How can a voice sound?
When you speak, your vocal cords create sound waves that travel through the air to reach your inner ear. The bones and tissues in your head, however, also conduct those sound waves directly to your cochlea, so that the voice you hear in your head when you speak is the result of both methods of transmission.
What are the 3 strands of Phase 1 phonics?
Phase 1 is divided into seven aspects. Each aspect contains three strands: Tuning in to sounds (auditory discrimination), Listening and remembering sounds (auditory memory and sequencing) and Talking about sounds (developing vocabulary and language comprehension).
How many Phase 2 sounds are there?
In Phase 2, children begin to learn the sounds that letters make (phonemes). There are 44 sounds in all. Some are made with two letters, but in Phase 2, children focus on learning the 19 most common single letter sounds.
What are the 7 Aspects of Phase 1 phonics?
Seven aspects of sound: environmental, instrumental, body sounds, rhythm and rhyme, alliteration, voice sounds and oral blending and segmenting.
What are the steps in the voice practice Phase 1?
Phase 1- Voice sounds Revise and revisit Teach Practise Apply Monday Copy different body percussion sequences. Explain that the teacher is going to make a sound. We must pass the sound around the circle and copy that sound. Pass the long sound e.g. eeeeeee, wheeeee, oooohhhh, eeekkkk.
How long is Phase 1 phonics-voice sounds?
This is a detailed weekly breakdown for phase 1 phonics- voice sounds. This unit consists of 5 weeks which can be taught as a whole class or small group.
What is Phase 1 letters and sounds Order of teaching?
The Phase 1 letters and sounds order of teaching follows a particular sequence to encourage pupils to recognise elements like rhythm, rhyme and alliteration, and singing and speaking distinct voice sounds encourages children to make different sounds and words. Music is included in this pack to sing along to, making this a fun group activity.
What is the first phase of the music class?
Phase 1- Voice sounds Revise and revisit Teach Practise Apply Monday Play an instrument with a simple beat. Can they have a go at copying the simple beat using their hands, then instrument?