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Please help an NQT clear up some Letters and Sounds Confusion!

Discussion in 'Primary' started by NQT84, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. Thanks for your help everyone. We've decided to spend until half term doing a thorough formal assessment, looking at:
    the children's ability to sound out all the phonemes they have learnt;
    their ability to identify common graphemes for a given phoneme;
    their oral segmenting and blending ability;
    their ability to read and spell words from the100 HFW.

    We've found what looks like a decent assessment tracker here http://www.devonldp.org/v.asp?folderid=1330&schoolid=&sname=&all=&uid=&dosearch=&deptid=&level1=&level1id=&level2=391&level2id=391&level3=1303&level3id=&level4=1330&level4id=1330&rootid=17&depth=4&nextlevel=1330&branch=22#22
    (Sorry for the horribly big link!)
    By getting a more formalised idea of their abilities, we can then decide whether to press on with a more focused phase 5, or whether to move to phase 6. Does this sound reasonable? Have we missed anything?
    Thanks, Will
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