One of the main research questions answered through this poster presentation is as follows: Is it possible to teach phonics in non-phonemic language? Can we in fact teach students to read phonetically when everyday language does not always follow the rules of phonics. Phonics instruction is essential for beginning readers both with and without disabilities. Phonics instruction has evolved over time from traditional approaches to ever advancing and engaging interactive methods, most recentlyvia interactive tablets. Tablets support the delivery of instruction to students in the area of phonics. Overall, research conducted for this poster presentation highlighted effective strategies and key components of phonics instruction in the modern day classroom.
Special Education and Teaching
Pace, Katelyn C.; Pribula, Rebekah; and Thrash, Shea, "Phonics Instruction" (2012). Applied Behavior Analysis (SPED 432) and Intervention Strategies for Literacy (SPED 431). Paper 11.