What are the set 1 sounds?
Set 1 sounds are the initial letter sounds. They are taught in the following order. There are 12 Set 2 ‘speed sounds’ that are made up of two or three letters which represent just one sound, e.g. ay as in play, ee as in tree and igh as in high.
What are the set 3 sounds RWI?
These are Set 3 Speed Sounds:
- ea (as in tea)
- oi (as in spoil)
- a–e (as in cake)
- i–e (as in smile)
- o–e (as in home)
- u–e (as in huge)
- aw (as in yawn)
- are (as in care)
Is a bouncy or stretchy sound?
Stretchy sounds are said in one continuous sound, e.g. mmmmmmmmm as in mountain. Bouncy sounds are said with a short sharp gap in between, e.g. d-d-d as in d-d-d dinosaur. Your child is ready to sound blend once they have learnt the first set of sounds and can say these in and out of order.
What order should I teach sounds?
What sequence should be used to teach letter-sound correspondence?
- Letters that occur frequently in simple words (e.g., a, m, t) are taught first.
- Letters that look similar and have similar sounds (b and d) are separated in the instructional sequence to avoid confusion.
- Short vowels are taught before long vowels.
What is a pure sound in phonics?
What is pure phonics sound? Pronouncing each letter sound clearly and distinctly without adding additional sounds to the end e.g. ‘f’ not ‘fuh.
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What are the stretchy sounds?
Stretchy sounds are said in one continuous sound, e.g. mmmmmmmmm as in mountain. Bouncy sounds are said with a short sharp gap in between, e.g. d-d-d, as in dinosaur. Your child is ready to sound blend once they have learnt the first set of sounds and can Fred Talk.
What is bouncy blending?
Try ‘Bouncy Blending’! Lay out how ever many hoops you need for the number if sounds. Put one sound next to each hoop in order. Then ask a child to bounce into each hoop and shout the sounds. They orally blend the word as they jump out of the last hoop! #