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Letters and Sounds: Phase one, aspect 3 – General sound discrimination (Body percussion)

Phase one Letters and Sounds video related to teaching of general sound discrimination – body percussion.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Teaching activities for making general sound discrimination: Environmental sounds

Video clip based on phase 1 teaching activities for making discrimination between general environmental sounds. It includes teaching activities such as give me a sound, mouth movement and freely chosen. This resource is developed in line with the DCSF core criteria, which determines systematic, high-quality phonics work. It builds on the Progression and Pace Document and replaces Progression in Phonics and Playing with Sounds.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Teaching activities for making general sound discrimination: Instrumental sounds

Video clip based on phase 1 teaching activities for making discrimination between general instrumental sounds. It includes teaching activities such as favourite rhymes, rhyming soup and odd one out. This resource is developed in line with the DCSF core criteria, which determines systematic, high-quality phonics work. It builds on the Progression and Pace Document and replaces Progression in Phonics and Playing with Sounds.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Phase 1 teaching activities related to voice sounds

Video clip based on phase 1 teaching activities for children related to voice sounds. This aspect of teaching includes use of sound, mouth movements and freely chosen activities. This resource has been developed in line with the DCSF core criteria, which determines systematic, high-quality phonics work. It builds on the Progression and Pace document and replaces Progression in Phonics and Playing with Sounds.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Phase 1 teaching activities related to alliteration

Video clip based on phase 1 teaching activities for children related to alliteration. This aspect of teaching includes use of sound box, mirror play and sound bags. This resource has been developed in line with the DCSF core criteria, which determines systematic, high-quality phonics work. It builds on the Progression and Pace document and replaces Progression in Phonics and Playing with Sounds.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011