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Phonics and ReadingatAP1Presented by Hannah Lewis and Louise Swift
Aims How we teach children about sounds in the Early YearsPre-reading skillsWhat we (the teachers) are looking forTeaching Phonics Ideas for you and your childReading at home
How we teach children about sounds in the Early YearsFocus on hearing Phonemes (Sounds)Environmental/voice/instrumental soundsRhyme and alliteration
Pre-Reading SkillsAll children are different and learn at a different paceDaily exposure to books children take ownershipFamiliar, repetitive books allow children to play at readingTalking about pictures, guessing what will happen next. Early reading involves a lot of guess work!
What we (the teachers) are looking forAssess using 7 different criteriaUnderstandingInferenceText structureUse of languageWriters view pointLink to real lifeReading strategies
The 3 Billy Goats Gruff The MovieWatch this video clip what areas of reading are these children showing skills in?UnderstandingInferenceText structureUse of languageWriters view pointLink to real lifeReading strategies
Teaching PhonicsBackground information what is phonics?Phonemes the smallest unit of sound in a word e.g c-a-tGraphemes the letters that represent these sounds. A grapheme could be 1 letter, 2 letters or more! We refer to these as sound buttons t ai igh
c-a-t = cat (blending)
cat = c-a-t (segmenting)
Can you touch your ch-i-n?I spy a c-u-p
Phase 2Rapid introduction of sounds (one new sound a day)
Reading VC words (it, at, on, in)
Reading CVC words (cat, cup, and, pig)
Using sound buttonsYour child will be taught how to pronounce the sounds (phonemes) correctly to make blending easier. We use sound buttonsc a t ch i p
Tricky WordsNot all words can be read using this strategy it is important not to confuse the children by making them sound out everythingno, go, the, I tricky words learnt by sight, context and plenty of repetition.
Reading at BISUse of different reading schemesBig BooksGuided reading and individual readingBooks sent home at least twice a week in MP1
Book Walk ThroughIdentifying front and back cover, title and authorLooking carefully at the pictures and discussing what can be seen pictures provide vital clues, please dont cover the pictures making up the story before even looking at the words.
High Frequency Words (HFW)Series of words which appear regularly in early reading booksSome are easy and can be segmented into sounds: am, an, wentSome are tricky and need to be learnt by sight and repetition like, was.
Reading at homeShare books and love booksOnce is never enoughDig deeperDistraction freeBe patientMe and youOne more time with feeling
Ideas for you and your childTake a look at some of the activities around the room.Remember, reading is NOT just about the written word.Vary reading activities to keep it interesting.