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Smith Brock Phonics Consulting US Catalog 1

Smith Brock Phonics Consulting US Catalog 1

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How the program aligns with the Science of Reading
 Systematic, synthetic phonics approach for teaching children to read, write and spell
 Multi-sensory lessons ensure children are taught decoding for reading and encoding for spelling
 Explicit instruction for teaching the 42 main sounds of English (including the alphabet) plus short and long vowels, digraphs and diphthongs
 Detailed teaching guidance to enable children to identify a sound wherever it is in the word
 Instruction and strategies for teaching irregular high frequency words
 Ample opportunity for children to apply their letter sound knowledge within each lesson aswell as through a range of decodable texts

 

Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS)
The spring test at kindergarten level has three components, each with benchmarks provided to show students’ progress:
 Letter Naming Test: consists of the student naming as many letters as they can in one minute. The letters are arranged in random order and a mix of upper and lower case letters.
 Phoneme Segmentation Test: measures the student’s ability to segment three and four phoneme words into their individual phonemes fluently. This test is oral.
 Nonsense Word Fluency Test: tests the letter-sound correspondence and ability to blend letters into words in which letters represent their most common sounds.

Introducing Jolly Classroom
Discover a year’s worth of lesson plans and guidance online, with easy access.Exciting lessons with games, songs and activities. Animated, multi-sensory, fun and engaging.

Children are taught the 42 letter sounds, how to write them, how to blend the sounds for reading and how to identify the sounds in words for spelling and writing. Alongside this children learn about tricky words as well  as being introduced to the alternative spellings of vowels.

Children are initially taught one way of spelling a sound before gradually learning that the same sound can be represented in a number of different forms. They start with the common variations, before progressing  to other, more unusual spelling patterns that occur as the children develop their vocabulary for reading and writing.

Children are introduced to punctuation concepts and continue to revise these throughout the school years. Starting with full stops and speech marks, children will then learn how to use exclamation and question  marks,colons and semi-colons, hyphens, commas,bullet points and much more.

Give your children the best start to their phonics journey

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