Understanding SSP Spelling Clouds - Speech Sound Pics Approach

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The Spelling Clouds. Offering alternative spelling choices for each speech sound.
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Understanding SSP Spelling Clouds - Speech Sound Pics Approach

  1. 1. Understanding the SSP Spelling Clouds
  2. 2. How to split spoken, and written, words into Speech Sounds and Speech Sound Pics ie Do not ‘teach consonant blends, Onset and Rime (or Syllables until SSP Blue).
  3. 3. SSP Blue Code (Advanced) Level N,a,d,p,s,t (n,a,t,d,p,s,i)
  4. 4. SSP Students Go Up Around 19 PM Levels in 18 Week. (No PM Readers used throughout the SSP Program)
  5. 5. Student Posters for Prep andYear 1 Classes, Adapted for SSP Wiring Brain Labs
  6. 6. The Spelling Clouds reflect the most commonly used representations (sound pics) for the 46 speech sounds we focus on, to teach reading and spelling . They are explored, adapted and personalised by students throughout their learning journey. Remember- decoding sound pic (phonemes) depends on how STUDENTS say the words!
  7. 7. ‘Speech Sound Pics’ represent one Speech Sound. There are 2 exceptions. Speech Sound Pics represent TWO speech sounds, in the case of ‘x’ (k/s) and also qu (k/w)
  8. 8. This cloud refers to the two speech sounds k/s represented by one sound pic

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