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Mixed-Phonics를 통한 효과적인 Phonics 지도방안 연구

A Study on the Effective Phonics Strategies

Phonics is the elementary level of learning English and one of the most prominent approaches for helping the illiterate to read. It can be especially helpful, not only for reading books but also distinguishing phonemes and learning to pronounce them accurately according to the standards of Phonics in the EFL situation. Essentially, there are three reasons that EFL students should study Phonics. First, it is necessary for English learners to study phonemes, because English may have a different phonetic system from their native language. Second, misunderstanding of phonemes can create problems in communication, so it is important that English learners learn to hear and use Phonics correctly. Third, if English is only verbally studied without reading, it can cut students off from information in their textbooks and stunt the learners' desire to learn more about English. In this paper, I would like to propose four ways that teachers can teach Phonics efficiently. I would also like to suggest the most practical ways of teaching Phonics to Korean elementary school students. First, Teaching phonemic awareness with the PIM(Phonics in Motion). Second, Teaching vocabulary with the phonogram. Third, Teaching sentences with story books. Fourth, Teaching pronunciation with songs and making the students interested. Studying phonemes with the Alphabet and studying vocabulary with the phonogram are already two widespread methods of teaching Phonics. In this paper, however, I emphasize that teachers use an Alphabet chant when they teach phonemes. I also propose that they teach English with not only text sources but, when teaching with the phonogram, they should also use pictures. Studying phonics with story books and songs can be applied to a Whole Language Approach to compensate for the weaknesses of Phonics. We can practice a lot of exceptions to the rules when we use a story as an outgrowth of the shared reading experience, and this provides a better understanding of the text. Finally, studying with songs motivates learners, and makes lessons more entertaining. However, the ongoing debate over the best way to teach children to read focuses on two methods: Phonics and the Whole Language Approach. There have been countless arguments on each side, but never any strong enough to convince people that one is clearly better than the other. As our society becomes more complicated and people grow more diverse, it may become difficult to teach all students with only one teaching method. Thus, teachers should attempt to employ various methods of teaching. In this paper, I suggest that teachers should formulate a better plan of teaching Phonics with the adoption of WLA(Whole Language Approach). Teachers must use a combination of both approaches to most successfully teach English.

Ⅰ. 서 론

Ⅱ. Phonics 지도의 내용과 방법

Ⅲ. Mixed-Phonics를 통한 실제 수업지도

Ⅳ. 결 론

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