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Synthetic phonics

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Synthetic phonics

  1. 1. Welcome to this Workshop Synthetic Phonics
  2. 2. Agenda Be introduced to the first phase sounds of synthetic phonicsItem 1 for years 1 & 2. Feel more confident about their ability to use TPR in theItem 2 classroom.Item 3 Practice the pronunciation of the phonemes. Be introduced to a variety of activities for presenting andItem 4 practicing these phonemes.
  3. 3. 1) Make each of the five long vowel sounds: AY, EEE, ih-EEE, Oh, UOOOOPut the letter "B" in front, so it sounds like these words: Bay, Bee, Buy, Boh, Boo.Go on to "C" and more with: Cay, Key, Ky, Coh, CooGo on with every consonant to Z: Zay, Zee, Zie, Zoh, ZooDo the bonus three , like: Chay, Chee, Chie, Choh, Chew2) Make each of the five short vowel sounds: Aaa, Eh, ih, o, uhPut the letter "B" in front, so it sounds like these words: Bat, Bet, Bity, Bot, But(but without the t at the end)Go on to "C" and more with: Caa, Keh, Kih, Cah, CuhGo on with every consonant to Z: Zaa, Zeh, Zih, Zah, ZuhDo the bonus three above, like: Chaa, Cheh, Chih, Chah, ChuhYouve now made almost every sound you are likely to in your speaking so your face and throat are familiar with them all.
  4. 4. TONGUE TWISTERBetty Botter bought some butter,"But," she said, "this butters bitter.If I bake this bitter butter,It will make my batter bitter.But a bit of better butter -That would make my batter better."So she bought a bit of butter,Better than her bitter butter,And she baked it in her batter,And the batter was not bitter.So twas better Betty BotterBought a bit of better butter
  5. 5. Have a look at the flashcards and the actions hand out on the table,please have a read and practice the sounds ,and the actions. I would likeone or two of you to come to the front of the workshop and teach thesound and action to the rest of the workshop. Thank you.
  6. 6. Top Ten Phonics RulesCould you please match the phonicsrules with the examples given. You havefive minutes. For example.1. Every word must contain a vowel. The vowels are a,e,i,o,u and y (y is aconsonant when at the beginning of a word). E.g. A,me.sit,no,up,my
  7. 7. Top Ten Phonics Rules1. Every word must contain a vowel. The vowels are: a, e, i, o, u, and y Eg: A, me, sit, no,up, my2. When a one syllable word ends in a consonant and has only one vowel, that vowel isshort. Eg: mat, red, fish, sock, rug.3. When a syllable ends in a silent "e," the vowel that comes before the silent "e" islong. Eg: lake, gene, kite, rope, use.4. When w is before "or", the "or" says "er". (work, word, - but not sword)5. Qu are always together. Eg: queen, quarrel, quick, quiet6. When "g" is followed by "e, i, or y," it usually has the soft sound of "j." Eg: gem, gym7. When "c" is followed by "e, i, or y," it usually has the soft sound of "s." Eg: city, cent,cygnet.
  8. 8. Top Ten Phonics Rules8. When a syllable ends in a vowel and is the only vowel, that vowel is usuallylong. Eg: "la/ter, me, I, o/pen, u/nique, my.9. When 2 consonants join together and form one new sound, they are calledconsonant digraphs. They count as one sound. Eg: "ch, sh, th, ph, wh".10. When a syllable has 2 vowels together, the first vowel is usually long andthe second is silent. Eg: "rain, meat, coat, res/cue, day. NOTE: Dipthongs do not follow these rules.
  9. 9. At the back there are pictures ,descriptions, andaction pictures from the phonics Power point thatwe looked at earlier today. In your teams I would like you to match them up. Please try to do this without using the handout I gave you earlier. Thank you.
  10. 10. 1. three 32. boy 23. wreck 3 Count the phonemes4. cream 45. night 36. sting 47. pail 38. rooster 5
  11. 11. Segment the following words and count the phonemes too. market m/ar/k/e/t 5 porch p/or/ch 3 point p/oi/n/t 4 moan m/oa/n 3 Bangkok B/a/ng/k/o/k 6 hair h/air 2 thigh th/igh 2
  12. 12. Activities1. Phonics Twister2. Phoneme Jump3. Fishing game4. Tell a Story5. Spin the bottle/spin the student6. Musical Phonemes7. Musical chairs8. Bang9. Stepping stones10. Full Circle11. Phoneme Count(heads down Thumbs up)12.Washing line Phonics13.Snakes and Ladders
  13. 13. Review
  14. 14. Thank You

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