Explicit & Implicit Phonics Approaches to Literacy

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The system of relationships between written and spoken language is called:

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1. Tanisha explains to her class the phonics rule that an 'e' at the end of a word is usually silent in English. She is using ____ phonics instruction.

2. Clarissa decides to teach the 'sh' sound by reading a poem where every line starts with a word with 'sh' in it. She is using ____ phonics instruction.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Find out how much you know about explicit and implicit phonics approaches to literacy with this multiple-choice quiz and worksheet. The quiz requires you to recall the type of phonics instruction that might cause children to view reading as a chore, among other details.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet will test you on the following:

  • A term for the system of relationships between written and spoken language
  • Explaining the rule of an 'e' at the end of a word
  • Teaching the 'sh' sound by reading a poem in which it's included
  • Phonics instruction with more scientific evidence that supports its efficacy
  • When reading might be viewed as a chore

Skills Practiced

  • Making connections - use what you've learned to make connections between phonics instruction and scientific evidence that supports its efficacy
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained about what can cause children to view reading as a chore
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about phonics instruction that involves reading a poem to teach the 'sh' sound and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

Learn more about this topic by reviewing the lesson titled Explicit & Implicit Phonics Approaches to Literacy. Here's the type of information you'll find in this lesson:

  • An overview of how explicit and implicit phonics compare
  • Examples of phonics instruction using both approaches
  • How to teach that 'a-consonant-e' makes a long 'a' sound
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