Teaching Systematic Synthetic Phonics in Primary Schools by Wendy Jolliffe, David Waugh, Angela Carss
  

Synopsis

Teaching Systematic Synthetic Phonics in Primary Schools by Wendy Jolliffe, David Waugh, Angela Carss

Systematic synthetic phonics is a key strategy in the teaching of reading and this text supports trainee teachers working towards primary QTS in how to use phonics effectively. It explores what works in phonics teaching, and why. Beginning with the subject knowledge that underpins effective teaching, it goes on to explore pedagogy from the early years to Key Stage 2. The book includes a review of different popular phonics programmes, set against the DfE (2011) criteria for high-quality phonics teaching. New to this edition: *updated in line with the new National Curriculum *includes new guidance on the Year 1 phonics screen *a new section with lessons ideas and practical guidance for teaching phonics.

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I found the information on the pedagogy of phonics, especially teaching phonics in KS2, very useful. I enjoyed reading about how and why to teach phonics in KS2 as this is something which I think is overlooked in many other phonics books. Another positive point is that this book has activity ideas incorporated in the chapters. This really puts the information into perspective; it makes the ideas a lot more practical and classroom-ready. Many of the activities can be just slightly adapted by a class teacher and incorporated into several different phonics sessions. Many of the activities are new to me which was interesting to read. Assessment is also mentioned in some parts of the book. I found this helpful as sometimes the only type of phonics assessment mentioned is the Phonics Screening Test which mostly summative. The book, however, suggests formative assessment opportunities which is very insightful! I also own the first edition of this book - if you're wondering whether to buy this one, I would say it definitely is different and updated so would be beneficial if you're looking to keep up-to-date with phonics assessment, pedagogy and knowledge. Jasmin, Teacher -- Jasmin Peppiatt Amazon

About the Author

Dr Wendy Jolliffe is Head of Scarborough School of Education at the University of Hull and has strategic responsibility for Teacher Education. Wendy is a former deputy headteacher who has worked in Initial Teacher Training (ITT) for 10 years. She worked as a Regional Adviser for ITT for the National Strategies from 2008 to 2010. David Waugh is subject leader for Primary English at Durham University. A former deputy headteacher, David worked in ITT from 1990 at the University of Hull, where he led the PGCE course and became Head of Department. In 2008 he was appointed as National Strategies Regional Adviser for ITT. As well as his educational writing, David also writes children's stories, including Lottie's Run published in 2015. Angela Carss is an experienced teacher with a particular interest in early reading. Angela is also a part-time primary English tutor at Durham University and provides expert input on phonics and early reading for both undergraduates and postgraduates.

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Hardback
232 pages

Author

Wendy Jolliffe, David Waugh, Angela Carss
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Publication date

18th May 2015

ISBN

9781473908239


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