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By Marilyn Rosenthal, PhD
It's so easy to use the ESL phonics books
. . . we almost didn't create a Teacher's Guide!
But for teachers who are working with full classes
of non-readers all at the same level, there's a lot you can do to
supplement the acquisition of systematic phonics awareness.
Dr. Marilyn Rosenthal is an expert in linguistics and teacher
training, and has produced an excellent guide for the first three books.
The Teacher's Guide will point out how the phonics needs of
English language learners differ from the phonics needs of
native English speakers (if you need to justify that to your
administration, in case they are pressing you to use materials
more appropriate for mainstream students ).
Each unit gives tips on pronunciation practice for the
sound/symbol introduced, vocabulary tips, and lists of verbs
and adjectives using the sound (the student books picture nouns only).
Reproducible Answer Pages that come with the Teacher's
Guide allow students to work at their own pace in the student
books with the Audio CDs, correct their own work. The Guide
gives tips for setting up, keeping track, and encouraging students.
The Teacher's Guide is presented for you in a 3-ring binder
so pages will lie flat. You can easily remove the answer pages
to photocopy them.
Reproducible Answer Pages for ESL Phonics Books
Four and Five are available at no charge.
The Teacher's Guide for ESL Phonics for All Ages,
Books Four and Five will be available in the future.
|Recommended for Ages||7 years old to adult|
|Recommended for English Level||Pre-literate Beginning to Advanced|
|Author||Marilyn Rosenthal, PhD|