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4/23/2015 Slide 2 Slide 3 Slide 4 Ditties Green Books Purple Books Ditties Green Books Purple Books Pink Books Orange Books Pink Books Orange Books Yellow Books Blue Books Grey Books Blue Books Grey Books Fresh Start Introductory Module Fresh Start Introductory Module Modules 4 to 13 Module 14 Modules 15 to 33 Modules 15 to 33 Children practise and apply their phonic knowledge for decoding and encoding Set 1 sounds + blending Set 1 and 2 sounds Set 1 and 2 sounds and letter names Set 1, 2 `nd 3 Sounds and Letter names Slide 5 4/23/2015 If you cant read and blend letters easily... If you cant read words easily If you cant read books easily you will find it hard to understand what they mean... Slide 6 4/23/2015 Sounds There are 44 sounds in the English language X 44 Slide 7 4/23/2015 Graphemes A grapheme is a squiggle or mark that tells us what sound to make they are sounds written down They are like a code when we read words, we are working out the code We use the code to read & to spell Slide 8 Cracking the code The word cat has these graphemes (marks or squiggles): c a t when we say them fast, we get: c a t (we call this blending the sounds) the whole word is cat 4/23/2015 Slide 9 Sounds, words & pictures 4/23/2015 When we read the word cat, we get a picture in our heads of a cat. The word witch has these marks or squiggles: w i tch when we say them fast, we get: w i tch the whole word is witch Slide 10 Chart We have a chart showing the most usual ways the 44 sounds can be written down 4/23/2015 Slide 11 Slide 12 There ar graphemes in a word i-n contains 2 sounds and 2 graphemes c-a-t contains 3 sounds and 3 graphemes ch-a-t contains 3 sounds and 3 graphemes l-igh-t contains 3 sounds and 3 graphemes c-r-a-sh contains 4 sounds and 4 graphemes Slide 13 Learning to crack the code Children have to learn the secret code so that they can read any word we teach them how to say the 44 sounds we teach them what the sound looks like when it is written down we teach them how to blend the sounds to make a word we teach them to read & spell words using the code 4/23/2015 Slide 14 Slide 15 Fred... We use a creature called Fred to help the children to learn to read... 4/23/2015 Slide 16 Fred can only talk in sounds... (Fred can only say c, a, t, he cant say cat) We call this Fred Talk Slide 17 Fred... We use Fred to help the children to learn to spell as well... 4/23/2015 Slide 18 Children put sounds they hear in a word on their fingers... We call this Fred Fingers Slide 19 4/23/2015 Slide 20 Pure sounds It is easier to blend c/ a/ t/ than cuh/ a/ tuh This is blending using pure sounds Slide 21 4/23/2015 Fred Talk at home Try saying some of these everyday words in Fred-talk at home back, head, tum, leg, hand, foot, knee coat, hat, scarf, zip, sock, glove run, walk, skip, hop, fast, slow, stop red, blue, green, black, knife, fork, spoon, plate, bowl, pan bread, cheese, meat, soup, jam, cake Slide 22 How can you help your child? By knowing the 44 sounds By using the Speed Sound cards with your child By knowing how to blend using Fred Talk By knowing how to do Fred Fingers for spelling By using Fred Talk sometimes at home By sharing stories & asking lots of questions about the story By talking to your child as much as possible By praising your child! 4/23/2015