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This ebook presents an advent to educating studying and spelling utilizing phonics, bargains sensible examples and actions, and encompasses a CD-ROM with reproducibles and INSET fabrics.

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You may choose landscape or portrait format. QXD 29/6/07 1:25 pm Page 23 2 ■ KEY ELEMENTS IN SYNTHETIC PHONICS Sample entry from Year 2 scheme of work Soft c and g: introduction Activity Timing Whole class 30 min. + session, 20 min. demonstrating group work softening effects of e, i, y on c and g. Explaining that it doesn’t always work with g ( get, girl, gear) because of historical factors. g ‘gurle’ as an an of girl. Group work practising reading words with these features, using games made from word lists.

Resources What next? Extra help Whiteboard + Clicker 5® Word-lists. Blank playing cards, marked up with ce, ci, cy, ge, gi, gy. Games: Bingo Snap Snakes and ladders. Pelmanism Find at least 3 (or 5 if appropriate) words with each combination at the beginning, middle and ends of words. Individual help with assistant or teacher in selecting work and then forming words with cards or using Clicker 5®. Extra individual practice using the games. Evaluation . QXD 29/6/07 1:25 pm Page 24 USING PHONICS TO TEACH READING AND SPELLING The scheme of work format provides an outline of activities for a lesson, but does not contain a complete lesson plan – this is for the individual teacher to make, on the basis of the progress made by his or her class, and the kind of presentation they find most effective.

QXD 29/6/07 1:31 pm Page 38 USING PHONICS TO TEACH READING AND SPELLING be crucial. Videos and taped music proceed at one speed, and take no notice of whether the audience is smiling or crying. Peter Hobson (2002), a professor of developmental psychopathology at Harvard, suggests that early communication takes the form of a triangle, with parent and child at two of the corners, observing and discussing the world. The intrusion of media breaks this pattern, isolating the child and pouring language into him or her without any expectation of response.

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