From the first day a definite place on the program should be given to phonics.
phonics is not a method of teaching reading, but it is a necessary part of every good, modern method.
Especial attention is called to the system of phonics developed.
As new words are met containing known sounds, the pupils should apply their knowledge of phonics.
The real difficulty in phonics lies in the fact that the pronunciation of the English language abounds in inconsistencies.
The attention given to the use of diacritical marks, silent letters, and phonics.
There should be at least two ten-minute lessons in phonics each day.