Tag Archives: phonic code

The reversible code

There is nothing as rewarding as seeing the grin on a young reader’s face when then have just written a word that he/she can read and what more – you can read!  The discovery that the squiggles on the white […]

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Teaching ‘Silent’ letters

Do you teach ‘silent letters’? Read what the Literacy Blog has to say about them.   http://www.thereadingcentre.com/2011/11/26/silent-letters/

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Should fluent readers be taught phonics?

Some children get the hang of reading easily and become fluent readers. Is there any point in taking them through a structured phonics programme?

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Synthetic Phonics – a ‘back to basics’ approach to reading?

We often hear people calling for a ‘back to basics’ approach in education. But is Synthetic Phonics really backward looking or has it some new elements which differ from how reading was taught in the past?

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