Year 1 English Curriculum Evening Phonics Miss Lateef Wednesday 16th November 2016 Objectives for this evening To have an understanding of what Phonics is and how we
teach it. To understand the End of Year Expectations for Year 1. To become familiar with some activities you can support your child with at home.
What is Phonics? Phonics is a way of teaching children to read quickly and skilfully. Children are taught how to: - recognise the sounds that each individual letter makes; - identify the sounds that different combinations of letters make
such as sh or oo; and - blend these sounds together from left to right to make a word - children can then use this knowledge to decode new words that they hear or see. This is the first important step in learning to read. (Letters and Sounds) Phonic Phases Phase 2 Single letter phonemes Tricky words the, to, no, go, I Phase 3 Remaining single letter phonemes
Basic code digraphs - th sh ch ng qu ai ee igh oa oo ar ur or oi ow air ear ure er Tricky words he, she, we, are, me, be, was, my, you, they, all, her Phase 4 Initial and final consonant blends using Phase 2 and 3 graphemes e.g sl tr nt tw Tricky words said, have, like, out, so, do, some, what, come, were, there, when, little, one
Phase 5 Alternative code digraphs e.g. ai - ay / a_e ee - / ea / e_e igh i_e Tricky words - Mr, Mrs, looked, people, Oh, their, called, asked, could. Expectations Currently: Reviewing Phases learnt in Reception, focusing on applying phonic knowledge in reading and writing Working on Phase 5 - alternative code digraphs By the end of the year most children will: Recognise Phase 3 and 5 digraphs, and trigraphs when
reading Use increasing phonic knowledge in their writing Read tricky words from phases 2 5 Spell tricky words from phases 2 - 4 Segmenting and Blending Recognising the letter sounds in a written word, for example c-a-t, and blending them in the order which they are written, to read the word c-a-t.
Segmenting and Blending c a t
Segmenting and Blending ch a _____
t Segmenting and Blending sh ee _____ p
Tips for Parents Ruth Miskin (Read, Write Inc.) Top Tips for Parents. Useful website with videos to help you support your child with phonics and reading.
https:// www.youtube.com/results?search_query=ruth+miskins+top+tips+f or+parents Phonics Teaching We teach Phonics as part of the English Curriculum as a standalone subject three times a week.
Children are expected to apply the phonics that they have been taught to spell new words. We do not correct other misspelt words and encourage these words to be spelt phonetically where we adopt a have a go attitude! We correct words that the children have been taught to spell (tricky words). Tricky Words Common or high frequency words
Not decodable within the phonic phase being taught Learn to read tricky words before they learn to spell them correctly in their writing Identify the tricky part of the word
no said out Terminology Phoneme Grapheme Digraph Trigraph Segmenting Blending Reading Longer words
Chunking break down into syllables satisfy sat|is|fy forget for|get
Snowballing - build up by adding each sound strong throb st|str|strong thr|throb|throbbing Real and alien (pseudo) words
The national Phonic Screening Check will take place next year to assess childrens application of the phonic knowledge and skills they have learnt in Reception and in Year 1. The assessment will contain a variety of unseen real and alien (pseudo) words. erg mav poth cloist Tricky Words Bingo
Digraph Hunt The brown dog was barking all night. Digraph Hunt The brown dog was barking all night. Phonics Hangman
Sentence and picture matching The boys are walking to school. Mark got wet in the rain. Phoneme Frame Activity Now
we are going to play a phonics game together! http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/BuriedTreasure2.html Now its your turn On each table you will find an activity which supports what we have discussed this evening. Please
feel free to move around the activities, completing them at your own pace and level!
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