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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Fabian Bross Note that this is a translation of the German article: Anlauttabellen — Segen oder Fluch im Schriftspracherwerb. It describes the situation with respect to German.
Initial sound tables are an old, but still widely distributed, resource without which a German classroom would be hard to imagine. An initial sound table is a chart with letters on one side and pictures of entities on the other. In recent years, initial sound tables have been criticized more and more throughout the German-speaking world—not only because many of these tables comprise serious errors, therefore painting a false picture of the correlation between letters and sounds, but also because these errors mirror the missing linguistic background of many German teachers who do not recognize those errors.
Thus, the origin of many problems in early learning lies not with the learners, but with the teachers. But this is not true. On the contrary, someone who wants to successfully teach reading and writing needs a thorough understanding of the German sound and writing system.
This article has two parts: In the first part, I will a review some basic background knowledge about how letters and sounds correspond to one another in German and b make some notes about which factors are important for successfully learning to read and write. In the second part, I will uncover some of the more serious problems with initial sound tables.
At the end of the article, I will also explain some strategies that can help to construct better methods for representing the correspondences between letters and sounds or, to be more precise: The original quote reads: Explicit Knowledge Without any hesitation or effort, a native speaker of German can recognize that the sentence in 1a is a perfect German sentence, but also that there is something wrong with 1b the abbreviation MP stands for modal particle.
Laurita has MP a beautiful voice! Despite being able to recognize the second sentence as being ill-formed, non-linguists are usually unable to recognize the source of this ill-formedness.
It therefore seems that there are two different kinds of knowledge. On the one hand, there is implicit knowledge that allows us to do things without knowing how we do them one can, for example, recognize the face of a friend and tell it apart from thousands of other faces; but one cannot say how she or he does it. On the other hand there is explicit knowledge one can, for example, explain the rules of chess when one is able to play the game.
When one knows something explicitly, one can explain the rules he or she follows. Reading and writing are mainly based on implicit knowledge and are highly automatized processes. In fact, the difference does not even depend on the consonants but on the vowels. These vowels are found in two variants: Another important rule mastered implicitly by adult writers is that they do not write a word as they hear it, but that they initially transform the respective word 2 In both cases ja is a modal particle in German.
The occurence of modal particles is restricted to the middle field, which means that placing a modal particle before the inflected verb leads to an ungrammatical structure.
The cases discussed above show that we do not simply reicgen as we speak. How sounds and letters correspond to each other These insights have direct consequences for initial sound tables, as these tables suggest a simple correspondence between sounds and letters that does not exist—a fact that the adult writer is usually ignorant of.
Or the other way around: Spanish anlautyabelle Russian are examples of languages with shallow orthographies. German has a relatively deep orthography, and English an even deeper one. Deep orthographies happen because a writing system has to do several jobs at a time. As we already know, writing represents sound—but only to a certain degree. On the other hand, writing indicates how words belong to a certain paradigm. From the above information, one could conclude that writing in German means in a simplified way feichen Standard German phonology onto letters.
At the same time, writing itself encodes more information than just phonology, as we saw with the morphological paradigms above. Even with a certain relationship between spoken and written language, we have seen evidence against a one-to-one mapping between sounds and letters. The following will describe what the mapping actually comprises: One finds the phonemes of a language by looking for minimal pairs: When it is possible to exchange a single sound of one word for another sound, creating a whole new word, this means one has found two phonemes within that language.
Theoretically, there is an infinite number of possibilities for pronouncing a phoneme, because every speech-act is unique. However, we do recognize a certain sound as being a member of the class of the respective phoneme when we hear it. It can be summarized that sounds and phonemes are not the same and have to be distinguished from another, because a phoneme is an abstract class of sounds. Phonemes in German cannot be simply mapped onto letters. A grapheme consequently is the smallest orthographical unit that distinguishes one word from another.
The relationship between graphemes and phonemes is very complex. There are also many graphemes that can be used to represent several phonemes.
Graphemes in German are built with the letters of the alphabet. The German alphabet consists of 26 letters. Of those 40 phonemes, 16 are vowels—although the German writing system only has eight vowel letters. This means that anlaurtabelle words are bisyllabic, they consist of a stressed and an unstressed syllable. In Standard German phonology, the nucleus of a syllable always is a vowel, also applicable in writing.
