P261 - ESSARP goes to Southern Cross School: Phonics and Spelling in years 1, 2 and 3. How to teach spelling in Primary after the 42 sounds
- Ciclo: 2019
- Nivel: Primary
- Idioma: Inglés
- Estado: Terminado
- Lugar: AR422 - Southern Cross School
- Capacitador/es: Grace Vilar
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Colegios Afiliados No arancelado
Centros de Examen ARS 800.00
No afiliados ARS 800.00
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She is a graduated English teacher who has 30 years of classroom experience and headship in bilingual schools in Argentina. She travels to the UK on a yearly basis to work in schools, work with the most renown Phonics and Literacy experts. She is a certificate Synthetic Phonics expert who works as a Synthetic Phonics Trainer, an Educational and Literacy Consultant and Teacher Trainer offering advice and providing training in Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Brasil, Mexico, Ecuador and Peru, in private and state schools. Grace is an IFERI Committee member: International Foundation for Effective Reading Instruction, an Associate of Educators International: Professional Educators Volunteering Overseas for the Department of Education UK. She is the author of the Spanish Phonics Programme: Alfabetizacion en español.
For all Year 1/ 1st form Primary teachers, Heads, Coordinators, teaching assistants and SEN, who have attended
Synthetic Phonics Part 1 or have been using a Synthetic Phonics approach successfully for a while
• To develop Phonics teaching alternative spellings through exploring in more detail the
English Alphabetic Code
• To learn how to carry on after the 42+ sounds.
• To learn how to teach the alternative spellings and tricky words.
• To develop strategies for teaching reading and writing
• Progression in Phonics: Teaching alternative spellings
• Tricky Words
• Assessing children in their phonics process and differentiation using the The Simple
View of Reading
• Developing Reading and Writing.
An interactive and participative workshop where the facilitator will show, explain and provide guidelines on how to teach Phonics, reading and writing after the first part of Year 1. Sharing evidence and experience is welcome
The simple View of Reading
Debbie Hepplewhite´s English Alphabetic Code