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Discrete teaching Phase 4: reading and spelling words containing adjacent consonants

Discrete sessions which relate to the fourth 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. Teachers are cautioned about teaching words in word families, as it may be a barrier to learning for some children. When applied successfully, children should be able to blend and segment adjacent consonants in words and to apply this…

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Discrete teaching, phase 4: Reading and spelling words containing adjacent consonants

Outline of the purpose and outcome of phase 4: Teach children to read and spell words containing adjacent consonants. Forms part of the Primary Framework for teaching Early reading.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Phase 4: application in shared and guided reading and writing – reading focus

Example of how to teach children to read and spell words containing adjacent consonants, using blending, a reading skill. This sample session is offered for reference and interest as an example of one experienced practitioner's proposals for applying prior learning from the discrete phonics teaching sessions to shared reading and writing, and to guided reading and writing.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Suggested daily teaching

Early Years practitioners can use this six-step approach for each daily phonetics session when following Letters and sounds. This is a suggested approach within phase four of Letters and Sounds, which is part of Communication, Language and Literacy Development (CLLD).

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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.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011