This means that in every written syllable, there must be a vowel or a diphthong.
Depending on whether a syllable is stressed different vowels are allowed. In stressed German syllables, all 14 full vowels can appear. For students, learning to read and write includes learning that there are stressed and unstressed syllables in German and that this is represented in writing.
However, not all phonemes can appear in every position in a word in German. More importantly, there are phonemes that cannot appear in an initial position in German. Awareness for such regularities in spoken and written language facilitates teaching students to read and write—and it helps teachers to impart writing skills and to recognize learning problems.
Such positional regularities should also have an influence on the design of sound tables in that they should not only use initial sounds for illustration.
Phonological awareness—the basis for learning to read and write? It is generally assumed that having the skill needed to segment the speech stream into syllables and phonemes is the basis for being able to successfully learn reading and writing. Especially for children learning an alphabetic writing system, such as German or English one, phonological awareness is the best predictor for later reading skills e.
Interestingly, this is not true to anlauttanelle same extent for orthographic skills. It seems that for this domain, phonological awareness is not the best predictor, as shown by large-scale meta studies National Reading Panel But even if phonological awareness can be used as a predictor, it usually develops during the time of learning to read and write e.
Therefore, some authors speak of a bidirectional character of phonological awareness Barron Nevertheless, it has been shown that targeted training of phonological awareness improves reading skills e. Initially, a child learns to segment the speech stream into words. The skill of segmenting words into syllables also develops very early e. The next step in the development of segmentation is to recognize rhyming words. It is also easy for young children in this second stage to segment the initial phonemes of two monosyllabic rhyming words with a simple onset, i.
So, children in this stage can segment rhymes, but not phonemes— except when the respective phoneme is the only one in the onset TreimanKirtley et al. For the design of initial sound table, this means that when it is possible to illustrate a phoneme-grapheme correlation with the beginning of a word, it should be a word with a simple onset for example, Clown would not be a suitable word because it has two anlauttabelle in its onset.
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Only later on is the child able to segment all phonemes. When considering that phonological awareness plays a major role in reading skills, one could come to the conclusion that individuals with restricted perception and production of spoken language are also bad readers.
It has been shown that deaf people who are good readers do have indeed a well-developed phonological awareness not in spoken language, but in their signed language e. This result is consistent with research on spoken languages: According to Reichen, children learn to read and write in the same way they acquire language, i. That means that a child should sound out a word that they want to write and use the initial sound table to write that word; that is they search for the appropriate sounds in the table, in order to find the correct letter to write.
Orthographic errors made by the child should be ignored according to Reichen, because doing otherwise would take away anlauttabelel fun of child should feel when writing.
The origin of the initial sound table Johann Amos Comenius is usually viewed as the forefather of the initial sound table. He introduces letters not by initial sounds, as in modern-day initial sound tables, but introduces them in his released Latin textbook Orbis sensualium pictus by a nature sound method. See Figure 1 for some examples. It has to be noted however that the relations between letters and sounds, or to be more precise, between graphemes and phonemes, are substantially simpler in Latin than riechen German.
Therefore, this method cannot simply be mapped onto German.
Initial sound tables suggest a one-to-one relationship between letters and sounds that in reality does not exist. Additionally, teachers not well-trained in linguistics often tell the anlauttabele to pronounce a word distinctly, in order to find the respective letter in the sound table.
This is an impossible endeavor that only could be achieved by those who already are able to write and who reichej access both to Standard German phonology and to explicit morphological knowledge. Things become even more complicated if teachers do not distinguish between the name of a letter and the 6 How long spelling mistakes are ignored differs from approach to approach.
However, many teachers reject this idea of late correction today. Before turning to the problems that arise with this and similar sound tables, we should contemplate what the purpose of such a table might be.
For Reichen, initial sound tables were an instrument for learning to write. Today, however, they are often merely used as an additional resource and are not a main tool. In general, most initial sound tables were designed for learning to write. Such a table should include the phonemes of German and the symbols that can be assigned to them. A table that is suitable for reading or learning to read, however, should include all graphemes.