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Synthetic Phonics & the Year 1 Reading Test – The easy way to teach children to read!

Synthetic Phonics & the Year 1 Reading Test – The easy way to teach children to read!

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This article recently published in Teach Primary magazine, examines why synthetic Phonics is the best method of teaching today's children to read. With the introduction of the New Year 1 Reading test, more and more teachers will soon be using Synthetic Phonics in Foundation and KS1 to improve their pupils' reading skills.

This article was written by Elizabeth Nonweiler – a CPD trainer in Synthetic Phonics. Find out why Elizabeth supports the use of Synthetic Phonics in teaching children to read, and some of her experiences of using the techniques.

Synthetic Phonics uses Letter and Sound correspondence and the use of blending to teach children to read – Elizabeth elaborates more on this in her article and describes how much faster children can progress when using Synthetic Phonics teaching methods.

Pearson’s new Primary Synthetic Phonics programme Phonics Bug encompasses these techniques and joins an online world of video and interactive Phonics resources with classic print books. Find out more about Phonics Bug, or sign up for a FREE trial here http://www.pearsonschoolsandfecolleges.co.uk/Primary/GlobalPages/SyntheticPhonicsExperts/PhonicsPartner.aspx
This article recently published in Teach Primary magazine, examines why synthetic Phonics is the best method of teaching today's children to read. With the introduction of the New Year 1 Reading test, more and more teachers will soon be using Synthetic Phonics in Foundation and KS1 to improve their pupils' reading skills.

This article was written by Elizabeth Nonweiler – a CPD trainer in Synthetic Phonics. Find out why Elizabeth supports the use of Synthetic Phonics in teaching children to read, and some of her experiences of using the techniques.

Synthetic Phonics uses Letter and Sound correspondence and the use of blending to teach children to read – Elizabeth elaborates more on this in her article and describes how much faster children can progress when using Synthetic Phonics teaching methods.

Pearson’s new Primary Synthetic Phonics programme Phonics Bug encompasses these techniques and joins an online world of video and interactive Phonics resources with classic print books. Find out more about Phonics Bug, or sign up for a FREE trial here http://www.pearsonschoolsandfecolleges.co.uk/Primary/GlobalPages/SyntheticPhonicsExperts/PhonicsPartner.aspx

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Published by: Pearson Schools and FE Colleges on Dec 14, 2010
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