A preschool teacher says the alphabet is a challenge to learn for many children because it is “un-syllable”.
But the teacher behind the book is not happy with the way children are learning the alphabet.
The syllable workbook was published last week by the New York Times.
In the book, which uses a phonetic alphabet, the teacher tells her students to spell out their syllables in a single stroke.
But the syllable dictionary is different to what the school teacher uses.
It uses two sets of characters that are connected by dots, with each dot representing one syllable.
“The syllables are hard to learn,” the teacher said.
One problem is that the dots can be hard to distinguish.
Another is that, unlike in English, the dots are not connected by a line.
So if the teacher is struggling with the word for “bird”, the students will be unable to pronounce it correctly.
She said the children in the book were struggling because of the difficulty in pronouncing syllables.
A teacher at a preschool said the word bird in the syllables dictionary is hard to pronounce because it does not have a ‘dot’ at the end of it.
Teacher says kids learn alphabet incorrectly by spelling it incorrectly A preschool teacher at the Brooklyn preschool in New York City has launched a new book to help children learn the alphabet correctly.
The book, called Elementary Alphabet, was released last week, and has been praised by the parents of children who have difficulty reading and writing the alphabet as well as by the teachers of preschools across the country.
Melanie Molloy, the mother of two preschoolers, said the book helped her children learn how to pronounce words correctly.
“The children have started to learn alphabet, and we’re so proud of them,” Ms Molloys said.
“It’s great to see them having the confidence to ask questions and do stuff like that.”
Ms Mollos said the workbook is designed for preschoolers who have trouble with spelling, and does not contain any spelling advice.
Children can choose from three syllables and a short list of the words they can spell, and can write down their guesses for each syllable, with the goal of improving their vocabulary.
“They’ve been learning how to write the alphabet by using a dictionary, so it’s really great to hear that they can actually come up with their own words,” Ms Mclloy said.
She said many children who are not yet able to read or write the syllabary do not understand how difficult it is for children to spell words correctly because they do not know how to use a dictionary.
Ms Mclloys said the kids in the workbooks were learning by reading.
ABC Education Correspondent, Sarah Lee, said she had a lot of praise for the book.
Its the first book that has been published that has this kind of breadth of content, including a syllabic alphabet, she said.
Ms Lee said there was a lot more in the way of language instruction that could be offered through the New School for All.
The New School was launched in 2017 with more than 400 children from around the world.