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Reading can refer to both the act of reading and the study of how to teach others to read. Courses in reading at the elementary school level usually refer to the former, and at the professional and university level to the latter.

Learning how to read[edit | edit source]

See Introduction to books and related potential course titles there.

The study of reading[edit | edit source]

Other courses should be designed for continuing reading practice, and learning how to teach reading to others.

How to pronounce letters[edit | edit source]

Some letters can be pronounced more than one way.

  • a - makes an ah noise
  • b - makes a buh noise
  • c - makes a kuh noise
  • d - make a de noise
  • e - makes an e noise
  • f - makes an fuh noise
  • g - makes a ge noise
  • h - makes a hu noise
  • i - make an i noise
  • j - makes a ju noise
  • k - makes the same noice as c
  • l - makes a le noise
  • m - makes a me noise
  • n - makes a ne noise
  • o - makes an o noise
  • p - makes a pe noise
  • q - makes a kw noise
  • r - makes a re noise
  • s - makes a se noise
  • t - makes a te noise
  • u - makes an ua noise
  • v - makes a ve noise
  • w - makes a we noise
  • x - makes a cks noise
  • y - makes a ye noise
  • z - makes a ze noise

Reading lists[edit | edit source]

See Also[edit | edit source]