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1.Explain how a lesson in systematic and explicit phonics instruction would look different than a lesson using non-systematic instruction. Provide specific examples of both.

2.Identify and describe two recommended strategies to teach word recognition and two recommended strategies to teach spelling. In addition, identify technology tools available to use in instruction for both areas. Why do you find these particularly effective or useful?

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Systematic and Non-Systematic Phonics Instruction
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Systematic and Non-systematic Phonics Instruction Lessons
A systematic and explicit phonics instruction lesson entails a combination of both
phonics instructions and precise instructions in helping struggling students gain the concepts.
Phonics instruction involves a piecemeal approach, alphabetical sounds as well as unorganized
approach (Adams, M. J. 2001). These alone are not necessarily effective thus they need explicit
phonics. Explicit phonics, on the other hand, means that one has to start from the most
straightforward sound in a word to a complex concept. That is building from patterns to syllables
and finally the whole word. These two instructions play a vital role in assisting readers to
understand how to link letters into sounds to form letter-sound correspondences and spelling
patterns. They do this by building relevant small concepts to more complex concepts and apply
this i...

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