student teachers X
X Keynote presentation for the RRF 2015
conference: One hour of free synthetic phonics CPD from Debbie Hepplewhite:
ppt. slides to accompany Debbie's talk: http://t.co/fHS4RsURaA
Dr Jennifer Buckingham at researchED Melbourne, 2017. She discusses the
evidence for systematic synthetic phonics in the context of the five skill
areas that are involved in reading. She also looks at some of the barriers
to implementing this evidence.
Sounds-Write's free, online initial/basic
English Alphabet Code (part 1) course for
parents/carers/homeschoolers: teach your 4-6 yr old child how to read
and spell. Course includes 1 hr. of practical demonstration videos
including how to help your child to read a decodable story.
The English Alphabet Code - talk given by Diane McGuinness at the RRF conference 2011.
Alison Clarke: How phonics got framed
Alison Clarke: English Spelling Code
Alison Clarke illustrates why predictable or repetitive texts are harmful for beginning readers.
Alison Clarke: Preventing literacy failure and shifting the whole Bell Curve up.
N.B. ppt only viewable on PCs
This primary school's ppt (scroll down & click on the blue rectangle: Phabulus Fonicks!) for parents gives accurate and helpful advice for helping with reading and spelling. The school uses the Sound Reading System programme.
Jolly Phonics Songs on YouTube: