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1. Diagnosis of readiness for learning to read

In order to teach a child to read is required to check the readiness of the visual and auditory memory for learning to read.

1.1. Willingness visual memory for learning to read

Child show a printed letter, and he should pencil or pen to write correctly outline of this letter. Child shows up to 10 characters in turn and removed from sight. Child in turn their "draws" on paper from memory.

1.1.1. Readiness Assessment pamyatik visual learning to read

If the child correctly drew the outlines of the letters, his visual memory is ready for learning to read.

If the child made a gross error in most letters or not able to draw the shape of the letters, his visual memory is not ready to learn.

1.1.2. Correction readiness pamyatik visual learning to read

Give the child a piece of paper and a pencil, show him the letters printed on a single, albeit records, until it learns to play correctly outlines printed letters from memory.

1.2. Willingness auditory memory for learning to read

The child must be able to hear the rumor allocated initial sound of the name of any object. Check start with words beginning with simple vowels:

Ahhh-aaarbuz, Oooo-oookun, etc.

If a child can easily determine the initial vowel sound, he gives the word beginning with consonants.

1.2.1. Readiness Assessment pamyatik auditory learning to read

If the child can identify the initial sound of the name of the word-that auditory memory readiness for learning to read 100%.

If the child can identify the initial sound of words by using the names of the adult - his auditory memory is ready for learning to read with the help of an adult, ie need a slight correction auditory memory on mastering the skill to allocate initial sound of the names of the words independently.

If a child can not allocate initial sound of the name of the object with serious help adult, his auditory memory is not ready for learning to read.

1.2.2. Correction readiness hearing pamyatik teaching reading

While the child does not hear and can not be called the initial sound of the name of a word, he needs to be corrected auditory memory for learning to read.

Correction is as follows: initial sound of the name of the word stretches as long as is required for a child to have heard him, and repeated.

Aarbuz, Aaarbuz, Aaaarbuz, Aaaaarbuz, Aaaaaaarbuz ...

Correction begins with words beginning with vowels, ends on words beginning with consonants.

When the child can independently allocate initial sound, then it is possible to begin to teach reading.

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