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Phonics Evening Thursday 17 th October
What is phonics? A method of teaching children to read and write the English Language. It teaches children that the sounds of English (phonemes) are represented by letters or groups of letters. (graphemes)
What is phonics? It’s all about SOUNDS!
Ghyti Cough Physics Station
They were to close the door to close it. We must polish the Polish furniture. The dump was full so we had to refuse the refuse.
“ Reading is like riding a bike. You watch little ones beginning to ride a bike; they’re wobbly all over the place. But as we practise and practise, we don’t think about pedalling anymore. Eventually we can ride without no hands.” G. Reid Lyon
How does phonics teach reading? “Learning to read is like learning a code and the letters are the symbols for the code. If you know what the symbols mean you can crack the code.”
Decodable words Tricky words
How do we teach it? Systematic programme- Letters and Sounds Reception on going all the time Year 1 and 2 distinct 20 min sessions Developed our own revamped St John’s phonic scheme!
SsSs AaAa TtTt PpPp Ii NnNn MmMm DdDd GgGg on off OoOo CcKk EeEe UuUu RrHhHh BbBb FfLlJjVvVv WwWw XxXx YyYy ZzZz qu
ch sh thngai ee oo oaarig h owow orerur oi ur e ai r ea r
AaAa BbBb Cc DdDd EeEe Ff GgGg HhHh Ii Jj Kk Ll MmMm NnNn OoOo PpPp qu RrSsSs TtTt UuUu VvVv WwWw YyYy XxXx YyYy ZzZz Alien Phonics Sounding Mat
ch sh thwhwh phph ng ai ayay a_ea_e o_ e oe oa ee ea owow ig h ar y ie i_ e ou owow or awaw au oi oy er ur ir oo r Phoneme Families ooueew u_ e ur e ea r oo ai r er e ea r
Reception- Start with one way to read and write each sound- simple code. ‘sound out’/’segment’ Sound out and then blend to make words. When we know the sounds we are taught to read by blending. When mastered this we introduce the alternative versions of the same sound
Phonics sessions are fun sessions involving lots of speaking, listening and games. Very important to sound out correctly.
Consolidating- sounding out & blending longer words
Is today Friday? Do you go to school in the holidays? Can you pay with chocolate? Are puppies playful?
/ee/, /e_e/, /ea/, /ey/, /y/ or /ie/alternative grapheme.
What can you do to help? Be aware that longer words should not be sounded out letter by letter. You should look at the sounds that are created by groups of letters. If phonetic approach is used by child don’t be overly critical
Praise your child for trying out words
Let them apply their knowledge to read longer sentences and captions. Let them read and spell tricky words and increase their bank of words that phonics wont help them with
Continue to play with magnetic letters using a range of combinations, eg: r-ai-n = rain blending for reading rain = r-ai-n segmenting for spelling
Year 1 Phonic Check National Government initiative. First screening June Statutory for all pupils at the end of year words to be read individually with a teacher they know.