Phonics and Reading Workshop 27th January 2016
CVC consonant, vowel, consonant e.g. catCVVC consonant, vowel, vowel, consonant e.g. seen
Segment Say each sound, c-a-tBlend Say all the sounds together to make a word, catDecode to look at the letter shapes and work out the corresponding sounds
What is phonics? Phonics is a system of relationships between letters and sounds in a language.
Key Vocabulary 227 January 2016 | Phonics and reading
327 January 2016 | Phonics and readingSpeaking and listening lay the foundations for phonics learning.
Emphasis on attuning to sounds and auditory discrimination.
Developing vocabulary and language comprehension.
Begin oral blending and segmenting.
Continuum across the year groups. Where does it start?
F2 Jolly Phonics songs F3 Read Write Inc
Single sounds 427 January 2016 | Phonics and reading
Blending and segmenting 527 January 2016 | Phonics and reading
The children learn that groups of letters can represent one sound e.g. ay in play, ee as in tree and igh as in high.
Set 2. Vowel sounds.627 January 2016 | Phonics and reading
Tricky set 2 sounds727 January 2016 | Phonics and reading
The children learn that there are alternative ways of writing the same sounds. They sound the same, but are written differently.
Read the soundSay the rhymeSound out and blend words with the sound inWrite words with that sound inWrite words with alternative vowel soundsExplore where the sound is often used Set 3. Alternative vowel sounds.827 January 2016 | Phonics and readingir er ur
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Activity Time! 1327 January 2016 | Phonics and readingMs Holly
Writing using phonics for spellingMr Andy
Sound buttons and reading
Games to play at home with sounds, ribbon words and red words.
Reading at home 1427 January 2016 | Phonics and reading
Reading should not be presented to children as a chore or duty. It should be offered to them as a precious gift. Kate DiCamillo
If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.--Albert Einstein
Our Role to
Develop a love of reading.Let children read what they want.Read a range of books, comic, fiction and non-fiction.Expose our children to story language.Show that text carries meaning.
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