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Of course, I always gave him the rule, e. Once one of us or me sounding out the first bit, and him finishing it had sounded out the word, he immediately said it naturally, no problem.
This is great, and it is surely a step toward fluent reading, but it is not itself fluent. If you always or usually ask the child to do it, he or she is learning to do that and might then do it dutifully. I watched him reading books, and I looked at his eyes moving very quickly over the page.
After one longer break from doing cards, a few months after we started, we decided to review all the cards we had done before. It seems obvious that such reviews could have helped refresh and solidify his knowledge. Beginning several months after starting, I also started asking him to read whole sentences, then short pages, and then whole very easy books.
I always made sure that he knew all the words. So he got more practice that way, and I of course helped him and did not insist or push.
He was never eager to do this except in small doses. About six months after he had started, he made another major advance.
But we kept doing the cards anyway, to solidify his phonetic understanding. I was glad we did that solidifying work, by the way; I think it helped. The last time I was regularly making new cards was a little over a year after we started.
Since then I did make one set of cards, in the interest of completeness, but I felt rather silly doing it, because he knew the words perfectly well—it was pretty pointless.
I never made cards for the last lists or so.
After all, I did show and read to him over 1, cards. I have encountered such skepticism in several places an example ; the toddler brain is supposed to be incapable of learning phonics, so apparently we did the impossible. His first words read were words that we spelled and sounded out together with refrigerator magnets.
I think he found that tedious. Frankly, the whole process was pretty painless, and I recommend it. But I realize, and you should know, that I am not a reading expert. Of course, your mileage may vary. Your Baby Can Read Note: I do not have any financial stake in the companies that sell Your Baby Can Read.
He also commented on this essay before I posted it. You might be able to find copies at the library. Also, there are other DVD and software programs that purport to do something similar, such as the Brillkids.Write algebraic equations or inequalities that represent a situation.
Justifying the elimination method.
Quadratic Equations. Solve a system of one linear and one quadratic equation in two variables. Set-builder notation and interval notation. Complement of a set. Use the roster method to write " the set of irrational numbers which scientific calculators have".
(when using Pi please spell the name without using a Greek letter) The answer: As you undoubtedly know already, the complete set of irrational numbers is so large it cannot be counted.
Ask Math Questions you want answered Share your favorite Solution to a math problem Share a Story about your experiences with Math which could inspire or help others. The roster method is also referred to as the "tabular form method." In mathematics, a "set" is defined as a collection of items, known as "elements." It is typically denoted by a capital letter.
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