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No Nonsense Phonics Skills Teacher Book 4

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Part of the No Nonsense Phonics Skills Series

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No Nonsense Phonics Skills Teacher Book 4 by

The series of nine No Nonsense Phonics Skills books provides a comprehensive step-by-step method of teaching reading, handwriting and spelling in the English language. Debbie Hepplewhite guides the learner and the teacher through a series of carefully designed systematic phonics routines to master the complex English Alphabetic Code. Each book is rich in content providing phonics instruction and exercises with `cumulative' code, words and texts - developing language comprehension and building up knowledge of `spelling word banks'. High-frequency and tricky words, and additional letter/s-sound correspondences, are drip-fed into the teaching and learning sequence of the 109 included `Mini Stories'. No Nonsense Phonics Skills: * Provides systematic and rigorous phonics teaching and practice with a rich vocabulary * Teaches handwriting linked to the alphabet and to the English alphabetic code * Applies and extends phonics to reading and writing cumulative texts, developing language comprehension at the same time * Includes high-frequency and tricky words, and builds up spelling word banks * Covers the national curriculum requirements for phonics and spelling in Years 1 and 2 * Involves and engages the learner fully and routinely in formative assessment No Nonsense Phonics Skills Book 4 covers the following graphemes: ee, or, z, -zz, wh, ea, -ea, -s, -se, -ze, aw. This teacher edition contains additional guidance for the phonics hand routines, the sound-dash and spelling answers, and examples of comprehension questions for all the Mini Stories.

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40 pages

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Raintree an imprint of Capstone Global Library Ltd

Publication date

1st September 2016

ISBN

9781474738668


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