Written for both in-service and trainee teachers, this title is a practical, up-to-date guide on how to teach children to read using synthetic phonics - the approach adopted in all schools in England from 2007. It describes several different approaches to systematic phonics teaching, together with the rapid progress in word recognition ability that can result. The book also includes case studies, advice on how to diagnose children′s phonic skills, and how to locate and remediate their weaknesses. Further, it also provides guidance on how teaching assistants can support the work of the classroom teacher.
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Rhona Johnston trained as a primary school teacher and worked as a learning support teacher for a number of years. She was then a lecturer in psychology at the University of St Andrews, a Reader at the University of Birmingham, and since 2001 has been a Professor of Psychology at the University of Hull. With Joyce Watson she devised a synthetic phonics programme which they showed in their study in Clackmannanshire was very much more effective than other types of phonics teaching.Review:
"Liked the good mix of practical advice and theoretical underpinning. Very up to date book by experts in this field" (Lecturer, Stranmills University College)
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Descripción Learning Matters, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1844451216
Descripción Learning Matters, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111844451216