Phonics: Part 1 - Research and Rationale (presentation with voiceover)
This is the first of two phonics audio screencasts (presentation with voiceover) focused on the importance of developing phonics knowledge: the why, what, how, how often of phonics. This 26-minute screencast outlines the selection of specific SSC (symbol-sound correspondence) and suggested order of teaching. The handout referred to in the screencast is available to download below: 'Rationale for teaching phonics'.
This screencast is also available on YouTube: http://www.ncelp.org/vid/phonics-part1 .
The second audio screencast includes the research underpinnings and rationale for explicit phonics teaching in the UK classroom context: https://resources.ncelp.org/concern/resources/gb19f609g?locale=en .
Phonics - Applying sound-symbol combination knowledge
Phonics - Awareness raising about sound-symbol systems
Phonics - Consolidating sound-symbol combination knowledge
Phonics - Introducing new sound-symbol combinations
Phonics - Isolated sound-symbol combinations
Phonics - Other
Phonics - Sound-symbol combinations in sentences/discourse
Phonics - Sound-symbol combinations in words