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Discrete teaching Phase 3: blending and segmenting CVC words

Discrete sessions which relate to the third phase of phonic progression set out in Guidance for practitioners and teachers on progression and pace in the teaching of phonics (Primary Framework, 2006). It illustrates a range of activities to promote effective learning of blending and segmenting CVC (consonant vowel cluster) words. This document was produced in 2006.

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Phase four

In this phase, Early Years practitioners can help children learn to read and spell words containing adjacent consonants. Children are also introduced to polysyllabic words. This is part of Communication, Language and Literacy Development (CLLD).

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Blending CVCC and CCVC words

Early Years practitioners can use these activities to teach children to blend CVCC and CCVC words for reading. They do this through recognition and by saying combinations of words out loud. These are suggested activities within phase four of Letters and Sounds, which is part of Communication, Language and Literacy Development (CLLD).

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Activities

Early Years practitioners can see how teaching is focused throughout phase two of Letters and Sounds with activities that build children’s skills in stages. This is part of Communication, Language and Literacy Development (CLLD).

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Development expectations

Early Years practitioners can see which specific letters, sounds and words children are expected to recognise and write by the end of phase two of Letters and Sounds. This is part of a six-week phonetics programme within Communication, Language and Literacy Development (CLLD).

http://www.directoryofchoice.co.uk/ Last update: 2011