Presentation on theme: "Phonic Phases linked to Letters and Sounds. Working within Phase 1. Explores and experiments with sounds and words Distinguishes between sounds in."— Presentation transcript:
Working within Phase 1. Explores and experiments with sounds and words Distinguishes between sounds in the environment and phonemes Shows awareness of rhyme, rhythm and alliteration. Seven aspects Oral segmentation and blending This Phase paves the way for phonic work to begin.
Working within Phase 2 The point at which children embark on a programme of phonics teaching Know that words are constructed of phonemes Know that phonemes are represented by graphemes Children learn 19 grapheme-phoneme correspondences. They will be taught to blend for reading and segment for spelling. They will begin to read and spell CVC words. Duration: Up to 6 weeks
Working within Phase 3 An additional 25 GPCs are taught. By the end of this phase children will have one grapheme representation of 42 of the phonemes.
Working within Phase 3 Can read and spell CVC words using a wide range of letters, short vowels and some consonant digraphs
Can read and spell a wide range of CVC words using all letters, less frequent consonant digraphs and long vowel phonemes sheep, boat
Working within Phase 4 Can blend adjacent consonants in words and apply this skill when reading unfamiliar words Can segment adjacent consonants in words and apply this in spelling Consolidation of phoneme- grapheme knowledge. No new GPCs are introduced.
Phase 5 Can use alternative ways of pronouncing the graphemes. New graphemes are introduced. Can read phonically decodable two and three syllable words. Can spell complex words using phonically plausible attempts.
Phase 6 Apply phonic skills and knowledge Secure less common phoneme grapheme correspondence Can recognise phonic irregularities