Blending Sounds Using Continuous…

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Blending Sounds Using Continuous Phonation

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Research from Gonzalez-Frey and Ehri (2020) indicates that continuous phonation is more effective than segmented phonation when teaching young children to read. This simple visual starring Dogtor Hugo can be used to support young children to sound out their words with “smooth sounds” (continuous phonation – where one sound blends into the next) rather than “jumping sounds” (segmented phonation).

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