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Read write Inc question please

Discussion in 'Primary' started by faithbased, Nov 23, 2012.

  1. Wouldn't an average gain of 20 phonemes per half term necessitate starting from a very low base? If a Reception child was already reading Heinemann's Storyworld Once Upon a Time World Stage 9 without any problems, and the aim was to eventually take her up to Sue Reid's The Mill Girl (or books of that level, if not subject matter.) The difference in texts seems not to be so much in their use of phonemes but in the fact that the former uses simple sentences and the latter does not.
  2. Even if you have done something which is 'out of order' or may be perceived this way, or any of your work-related planning or delivery is not up to standard or according to policy, no-one should speak to anyone over the phone in the way you have described.
  3. Is this in the wrong thread?
  4. Msz

    Msz Established commenter

    Does the group lead know there are only 44 sounds in English? and it's perfectly possible to learn all 44 in half a term ...

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