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Skills needed for learning to decode and encode words

Date: 24/3/2020
Author: Sue
Frequently we hear about Systematic Synthetic Phonics (SSP) but rarely do we see a simple, detailed explanation of how it works in practice. I hope to rectify this by providing details about teaching with an SSP programme, in this case Jolly Phonics.

Virtually all children can learn to read successfully

Date: 22/3/2020
Author: Sue
Virtually all children can learn to read successfully – when taught with the following simple, structured guidance.

High Five Literacy Blog

Date: 22/3/2019
Author: Faith Borkowsky
Decodable text offers beginning and/or struggling readers a chance to practice the phonics skills they have already been taught using connected text. See more about 'I see Sam' decodable books (Piper Books) here: http://tcrw.co.uk/materials-linked-to-phonic-knowledge/decodable-readers/part-2-information-about-decodable-readers/

  • WATCH MY INTRODUCTION FILM
    This website provides teachers, parents and interested adults with an understanding of synthetic phonics.
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  • DOWNLOAD FREE MATERIALS
    A summary is provided of the skills needed for learning to read and write, as well as details of the essential phonic knowledge.
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  • FREE MATERIALS
    Young children benefit from learning to form the letters correctly. It prevents bad formation habits developing.
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  • FREE MATERIALS
    Initially children need plenty of words for blending practice.Once a word has been blended a few times it becomes known and then it can be read without blending.
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    This is where I provide a summary of the skills that are needed for learning.
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