How to teach a child to read by syllables. Techniques – the pros and cons
Does your child grow up quickly and already know the letters? It’s time to start teaching a little man how to read by syllables. How quickly to achieve good results? Consider the positive and negative aspects of the techniques that most parents use today.
Modern moms and dads try to load a child with a variety of knowledge almost from the cradle. Unfortunately, this can harm both the physical health of children and their psychological state. Before you teach a child anything, ask yourself a question; but is my kid ready for this.
You can start learning to read, but under certain conditions
- The speech of the child was fully formed, he can express thoughts with coherent sentences.
- Phonemic hearing develops normally, allowing to distinguish sounds not only at the beginning or end of the word, but also in the middle.
- The kid does not have speech therapy ; disturbances in melody and rhythm of speech, incorrect pronunciation of a number of sounds.
- A crumb does not get confused in space, clearly distinguishing concepts; bottom; and; to the left; to the right;
There are two main ways of teaching, which are the opposite of each other; phonetic and linguistic.
- Phonetic method takes as a basis the alphabet. The kid first learns to pronounce the correct sounds and letters (phonetics), then add them to syllables and words.
- The linguistic method, using the science of the structure of language, proposes to start learning on known, often used words, which are read the same way as they are written.