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Phase 4 teaching activity related to practising grapheme recall

Video clip showing children practising grapheme recall and reading consonant vowel consonant (CVC) words. At this phase children develop knowledge of grapheme-phoneme correspondence (GPC), their skills of blending and segmenting with letters and recognition of high frequency words containing GPCs. This video is supplied in high bandwidth version.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Phase 3 teaching related to grapheme: Phoneme and oral blending

Video clip on teaching activity related to phoneme and oral blending. The teacher teaches the children regarding the sound of the words like ‘sh’, ‘oa’, etc. The teacher teaches the skills of blending separate sounds together into whole words for reading and segmenting whole words into separate sounds for spelling. This video is supplied in high bandwidth version.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Teaching activities related to blending for reading, segmentation for spelling

Video clip related to the phase 3 teaching of blending for reading and segmentation for spelling. This video is a part of resources that develops children’s knowledge of grapheme-phoneme correspondence (GPC), skills of blending and segmenting with letters and recognition of high frequency words containing GPCs not taught at that phase.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Phase 2 teaching activities related to oral blending and segmentation

Video clip related to the teaching of oral blending and segmentation. This video is a part of resources that develop children’s knowledge of grapheme-phoneme correspondence (GPC), skills of blending and segmenting with letters and recognition of high frequency words containing GPCs not taught at that phase.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Phase 4 teaching activity related to CVCC reading

Video is based on phase 4 teaching activities related to reading of complex words. It covers words like ‘Handcuff’, ‘Helpdesk’, etc. The children recognise the alphabets and sound and are able to pronounce the words. Earlier practice of blending and segmenting words helps the young learners to read. This video is supplied in high bandwidth version.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011