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									Phonics Weekly Planning – Phase 1
Phase 1 Week 1: Environmental Sounds and Instrumental Sounds.
 To develop the children’s listening skills and awareness of sounds in the environment
 Further development of vocabulary and children’s identification and recollection of differences between sounds
 To make up simple sentences and talk in greater detail about sounds
 To experience and develop awareness of sounds made with instruments and noise makers
 To listen to and appreciate the difference between sounds made with instruments
 To use a wide vocabulary to talk about the sounds instruments make
                               Monday                  Tuesday              Wednesday                Thursday             Friday
Tuning into sounds     Listening walk p9 R      Drum outdoors p9 R Which Instrument? Adjust the volume             Grandmother’s
                       Outdoors                 Outdoors               P15 R                   p15 Outdoors        Footsteps p15
                                                                                                                   Outdoors
Listening and          Describe and find it Mrs Browning has a         Matching sound          Matching sounds p16 Matching sounds p16
remembering sounds p11 R                        box p10 R              makers p16 R            R                   R
Talking about          Favourite sounds p11 Enlivening stories p       Hidden Instruments Story sounds p17         Animal sounds p17 R
sounds                                          12                     R p17 Outdoors
Look, Listen and       Recall sounds they       Identify different     Identify and name       Remember and        Match sounds to
Note (Teacher/ TA have heard/                   sounds and place       instruments being       repeat a rhythm/    their sources/
notes)                 Discriminate             them in context/       played/                 Discriminate and    Choose appropriate
                       between sounds/          Make up sentences      Listen and respond      reproduce loud and  words to describe
                       Describe the sounds to talk about               to instrument           quiet sounds/       the sounds they
                       they hear/               sounds/                sounds/                 Are able to start   hear (eg. Loud,
                       Identify the animals Identify similar           Express and opinion and stop playing at a fierce, rough,
                       and imitate the          sounds/                about what they         given signal/       squeaky, high, low)
                       sounds                   Join in activities and have heard              Use sounds
                       Add new words to         take turns                                     imaginatively to
                       their vocabulary                                                        represent a story
Assessment                                                              Recognise words that rhyme (some)
 Explore and experiment with sounds and words                          Provide a string of rhyming words (some)
 Distinguish between speech sounds                                     Blend and segment orally (most children)
Phase 1 Week 2: Body Percussion and Rhythm and Rhyme
 To develop awareness of sounds and rhythms
 To distinguish between sounds and to remember patterns of sound
 To talk about sounds we make with our bodies
 To experience and appreciate rhythm and rhyme and to develop awareness of rhythm and rhyme in speech
 To increase awareness of words that rhyme and to develop knowledge about rhyme
 To talk about words that rhyme and to produce rhyming words
                             Monday                Tuesday             Wednesday                Thursday                 Friday
Tuning into sounds    Action songs p20      Roly Poly p20         Rhyming books p 25 Learning songs and          Listen to the beat
                      Outdoors                                    Gingerbread Man         rhymes and Rhyming     p25 /Playing with
                                                                  (act on playground)     soup p25R Outdoors     words p26 Outdoors
Listening and         Noisy Neighbour 1     Follow the sound p21 Rhyming pairs p27 R Songs and rhymes            Finish the rhyme
remembering sounds p21                      Outdoors                                      p27                    p27
Talking about         Words about sounds Noisy Neighbour 2        Odd one out p28 R       Rhyming puppets        I know a word p 28
sounds                p22                   p22                                           p28 R
Look, Listen and      Join in with words    Produce contrasts in Recognise that           Listen and attend to   Copy the rhythm/
Note (Teacher/ TA and actions to            rhythm, speed and     words rhyme/            the rhyming songs/     Keep to the beat
notes)                familiar songs/       loudness/             Sing or chant a         Generate their own     Complete sentences
                      Keep in time with     Make up patterns of rhyming string along rhymes/                     using appropriate
                      the beat/ Copy the    sounds/ Use           with an adult/          Make a series of       rhyming words/
                      sounds and actions/ language to make        Recognise rhyming       words that rhyme
                      Suggest ideas and     different endings to words
                      create new sounds     the story/
                      for a story/ Use a    Group sounds
                      wide vocabulary to    according to criteria
                      talk about sounds     (loud, quiet, fast)
Assessment                                                         Recognise words that rhyme (some)
 Explore and experiment with sounds and words                     Provide a string of rhyming words (some)
 Distinguish between speech sounds                                Blend and segment orally (most children)
Phase 1 Week 3: Alliteration and Voice Sounds
 To develop understanding of alliteration
 To listen to the sounds at the beginning of words and hear the differences between them.
