Lambeth's ''best practice phonics'' videos

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Lambeth's ''best practice phonics'' videos

Post by Susan Godsland » Wed Sep 04, 2013 1:43 pm

Lambeth CLC recently promoted the following synthetic phonics (Letters and Sounds) video clips, saying,

''Get ready for the new academic year with these best practice phonics videos http://goo.gl/Rv9oM filmed in Lambeth classrooms''

http://vimeo.com/channels/498883/66555631

We've watched a couple of them. Comments follow:

Phase 3:
45 seconds in there's a view of the teacher's Tricky Word wall which has a big sign saying ''We can't sound it out''

Phase 6:
Good intro to camera on importance of daily phonics and structure of review, teach new, apply and plenary. Lesson started with going through "keywords"

never
next
first
fish

CT asked - how can we remember to spell these words?
Pupil: make a rhyme
CT: yes like "oh you lucky duck" as in would and could.
Pupil: you could use the sounds
CT: yes you could
CT: Can you remember the other way I told you to remember words: look for parts of words we already know

Re the word "never" There followed identification of:

er ............. then ..................
ever
CT: How could you read "never" ? remember to put "n" before" ever".

So much for blending all through the word as first strategy for reading.

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