“Knowledge of languages is the doorway to wisdom.” — by Roger Bacon
know the 26 letters and the sounds
individual letters or sets of letters are matched to the sounds of spoken English. The sound k, for example, can be written as c, k, ck, or ch.
By teaching students to mix the sounds of letters together, they can sound out new or unknown words. When a student learns the sounds for the letters t, p, a, and s, they may begin to form words like "tap," "taps," "pat," "pats," and "sat."
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