First Class Phonics - Book 7

First Class Phonics - Book 7

by P S Quick
     
 

First Class Phonics is a series of books designed to help children quickly become proficient readers and writers.
These books use Synthetic Phonics, a high-quality teaching method recognised all over the world. In Synthetic Phonics, children focus on the skills that enable them to read and spell words accurately. They recognise the importance of every sound they… See more details below

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First Class Phonics is a series of books designed to help children quickly become proficient readers and writers.
These books use Synthetic Phonics, a high-quality teaching method recognised all over the world. In Synthetic Phonics, children focus on the skills that enable them to read and spell words accurately. They recognise the importance of every sound they hear in the spoken word and learn to blend these sounds so that they can read words from the very beginning of the program.
It is essential that children develop the ability to hear, identify and manipulate individual sounds in order to read fluently. This book provides a range of fun activities to ensure this happens.
Book 7 introduces more digraphs (two-letter sounds) and trigraphs (three-letter sounds). It also introduces alternative graphemes for phonemes already learnt. It covers the sounds i (ivy), wr (write), o (wolf), ou (would), our (pour), au (Paul), al (chalk), or (boar), or (score), se (cheese), ze (snooze), ear (earth), or (worm), ere (were), g (giraffe), ge (page), dge (badge), mb (lamb), st (castle), c (circle), and ce (fence).
In this book some earlier words taught cease to be ‘tricky words’ as children learn new sounds and understand their spelling pattern.
The last chapter contains a story that uses only words built from the sounds taught in this and previous books.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781783330348
Publisher:
Andrews UK
Publication date:
06/25/2013
Series:
First Class Phonics , #7
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
6 MB

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