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PHONICSPHONICS Grammar support Richard Cole. SIMPLE VIEW OF READING Gough and Tunmer (1986) Language Comprehension Word Recognition + = READINGREADING.

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1 PHONICSPHONICS Grammar support Richard Cole

2 SIMPLE VIEW OF READING Gough and Tunmer (1986) Language Comprehension Word Recognition + = READINGREADING

3 The Rose Cross

4 Word Recognition Good language comprehension, poor word recognition Good word recognition, good language comprehension Poor word recognition, poor language comprehension Good word recognition, poor language comprehension Language comprehension

5 The Road to Phonics Phonological Awareness Phonemic Awareness Phonics

6 Phonological awareness One supona time Once up onatime

7 What words should we use? Letter Lower case Capital Word Phoneme Grapheme Digraph Trigraph

8 Phonic terminology: some definitions

9 Some definitions A phoneme is the smallest unit of sound in a word

10 Some definitions Grapheme Letter(s) representing a phoneme taiigh

11 Some definitions Digraph Two letters, which make one sound A consonant digraph contains two consonants shckthll A vowel digraph contains at least one vowel ai ee ar oy

12 Some definitions Trigraph Three letters, which make one sound igh dge

13 Some definitions Split digraph A digraph in which the two letters are not adjacent (e.g. make)

14 Phonemes – hear, isolate, identify cat dog pip fin slip stop clip spot ship, chat, think, clock cow, stain, seat, meet, thief htm

15 Vowel phonemes a e i o u

16 Vowel phonemes Cat Peg Bread Pig Wanted Log want Plug Love Pain Day Gate Station Sweet Heat Thief These Tried Light My Shine Mind Road Blow Bone Cold Moon Blue Grew Tune

17 Vowel phonemes Look Would Put Cart Fast (regional) Burn First Term Heard work Torn Door Warn (regional) Haul Law Call Wooden Circus Sister Down Shout Coin Boy Stairs Bear Hare Fear Beer here

18 Progression in phonic skills and knowledge Progression in phonics (1999), p. 6 Step 1 hearing and discriminating general sounds, speech sounds and patterns Exploring sounds Progression in phonics p13

19 Progression in phonic skills and knowledge Progression in phonics (1999), p. 6 Step 2 hearing phonemes /s/, /m/, /k/, /t/, /g/, /h/ in initial position Knowledge of letters: s, m, c, t, g, h Pebble game

20 Progression in phonic skills and knowledge Progression in phonics (1999), p. 6 Step 3 hearing phonemes /s/, /m/, /k/, /t/, /g/ in final position Knowledge of letters ss, ck, l, n, d, k, sh, ch Circle swap

21 Progression in phonic skills and knowledge Progression in phonics (1999), p. 6 Step 4 hearing phonemes /a/, /e/, /i/, /o/, /u/ in medial position; CVC segmenting and blending, reading and spelling Knowledge of letters a, e, i, o, u f, qu, b, r, j, p, th, ng Croaker

22 Progression in phonic skills and knowledge Progression in phonics (1999), p. 6 Step 5 C(C)V(C)C segmenting and blending, reading and spelling Knowledge of letters v, w, x, y, z Fans

23 Progression in phonic skills and knowledge Progression in phonics (1999), p. 6 Step 6 C V C segmenting and blending, reading and spelling Knowledge of letters ai, ee, ie, oa, oo, or, ar, ir, oi, ou Silly questions

24 Progression in phonic skills and knowledge Progression in phonics (1999), p. 6 Step 7 C V C segmenting and blending, reading and spelling Knowledge of letters ay, a-e, ea, igh, y, i-e, ow, o-e, oe, ew, ue, u-e, oy, ow, er, ur, aw, air, ear, oo Bingo

25 s.htmhttp://www.northwood.org.uk/phonic s.htm r.htmlhttp://www.ictgames.com/letterlifte r.html


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