Don't Talk to Me About Vowels (Excerpt) (2003)

A Resource Book on Sounding Out Words Based on the Experience of Community Literacy Programs In and Around Metro Toronto

The following chapters are excerpted from Don't Talk to Me About Vowels, published by Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy in 1994, as part of the Sounding Out Words Project. This book examines how phonics work is done in community-based literacy programs.

The running text provides background information for tutors and facilitators. Along with this text are Case Studies, which can be read in conjunction with the text or by themselves. For students and their tutors/facilitators, there are Working Ideas Boxe, which present specific ideas for ways of working with phonics information, raise questions, and provide the basis for negotiation between students and tutors/facilitators about ways of working.

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