Phonically enriched classic children's fiction. This book has added diacritics (graves, accents, umlauts, circumflexes, cedillas, ...) that allow learners to decode English spelling more easily. This is a level 3 version where the most common 324 words have been left un-enriched. Other versions can be found here http://bit.ly/GPlay-WOz-Beg http://bit.ly/GPlay-WOz-Easy http://bit.ly/GPlay-WOz-Med Other Titles: Peter Pan: http://bit.ly/GPlay-PPan-Beg http://bit.ly/GPlay-PPan-Easy http://bit.ly/GPlay-PPan-Med http://bit.ly/GPlay-PPan-Hard McGuffey [Phonic] Readers: Eclectic Primer (online FREE): http://bit.ly/MGffy-EP First Reader (Google Play): http://bit.ly/MGffy-FER Other tools: A key to the system, an online conversion page, and game http://bit.ly/AA-Key , http://bit.ly/AA-convertor , http://bit.ly/Phonics-Game1 Motivation Why are 'many/any/said' written with an 'a' not an 'e'? Why are 'Monday/month/some/come/money/love/ and does' written with an 'o' not an 'u'? What are the sounds of the 'y'-s in '(my/by/try), (only/body/study), (cyrstal/system/typical), and (you/yes/yet)? What sound do the 'o'-s in 'for, power, toy, foot, food' take? The augmented alphabet adds markings (markings called diacritics - for the linguists) to letters to indicate their sound. Children and Language Learners no longer have to guess at a word's pronunciation. Learning to read becomes easier. This phonetic transcription does not destroy the word-shape* (that learners recognise, like pictures - once they are fluent and past the stage of sounding out letters individually). It 'overlays' the word in its correct spelling. A reference to the word sound right over the word itself and not in a reference list, dictionary or website. * the International Phonetic Alphabet (I.P.A.), and the Initial Teaching Alphabet (I.T.A) do not preserve wordshapes. Other IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) titles: Anne of Green Gables http://bit.ly/GPlay-AGG-IPA The Princess of Mars http://bit.ly/GPlay-PoM-IPA Peter Pan http://bit.ly/GPlay-PPan-IPAThis book has added diacritics (graves, accents, umlauts, circumflexes, cedillas, ...) that allow learners to decode English spelling more easily. This is a level 3 version where the most common 324 words have been left un-enriched.
|Title||:||The Wizard of Oz|
|Author||:||L. Frank Baum|
|Publisher||:||Webpidgin - 2014-01-07|