How do you structure a phonics lesson?

How do you structure a phonics lesson?

The Recommended Phonics Lesson Structure

  1. Explicit statement of learning intentions – We are learning to…
  2. Explicit statement of success criteria – What I’m looking for…
  3. Revision of prior learning (grapheme-phoneme correspondences (GPCs), oral blending and segmentation, known tricky/camera words)

What is LCP phonics planning?

LCP Phonics Planning is a planning tool for teachers who are teaching phonics using the Letters and Sounds document from the DfE. It is a guide and should be used with flexibility and at a pace which is appropriate to each group or class.

What do you teach after CVC?

After CVC words, phonics instruction moves on to slightly more complicated patterns such as CVCC words and CCVC words. CVCC words such as jump, gulp, and lift follow the pattern of consonant-vowel-consonant-consonant. CCVC words such as trip, spin, and clap follow the pattern of consonant-consonant-vowel-consonant.

What is a phonic lesson plan?

Each phonics lesson plan includes song lyrics and tunes, objectives, an explanation of the concept, a basic procedure for introducing the concept, follow-up activities to enhance retention and understanding, and extensions such as games, manipulatives, and literature connections.

In what order do you teach phonics?

Cluster 1:

  1. Step 1:Introduce the vowels and their short sounds. [
  2. Step 2:Introduce the consonants and their sounds. [
  3. Step 3:Begin blending short vowels with consonants. [
  4. Step 4:Begin blending and reading one vowel words and short sentences. [
  5. Step 5:Introduce the long vowel sounds. [

How many sets and reps should you do?

Determining How Many Sets and Reps to Do

Training Goal Sets Reps
General fitness 1-3 12-15
Endurance 3-4 >12
Hypertrophy 3-6 6-12
Muscle strength 4-6 <6

What order do you teach CVC words?

The consonants are all other letters. So a CVC word starts with a consonant, opens up to a vowel sound, and closes with another consonant. These are often the first “real” words a child learns to read: cat, pig, hen…and so on.

What happens if I rest too long between sets?

The time that you take between sets is a crucial variable of resistance training. Rest periods can be tweaked to complement changes to rep count and intensity. Too little rest between sets could mean submaximal muscle growth. Too much rest can take you out of the zone and waste precious gym time.