Phonics Galore! Phonic Phases 2 to 5 Learn to Read Class
In this ongoing class, students will learn to recognise and read phonic sounds from phase 2 to phase 5 (KS1) as well as how to sight-read tricky words that cannot be sounded out.
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Twice per week
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Reading is the best thing you will ever learn to do! Come and learn all the phonic sounds in phases 2 to 5 as well as how to sight-read tricky words that you can't sound out. You will learn first how to sound out and then how to read cvc (consonant, vowel, consonant),ccvc (consonant, consonant, vowel, consonant) and cvcc (consonant, vowel, consonant, consonant) words and simple sentences. In week one, 17th January, you will begin to learn phase 2 phonic sounds by looking at the letters,...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn phase 2 to phase 5 phonic sounds, how to blend and sound out cvc, ccvc, cvcc words, and how to sight-read 'tricky words' that cannot be sounded out.
I have taught phonics (and indeed, the subject of English) for more years than I care to think about! It is an area I am extremely passionate about because I truly believe that a child who enjoys reading and writing has a real head-start to lifelong learning.
Lined paper Pencil Eraser
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Your children may need help writing the sounds and words as they learn them. If you could ask them to say the sound out loud as they trace and write it, it will help embed their understanding. You can also help your child by asking them to tell you whenever they see the sounds of the day in written form as this will help them to understand that sounds blend together to make words. This could be in books you read with them, or in a newspaper, or on notices, in shops you visit (Covid allowing!) - there are signs everywhere that you could point out to help them. The park is a good place for signs - there may be 'keep off the grass' or 'please do not feed the ducks' signs. Words are all around us - if you can help your child see them, it will help them learn.
Any worksheets required will be put into the classroom so that you can print them out prior to class. There will not necessarily be a worksheet for each week. Students will need lined paper and a pencil so that they can copy the sounds they learn.
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🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
85 total reviews
118 completed classes
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