Photocopiable sheets to practise and consolidate consonant blends, consonant digraphs, Magic e and irregular high frequency words. Lesson content all covered in Section 3 of the Programme One Teacher’s Guide.
These copymasters consolidate and extend the teaching content of Section 3 of the Programme One Teacher’s Guide. They support class or group work on common word endings, the most important digraphs with h, all the consonant blends, long vowels and the Magic e principle. Ten sheets also focus on a number of high usage, but ‘tricky’ words.
The copymasters provide activities for varying levels of ability and cover a range of different skills, including word building, using words in context, sentence completion and open-ended sentence writing.
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The 'Programme One Copymasters' consolidate and extend the teaching content of Section 3 of the 'Programme One Teacher's Guide'. They support class or group work on common word endings, the most important digraphs with 'h', all the consonant blends, long vowels and the Magic e principle. Ten of the sheets focus on preventing typical spelling errors in 'tricky' high usage words, e.g. 'said, they, any.'
The copymasters provide activities for different levels of ability. Wherever possible each sheet finishes with a more open-ended task that will require careful thought. They can also be used as a valuable diagnostic tool.
The range of skills covered include:
• phoneme awareness
• decoding/ recoding skills
• illustrating sounds (picture coding)
• finding rhyming words
• word building
• using words in context
• reading for meaning
• sentence completion
• open-ended sentence writing
The copymasters provide an excellent resource for class or group work at the Word level of the Literacy Strategy. They are also useful as an activity for children working with parents or helpers.
The 'Programme One Teacher's Guide' is the recommended starting point for introducing the spelling patterns featured in these copymasters.About the Author:
Lyn Wendon is a reading specialist who devised Letterland as a remedy for reading failure. Working among children with learning difficulties, she found that they needed a style of teaching that not only explained letter behaviour but also fired their imaginations. The result was Letterland!
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Book Description The Irish Journal of Psychology., 1989. Book Condition: Very Good. First. VG/VG, slight edgewear. 8.5x6. 217pp. Bookseller Inventory # 145456