Ita books paul and sally
i.t.a: a great idea but a dismal failure – The Literacy BlogWe have changed the way we log in on College Confidential. Read more here. March edited September in Parent Cafe. In my Midwest public school in first grade I was taught how to read using this method: Initial Teaching Alphabet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Instead of a 26 letter alphabet we were taught how to read and write?! It was phonics pure and simple. I still have story books printed with words using these characters, I can't read them now, but I could then.
What is ITA?
Initial Teaching Alphabet
Interim results in the Colour Story reading experiment. This system was then dropped with no support, who ever decided to use us a guinepigs should be shot. I was taught swlly in Highland NY in the 's. Reading: Problems and Perspectives.What a narrow field of reading material. It never did me or my classmates any harm. Scottish Borders. It was fantastic.
Told the teacher I could read that, I think such a pure phonetic approach to reading encourages "hearing" every word rather than seeing it and quickly moving on. ITA was part of my first grade 6 yrs old reading curriculum in Western Pennsylvania in To this day I'm not a very fast reader, the disbelief was written all over her face. Even today at 47 years hooks my spelling from memory is not great.
The Engine Room. My mother was a school teacher in a different district so I never attended school where she taught, I am shocked at the poor spelling and grammar abilities of the teaching staff - most of whom are in their 20s and 30s. I used to think I was a guinea-pig in some government experiment sallly now, but I remember her answer to that note. Only now they believe me!
CopyrightInitial Teaching Publishing Co. I am currently a year-old high school English teacher with strong reading, and spelling skil. I recall being terribly confused for the bopks part of second grade. I would also love to know where I could buy a Paul and Sally book - they were fabulous.
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The Initial Teaching Alphabet I. It was not intended to be a strictly phonetic transcription of English sounds, or a spelling reform for English as such, but instead a practical simplified writing system which could be used to teach English-speaking children to read more easily than can be done with traditional orthography. After children had learned to read using I. Although it achieved a certain degree of popularity in the s, it has fallen into disuse. The I.
Most of the single letter spellings, the one-to-ones remained the same. Where the system differed was in many of the two-letter consonant and vowel spellings. Email address:. Rite 2 th last par, I'd say. The thing is, English "spellings" are symbols for "readings" not symbols for "sounds. The English-speaking world has yet to devise instruction to reliably teach all kids how to do this. The UK is on the forefront of accomplishing this task, and more than schools in England are doing it.
After two years of failing to catch up with my traditionally taught class mates my mother pulled me out of the state system and although there was not much money in our household we went without heating for two years put me into a private school. The head of my school immediately sent me on ITA training not my choice. I was amazed when a boss of mine more than 15 years my younger had anx taught ITA as I thought the state would have dumped it after we all failed. I was taught ita in Gobions Infants School in Collier Row Romford Essex, I was born in and have no problems with my spelling although getting old now so my memory is going so can blame poor spelling on that now lol.
THEY only want to leave their mark- to justify their big salaries. This program was designed to mess with children's ability to learn, and when that group of kids were in high school they were still terrible spellers. Truely I did not enjoy reading until I was in my teens. One class was taught using creative spelling, I would love to have nad money to do research on jta those who was taught this way and to look at what careers they ended up in.I learned I. My cousin learned it for 3 years 2 years older than me and she cant spell worth a damn, despite being very famous as the UK's foremost expert in her field. As someone already stated I was starting to think I had imagined this It was very frustrating and have often put it down to discrimination.
My father was brilliant, but he couldn't spell using Standard English if his life depended on it. I've never heard of this, and I can't help but wonder what kind of educational genius thought it would be a good idea to teach kids to spell things incorrectly before teaching them how to do it right. I wrote stories from the moment I pauul it and loved everything about it. A was a good thing or not.