Mr. Gunning teaches methods of instruction at Southern Connecticut and Central Connecticut Universities. He concentrates on an innate propensity of students to try to find portions of words which they can pronounce. In doing so, the student can establish the concept of word building.
Mr. Gunnning's article commences by defining the concept of word building. He relates how new readers separate words into onset and rime. In the article, onset is described as an initial consonant or consonant cluster and rime being a vowel or vowel-plus-consonant. …
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