Start Smart Homeschooling’s Phonics Teacher Training Program
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Upgrade the method of teaching English
Why should we know the right way to teach to read and write English?
Scientific studies have repeatedly found that phonics instruction is the most effective way to teach children how to read. Without it, some children will end up having serious reading difficulties. Phonics instruction teaches children how to decode letters into their respective sounds, a skill that is essential for them to read unfamiliar words by themselves.
Beginning readers do not make direct connections between print and meaning in the same way that skilled readers do. However, as children become proficient readers with a large store of familiar words via a process called orthographic mapping, the phonological route to meaning is required less often.
Written English has 44 sounds associated with the 26 letters of its alphabet — some sounds are represented by combinations of letters eg /oa/, and some letters are represented in spoken language by more than one sound (eg. the letter c can be /s/ or /k/).
English is thus more accurately described as a morphophonemic language than a strictly phonetic language, but most words and morphemes are phonetically decodable; that is: they can be ‘sounded out’ using knowledge of the rules of written English. This characteristic of English makes good phonics teaching more rather than less important — the complexity of English makes it difficult for children to learn the rules (and the exceptions) without careful and explicit teaching.
Hence, Start Smart Homeschooling has organized Phonics Teacher Training Program and trained many teachers and parents of toddlers in the past.
Following are few feedbacks given by our students.
- What is phonological and phonemic awareness?
- What is phonics? And Speech development
- What are 5 basic skills of reading and writing?
- 42 letter sounds, letter formation, actions and stories.
- Blending (there are different types of blending) segmenting & manipulating.
- What is digraph (vowel digraphs, consonant digraph), grapheme & diphthong
- Its difference? Long vowel & short vowel
- Tricky words.
- Alternatives spellings
- basic spelling rules
- What are jailed words?
- Pencil grip.
- Advance phonics concept- 20+ advance spelling rule and Schwa sounds.
- Strategies for reading & writing.
- Games , activities, worksheets and tips how to make lessons interesting.
- Orthographic mapping.
- Lesson plan.
- How to make teaching aids and how to use it
- .Instruction on how to use the phonics handbook.
- Teaching styles and learner behavior
- Additional knowledge on proved methods of teaching
- and much more.
- E- Participation certification on phonics teacher training
- Phonics teachers’ handbook
- 500+ Flashcards
- Game templates
- Phonics books –my phonics patterns 1000 words, beginning blends book
- IPA chart
- Jolly phonics stories
- Phonics facts notes pdf
- Silent letters PPT
- Phonics pupil check list
- Onset rime pdf on word families
- Syllable types posters
- 44 phonemes notes
- Reading passages pdf
- Orthographic mapping
- Level 1 to level 3 worksheets pdf books
- Action chart
- Alternative spelling wall anchor chart
- .40+ spelling rules pdf and worksheets
- Jolly phonics pupil book 1,2,3
- 50+jolly phonics story books
- Jolly phonics activity books 1-6
- Oxford phonics work book
- Magic –e activity pdf
- Spelling 44 sounds of the English language
- Spelling rules posters
- The steps of reading and writing with jolly phonics
- And many more surprises.
Phonemic awareness and phonics do work together when students learn to read and spell. Words are made up of sounds (phonemic awareness) and letters represent these sounds in print (phonics). Without the ability to hear sounds in words, phonemic awareness and phonics cannot engage in this reciprocal relationship. Researcher Wiley Blevins explains, “Phonemic awareness training provides the foundation on which phonics instruction is built. Thus, children need solid phonemic awareness training for phonics instruction to be effective.”
It is essential for students to understand that words are made up of individual sounds, and they can blend, segment, and manipulate those sounds. If students can do this work through the air, we can transfer these skills to print, so they can read and spell more words.
Do you want to know how to introduce these to the little brains and unlock their reading and writing skills join our upcoming teacher training program
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