‘Sound Snap’ – a fun way to teach ‘precise pronunciation’

I have just started to teach a struggling reader  in Year 1.  The first thing I observed from my assessment was that she did not use ‘pure phonic sounds’, also known as ‘precise pronunciation’.  Many of the consonants were pronounced with an added ‘uh’  sound:  /k/ was pronounced ‘kuh’;  /p/ was pronounced ‘puh’, etc.  This […]

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Our phonic sounds video clip has passed 300,000 views!

This video clip is now recommended by the British Dyslexia Association.  Is has been viewed more than 300,00o times!  If you would like hear the sounds of the English Phonic Code (also known as the Alphabetic Code) click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwJx1NSineE    

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