Teaching Children to Read – the difference between a ‘letter’, ‘word’ and a ‘sentence’.

Teaching Phonics – Chapter 2

Learning to read can be a daunting task for little learners. While it is true that their tiny brains act as a sponge to absorb an exorbitant about of information daily, it can be easy to forget that some things we take for granted still need to be taught  – with as much patience and understanding  – as the more obviously tricky skills to assimilate.

Take a look at our latest instalment of teaching phonics to young pupils.

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Are you a teacher in need of some phonics training?

Our May Phonics Training Session

Yesterday was another one of our world class Phonics Training Sessions with the lovely and talented Rebecca Cargill. Rebecca works with World Class Teachers to offer phonics tips and training to our supply teachers – whether they need to refresh their existing skills or want to find a new approach to teaching phonics.

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Are you a primary school supply teacher in need of some phonics tips?

Following the changes in the National Curriculum for this year and the success of our last Phonics Tips session, we are holding another seminar today!

Meet us at World Class Teacher HQ from 5:30 to 7pm for a session devoted to teaching phonics and guided reading.

Our aim is to offer teaching resources to our supply teachers so they are confident when they walk into a new placement – after all, that’s what a supply teaching agency is for!

If you cannot attend today’s session or just want a quick refresh before a new teaching job, take a look at some of our handy phonics resources for Year 3 and Year 4 below.

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Our Phonics teaching tips for the 2014 Curriculum

We recently hosted a Phonics session for our teachers at World Class Teacher’s HQ, with the aim of introducing our supply teachers to a teaching method that has seen growing popularity.

There have been many changes in teaching phonics for the British curriculum in 2014, so we wanted all our supply teachers to be up to date and feel prepared when they enter a new classroom!

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