To overcome the difficulty in learning of language, phonics comes in handy. The play of sounds of each letter to make words helps children deal with their difficulties of reading and writing of English Language.
- How does Synthetic Phonics work?
Synthetic Phonics is a fun and child centred approach to teaching literacy through phonics. With actions for each of the 42 letter sounds, the multi-sensory along with online method is very motivating for children and teachers, who can see their students achieve. Synthetic phonics also helps students understand how sounds & spellings vary depending on the letter combination patterns within a word. Understanding word structure increases automaticity & fluency, which in turn enhances comprehension.
How does Synthetic Phonics work?
Using a synthetic phonics approach, Phonics teaches children the five key skills for reading and flawless writing. The program continues through school enabling the teaching of essential grammar, spelling and punctuation skills.
Why Synthetic Phonics?
- It teaches word structure so that students can build and read new words.
- It conveys the patterns of words without explicit rules.
- It works to teach phonics and reading through multisensory lesson plans.
- It includes touching units, listening, speaking, reading, pencil and paper work.
Thus, pouring all the abilities to create good readers and writers, in a very conducive atmosphere. The literacy skills taught in Synthetic Phonics are reinforced and built upon in with grammar, which teaches essential grammar and spelling skills.
Age Group: 3 years onwards
- Reading Fluency
- Builds self- esteem
- Builds confidence