 To explore how different sounds are articulated, and extend understanding of alliteration
 To distinguish between the differences in vocal sounds, including oral blending and segmenting.
 To explore speech sounds
                              Monday                Tuesday               Wednesday               Thursday             Friday
Tuning into sounds     I spy names p31        Bertha goes to the     Making Aliens R p31 Mouth Movement         Voice sounds p37
                                              zoo p32 Outdoors R Painting                  p37 R Use THRASS     Outdoors
                                                                                           CD on the
                                                                                           whiteboard
Listening and          Musical Corners p33 Our sounds bag p33 Our sounds bag p33 Target sounds p38              Sound lotto p39 R
remembering sounds Play outdoors and use      R                      R
                      whistle not music
Talking about         Name Play p34         Silly Soup p34 R      Mirror Play p34 R      Animal noises p40      Give me a sound p
sounds                                                                                   Outdoors               39
Look, Listen and      Identify initial     Make up their own     Can articulate          Distinguish between    Recognise their own
Note (Teacher/ TA     sounds of words/     alliterative phrases/ speech sounds           differences in vocal   and other’s voices/
notes)                Reproduce initial    Can recall objects    clearly/                sounds/                Remember the
                      sounds clearly       beginning with the    Select an extended      Sustain their          sound sequence and
                                           same sound/           range of words that listening throughout       produce it when
                                           Discriminate          start with the same a story/                   required/
                                           between sounds and sound                      Listen for a target
                                           match to the                                  word and respond
                                           objects correctly                             with appropriate
                                                                                         sound
Assessment                                                        Recognise words that rhyme (some)
 Explore and experiment with sounds and words                    Provide a string of rhyming words (some)
 Distinguish between speech sounds                               Blend and segment orally (most children)
Phase 1 Week 4: Voice Sounds and Oral Blending and Segmenting.
 To talk about the different sounds we can make with our voices
 To develop the oral blending and segmenting of sounds in words
 To listen to phonemes within words and to remember them in the order in which they occur
 Talk about the different phonemes that make up words
                              Monday               Tuesday             Wednesday                Thursday              Friday
Tuning into sounds     Metal Mike p 38 R     Toy talk p42 R       Clapping sounds p42 Cross the River p43      I spy p43
                       Paint robots                               Outdoors                R                    Outdoors
Listening and          Chain games p38       Segmenting p43       Segmenting p43          Say the sounds p44   Say the sounds p44
remembering sounds Outdoors
Talking about          Singing songs p40     Singing songs        Introduce the idea      Count the phonemes   Count the phonemes
sounds                                       Outdoors             of counting             in words             in words
                                                                  phonemes in words
Look, Listen and       Use appropriate       Say the word and     Blend words that        Segment words into   Identify the number
Note (Teacher/ TA vocabulary to talk         identify the object/ begin with the same phonemes                 of phonemes that
notes)                 about different       Blend phonemes and initial phoneme                                make up a given
                       voice and speech      recognise the whole                                               word
                       sounds.               word
Assessment                                                         Recognise words that rhyme (some)
 Explore and experiment with sounds and words                     Provide a string of rhyming words (some)
 Distinguish between speech sounds                                Blend and segment orally (most children)

								
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