Year 1 phonics and reading overview ES Revise ES Sound mats ES Keywords • • • • Exception words- words which are not phonetically spelt Bug club refer to key/exception words as ‘tricky words’ Learn by sight not sound As children become more confident readers they will start to spot alternative sounds in their keywords IM Alien Words • Pseudo words – made up words which have to be sounded and blended to be read • Have a go…. • Year 1 – Phonics Screen ES Teach ES igh Say it Write it IM ie, i_e ie Other common ways to Write the ‘igh’ sound Different sounds the letters ‘ie’ can make ie i_e /igh/ Different ways to make the /igh/ sound ES Practise ES igh • Blending words with the new sound • Reading words from flash cards • Modelled sentence, reading sentence. . . night IM ES Apply • • • • • Children then write a sentence at the end of their phonics session that include: the ‘sound of the day’ Previously learnt sound keywords. practise author skills - C .?! • igh – high, sigh night, • igh - I can go as high as the moon at night. • /igh/ - I tried to fly high in the sky but my tie hit me in the eye. Links to home learning – Supporting children’s reading at home • • • • • • • • • • • Reading for pleasure Sound spotting Picture decoding Keywords Punctuation Expression Re-read for fluency. Questions – factual and inferential. Predicting and summarising. Word choice Time / pages IM IM Questions: What’s the super hero’s name? Where is the story’s setting? Which characters are in the book? Is this a non-fiction book? How do you know? recap / summarise predict Questions: How do you think Jazz is feeling? Why are the police in the story? How would you save the day? Why might people rob a bank?