n (used in the teaching of reading)méthode f syllabique

phonics

(ˈfəuniks or ˈfoniks) noun plural
the science of sound, or of spoken sounds.
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Much research supports the view that phonics instruction is important, as phonics knowledge is considered one of the key predictors of later reading success (Adams, 2001; Ehri & Roberts, 2006).
Sadly, some politicians, educational bureaucrats and others continue to raise phonics as the be-all and cure-all elixir for learning to read and write.
A NEW business which has developed an app to help children learn phonics has been backed by Merseyside Special Investment Fund (MSIF).
CHILDREN taught to read using phonics, where they recognise sounds not whole words, are 28 months ahead of what is expected of them by the age of seven.
Phonics teaches pupils to read by using sounds rather than recognising whole words and has been hailed by ministers as the best way to teach young children to read.
of Pittsburgh) and Mark Beck, a reading specialist at a charter school, outline tools and strategies for phonics instruction in grades K-3, such as word building, multisyllabic decoding, and fluency.