Grapheme Phoneme Wall Chart Letters and Sounds (LSR09)

Provider: Global Education Services Limited
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Description The wall chart is a visual resource which presents all the phonemes and graphemes taught in Phases two, three and five. Each sub-section of the chart presents the phonemes and graphemes within each of the phases, which is colour -coded to match Phases two, three and five of the Letters and Sounds programme. Each sub section presents the graphemes, mnemonic and names of objects with the relevant phase.

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Categories Primary, Teaching and Learning, Early Years/Foundation, English / Literacy, Teaching staff, Classroom Management
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

Display the progression chart to support recognition for reading and recall for spelling.
Use the chart for reinforcing and developing the alphabetic code.


Evidence underpinning this approach
  • The  progression supports phonics teaching, using the highly acclaimed Letters and Sounds programme.
  • Research undertaken by Dr Marylnne Grant (2014) Longitudinal Studies with Synthetic Phonics from Reception to Year 2 and to Year 6, recommends using progression charts to reinforce phonics knowledge and develop the alphabetic code throughout the day.
How users/participants can evaluate success

• Impact can be measured through senior leaders monitoring the quality of teaching and learning within phonics lessons i.e. how effectively the resource is being used to promote high quality teaching and learning of phonics and outcomes for pupils.
• Effective use of resources to promote learning and raising attainment in the Phonic Check, reading and spelling.

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