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Talking, Listening and Reading Books to Children
5 Basic Skills 1. Learning the letter sounds 2. Letter formation 3. Blending 4. Identifying sounds in words 5. Tricky words
Storylines and Actions Learning the /s/ sound Action: Weave your hand like a snake, making an ‘s’ shape, saying ssssss
Letter Formation Finger Phonics books On the board In the air
Letter Sounds Group 1
Letter Sounds Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 j z w v y x
P1 Reading and Writing Shared Writing Guided Writing Independent Writing
Welcome to. Reading Books to Children 5 Basic Skills 1. Learning the letter sounds 2. Letter formation 3. Blending 4. Identifying sounds in words 5.
Welcome to At St Luke’s Primary School Sept 2015.
Welcome to At St Luke’s Primary School Reading Books to Children.
WELCOME TO. 5 BASIC SKILLS 1. Learning the letter sounds 2. Letter formation 3. Blending 4. Identifying sounds in words 5. Tricky words.
Welcome to our Reading and Writing Workshop – How to help at home!
Welcome to our “ Phonics and Early Reading ” Meeting Tuesday 11 th October 2011.
WELCOME TO KINDERGARTEN. Morning Meetings Greeting – song/handshake/getting to know you activity Message – this includes the goal of the day Activity.
2 The 5 basic skills of Jolly Phonics are: 1.Learning the letter sounds 2.Learning letter formation 3.Blending 4.Identifying sounds in words 5.Tricky.
Leading the teaching of literacy. The Research “The Jolly Phonics children’s reading skills were 11 months above the level expected for their age” “The.
1 Jolly Phonics. 2 An early systemic phonics program First developed in Britain In use for 20 years _______________ Modified for North American market.
Learning To Read At Imperial Infant School. In Foundation and then into year 1 we teach the children phonics. Phonics are the letters sounds – using a.
Welcome to Reception Reading Meeting Introduction Letter formation 44 sounds Name, sound, action Practise recognising, saying and writing and use.
1. It provides a systematic approach to teaching children how to read and write in their first year of school. It is a synthetic phonics programme where.
2 The Jolly Phonics’ children’s reading skills were 11 months above the level expected for their age. We found that the boys did as well as the girls.
Greenwood Primary School Developing Literacy in P1.
Early Years Meeting September. Information contained in this powerpoint. The Foundation Stage Apple, Mango and Peach Numeracy Literacy Assessment.
The Priory School. The five basic skills for reading and writing are: 1. Learning the letter sounds 2. Learning letter formation 3. Blending 4. Identifying.
Helping Children Read Welcome!. The Reading Process The turtle was swimming in the sea. What skills do children need to be able to read this?
How to support your child with reading. Lots of research suggests that the best way to support your child is: Talking to them as much as possible. Teach.
Reception Reading Meeting Welcome. Why are we here today? How school teaches your child to read. What you can do to help.
17 th September To share information about the phonics test To let you know what we will be doing with phonics To let you know what you can.
Literacy at Tyndale Reading, Phonics and Handwriting.
Aims of the session… -Understand how we teach phonics -Develop an understanding of the stages children go through to learn to read and write confidently.
Phonics Workshop Tuesday 12 th November Read Write Inc. Read Write Inc. is a synthetic phonics programme that ensures early success in reading,
Welcome to TADCASTER EAST COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL.
Literacy in Reception Reading ELG: Children read and understand simple sentences. They use phonic knowledge to decode regular words and read them aloud.
Welcome to Harold Wood Today’s Meeting To briefly explain about ways we develop skills of reading and writing in the EYFS. To give you an overview of how.
Mrs Crowley and Mrs Serle. We will be: Giving you a whistle stop tour of phonics! Explaining the methods we use to teach phonics. Giving you ways to help.
Active Literacy Monday 29 th September. What is Active Learning? Active learning is learning which engages and challenges children and young people’s.
Synthetic Phonics Y Literacy Team.
PHONICS INFORMATION SESSION FOR PARENTS Thursday 25 th September :15pm – 3:40pm.
Phonics & Reading in the Foundation Stage Tuesday 16 th September 2014.
Phonics at Katherine Semar Infant School October 2013.
Phonics at Katherine Semar Infant School Thursday 16th October 2014.
Reception reading meeting A quick guide. Aims of the meeting To demonstrate the different skills children build when learning to read. To show you how.
Reading Sarisbury Infant School. Why is reading important? Creating a love of reading in children is potentially one of the most powerful ways of improving.
Speaking and listening are vital skills children need to develop in order to live successful lives in society. They are key skills for children developing.
Read storybooks and non-fiction books matched to their developing phonic knowledge Read with fluency and expression Learn to spell using known sounds.
Children learn about how language works and develop their vocabulary by talking with their parents. They learn about stories and books when people read.
Foundation Stage Reading Meeting Tuesday 30 th October 2012.
MILLBROOK INFANT SCHOOL Foundation Stage Curriculum Evening.
English Workshop Tuesday 20 th October Aims To know about the key areas of English To become familiar with the Key Stage One SAT’s Discussion about.
Foundation Stage Reading Meeting Monday 28th September 2015.
Welcome to Year 1 Phonics and Reading Meeting. Aims of the talk: To understand what phonics is and how we teach it in school To share reading and phonic.
Welcome to Year R Miss Davis Mrs Lidgard Mrs Shaw Mrs Joy.
Reading in reception at Green Top Primary
Explain briefly how reading is taught at The Latimer Demonstrate how phonics plays an important role in the teaching of early reading Share ideas about.
Our Learning Journey. Observation of Guided Reading Activity relating to book to begin with eg creating a den linked to the book ‘The Den’. Magnetic.
Isabella State School Jolly Phonics Information Session.
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