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					       Phonics
       Workshop


Adapted by E Culy 2011
Why teach phonics?
Phase 1


• Speaking and listening activities to
   – develop language structures,
   – increase vocabulary,
   – develop phonological awareness - distinguish
     between sounds,
   – become familiar with rhyme, rhythm and
     alliteration.
• Throughout EYFS and alongside Phases 2-6
• Paves way for systematic phonic work
Phase 1


• Speaking and listening activities to
   – develop language structures,
   – increase vocabulary,
   – develop phonological awareness - distinguish
     between sounds,
   – become familiar with rhyme, rhythm and
     alliteration.
• Throughout FS and alongside Phases 2-6
• Paves way for systematic phonic work
The cat and the dog
went for a walk in the
park
It was a sunny day
a
the
What is a phoneme?


How many are there?
Basic Code 1

 s   t   p
               enunciation


 a
Basic Code                        schwa

s   t    p    n    m    d    g      ck    r
h   b    f    l    j    v    w      x     y
z   qu   ch   sh   th   th   ng     ure   er
a   e    i    o    u    ai   ee     igh   oa
oo oo    ar   or   ur   ow   oi     ear   air
Digraph


 Two letters, which make one sound

 A consonant digraph contains two consonants
           sh    ck    th   ll

 A vowel digraph contains at least one vowel
            ai    ee ar       oy
Split Digraph



Two letters making one sound but not
 next to each other

  gate    home   line   Pete   tune
Trigraph




 Three letters which make one sound

           igh   tch   dge
Segmenting and
   Blending
CVC

• Consonant phoneme
                               cow
• Vowel phoneme
• Consonant phoneme
                      maid     shoot


                       sheep
        pig
car            book            bee
  Sound Buttons



fin           bridge


catch         daughter
‘Tricky’ Words
• no

• the

• into
                 Word Cards
• she

• my
      Advanced Code
     s            t     p          n             m         d        g      c k         r
ss          c     tt    pp         nn            mm        dd       gg       ck       rr
sc         se                 kn        gn       mb                          ch       wr

     h           b      f          l              j        v        w        x         y
     wh          bb     ff         ll        g      ge     vv       wh
                        ph                       dge        f

     z           qu     ch         sh            th       th       ng      ure        er
zz          s           tch        ss                                                  a
     se                            ch

     a           e      i          o             u         ai       ee     igh        oa
                 ea     e           a            o       a-e ay    y ea    ie    y   o-e ow
                        y          au                    ey eigh   e-e e    i-e i    o oe

 oo              oo     ar         or            ur       ow        oi      ear      air
     oul        u-e u   a     aw ore         ir    er      ou       oy       eer      are
      u         ue ew         ough a          ear or      ough                        ear
Helping at Home
• Love books!
• Time to talk
• Time for story
• Listening games eg Sound Lotto
• Singing songs and nursery rhymes
• Action rhymes
• Rhyming books and games
• I-spy
• Alliterative games (I went to the shop and I bought a
  pen, a peg and a puppy)
• Letter spotting – magnetic letters
• Word spotting
Helping at Home


•   Scrabble
•   Boggle
•   Countdown
•   Articulate!
•   The internet (cbeebies, ictgames)

Remember: Keep it practical! Keep it fun!
A Phonics Session in School

            Revise and Revisit



                  Teach



            Practise and Apply
Overview of Phases
• Phase One ~ Listening and Oral skills
• Phase Two and Three ~ Learning and
  applying 44 phonemes and some tricky words
• Phase Four ~ Adjacent Consonants and
  Polysyllabic words.
• Phase Five ~ Learn new graphemes (oy) and
  alternative pronunciations (acorn)
• Phase Six ~ Teaching tense, adding suffixes,
  finding and learning difficult bits in words.
Phase Six ~ Spelling Strategies

• Syllables ~ Smaller bits that they can
  break down or remember.
• Base words ~ wo-men
• Analogy (words I already know) ~ could,
  would, should
• Mnemonics ~ O U lucky duck (could)
Phase Five and Six aids at home

• Spelling logs ~ common words of
  difficulty.
• Proof reading ~ reading back, does it
  look right, is there an alternative I could
  use, does that look better
• Practise using dictionaries and spell
  checks.
• Handwriting

				
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