First Class:Phonics Read and Spell

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When phonics isn't working. Sometimes, in some classrooms or for some children, phonics doesn't work as well or as quickly as it can do. Fortunately, there are ...

First Class:Phonics Read and Spell

As with all areas of learning, attendance, lateness, behaviour issues, emotional issues etc can all have an impact. Whenever one child has blended or segmented out loud, take the opportunity to get the whole class to repeat the process out loud. When the time is up ditch the wordsphonemes you havent covered.

We practise orally segmenting, then making, one word at a time, all together. Once i started to think of everyday objects linked to the phonic development of the children i couldnt stop! Why not get your family, friends and colleagues involved?  youll only ever need to get this collection together once and, believe me, using these will be so much more meaningful to the children. Do sessions outside, standing up, to music, in fancy dress etc.

In the same way, they should be encouraged to make exciting and daring word choices in their own writing and not just stick to dull words that they can spell easily. I couldnt tell if it was displaying a nut, a potato or a cow-pat! What chance would the poor 4 year olds, half of whom were new to english, possibly have! It stands to reason that children with limited vocabularies, or learning english as an additional language, need extra clues during inclusive phonics sessions. Fortunately, there are usually a few simple things, that can be easily put in place, that can make all the difference in the world. In particular, children need to be able to be able to recognise rhyming words and alliterative words.

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    First Class:Phonics Read and Spell

    Phonics sessions should be about children blending and segmenting, not teachers explaining and discussing things at length. Nb - sometimes its great to deliberately choose to throw the teaching sequence out of the window and do things differently. Its great to use in the early stages with real objects for the words you make in the mouth hidden inside.

    Thinking about mouth movements and using mirrors is usually the key to unlocking this. Hopefully these will save practitioners some time and energy for what really matters to them- the children! Real objects give a reality to teaching phonics in a way which pictures simply cannot. This will make your life easier too as they will be able to readwrite these things independently.

    In phase 6 and beyond you will encourage children to develop automaticity and leave blending and segmenting behind but dont ditch them too soon! Are there earlier gaps that need filling (the usual suspects are phase 1, phase 4 and phase 5b)? - phase 1 develops vital skills that will be built on for many years to come. Phase 5b is sometimes under-appreciated but it is vital as it bridges the gap between children reading simple texts where each grapheme represents one sound and beginning to read texts where choices have to be made about how to pronounce some graphemes. Dont fall into the trap of just asking children to read or spell words in phonics games. The teaching of phonics is a vital part of every eyfs classroom, but can end up being an uphill struggle for practitioners and children.

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    Whole Class shared reading and writing - Primary Resources

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