TEACHING SYNTHETIC PHONICS

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Teaching Synthetic Phonics

Author : Rhona Johnston
ISBN : 9781473908895
Genre : Education
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The synthetic phonics approach is used in all primary schools in England. If you are a trainee or beginning primary school teacher, you need to demonstrate a confidence in the teaching of phonics to meet the Teachers' Standards and gain QTS. This is a practical, up-to-date guide to teaching children to read using synthetic phonics. It helps you to understand the theory behind phonics and how children's learning of reading can develop. It gives you practical teaching strategies and outlines how you can assess and diagnose reading problems. This second edition has been updated to include new chapters on the new Phonics Check in year 1 and overviews of popular phonics schemes used in England and Scotland.
Category: Education

Teaching Systematic Synthetic Phonics And Early English

Author : Jonathan Glazzard
ISBN : 9781911106531
Genre : Education
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This is an essential guide to teaching primary English, with a focus on systematic synthetic phonics. The new edition has been fully revised and updated to reflect the structure, content and requirements of the national curriculum, and to include the latest policy context. Throughout, the range of underpinning literature has been expanded and there are completely new chapters on evidence based teaching in relation to phonics, reading for pleasure, and teaching English through texts. All the existing features have been retained, and each chapter now also includes: a section on integrating ICT extension questions to challenge M level readers sections on evidence-based practice to encourage critical reflection and debate
Category: Education

Teaching Systematic Synthetic Phonics In Primary Schools

Author : Wendy Jolliffe
ISBN : 9781473927018
Genre : Education
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Systematic synthetic phonics is a key strategy in the teaching of reading. This text supports trainee teachers working towards primary QTS in how to use phonics effectively. It explores what works in phonics teaching, and why. It begins with the subject knowledge that underpins effective teaching and goes on to explore pedagogy from the early years to Key Stage 2. The book includes a review of different popular phonics programmes, set against the DfE (2011) criteria for high-quality phonics teaching. This second edition has been updated in line with the new National Curriculum, includes new guidance on the Year 1 phonics screening check and new lessons ideas and practical guidance for teaching phonics.
Category: Education

Teaching Systematic Synthetic Phonics

Author : David Waugh
ISBN : 9781446296042
Genre : Education
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Can you demonstrate a clear understanding of systematic synthetic phonics? If you are training to be a primary school teacher you need to have, and to demonstrate, a clear understanding of systematic synthetic phonics to meet the Teachers' Standards. This companion text to the popular Teaching Systematic Synthetic Phonics in Primary Schools enables you to audit your knowledge, making you more aware of the subject and the areas in which you need to know more. In all chapters, self audits are accompanied by guidance on next steps for developing your knowledge. All chapters feature sections that link your learning to the classroom, showing you how to use your knowledge to teach phonics. Designed to help build your confidence and develop your knowledge of phonics, this text supports your development as an effective teacher of reading. This is a companion text to: Teaching Systematic Synthetic Phonics in Primary Schools Joliffe, Waugh and Carss David Waugh is Director on Primary PGCE at Durham University where he is also the subject leader for English. He has published extensively in Primary English. David is a former deputy head teacher, was Head of the Education department at University of Hull, and was Regional Adviser for ITT for the National Strategies from 2008 to 2010. Ruth Harrison-Palmer is a former acting head teacher. She has worked for the National Strategies and Cumbria Local Authority as a literacy consultant. Currently Ruth has a senior role in ITE at the University of Cumbria.
Category: Education

A Critique Of Pure Teaching Methods And The Case Of Synthetic Phonics

Author : Andrew Davis
ISBN : 9781474270687
Genre : Education
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A Critique of Pure Teaching Methods and the Case of Synthetic Phonics examines how research into the effectiveness of teaching methods can and should relate to what takes place in the classroom. The discussion brings to light some important features of the way we classify teaching activities. The classifications are unlike those we use in natural science – for instance, how we classify drug dosages. This point has very important implications for what should be considered the appropriate relationships between educational research and classroom practice. Andrew Davis applies the results of this discussion to the teaching of early reading, focussing in particular on the approach known as synthetic phonics. He provides a philosophical investigation into the nature of reading, and into the concepts that feature in approaches to teaching it, such as the idea of building words from letter sounds, the nature of words themselves and reading for meaning. He concludes with a discussion of why this matters so much, reflecting on how stories and books can be part of a child's emerging identity within the family. He explores how values of family life should be weighed against the importance of achievements in school, and argues for the claim that school reading policies of certain kinds may have a destructive impact if they are felt to trump the private interests of children and their families.
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Reading

Author : Mona McNee
ISBN : 1902984838
Genre : Reading (Elementary)
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Are you a parent looking to give your child a head-start with their reading? Do you want to use the method now endorsed by the government and used in schools because it is the most effective way to teach children to read? Are you looking for an easy-to-use book which guides you through the teaching process step by step? If the answer is yes, then you need Step by Step Reading.Written by highly acclaimed synthetic phonics expert Mona McNee, Step by Step Reading is a complete synthetic phonics course in ONE book, making it easy for you to teach your child to read. The course teaches reading in fifty steps and is fully supported by a wide range of games and activities which are available to download FREE from the Galore Park website at www.galorepark.co.uk. If you want an easy-to use and effective reading programme for your child, there is no better teacher than Mona McNee and no better course than Step by Step Reading. Step by Step has sold over 21,000 copies to date and is suitable for use from the age of 3 to adulthood. Perfect for home-learning, the course is suitable for a wide audience including pupils of any age who are learning to read or who struggle with spelling, as well as dyslexic students. The step by step approach makes learning easier to manage, encouraging gradual learning at the pupil's own pace.
Category: Reading (Elementary)

Literacy On The Left

Author : Andrew Lambirth
ISBN : 9781441167200
Genre : Education
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This engaging text explores discourses involved in the teaching of literacy which can be conceptualised as deriving from the political 'left'. The concept of a 'left' and a 'right' in politics are fully defined and a unique analytical framework is introduced to examine and categorise perspectives for teaching literacy. The book creates a language of critique for methods advocated from liberal, 'left-leaning' sources within the field of education and connects them to left political agendas that aspire to either reform or revolution to change and improve society. These left approaches are then contrasted with politically 'right' agendas. Methods for the teaching of literacy have for many years been seen to be politically motivated by commentators on the left and the right of politics. This book considers the ideological sources of educational practice in literacy. Methods advocated from more liberal perspective are rarely critiqued and examined for their ideological and political roots.
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Phonics From A To Z

Author : Wiley Blevins
ISBN : 0590315102
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Provides an explanation of phonics, a method of reading instruction that focuses on the relationship between sounds and their spellings, and features over one hundred activities for the classroom, as well as sample lessons, word lists, and teaching strategies.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines