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Spanish Phonics Cards - potential new MFL phonics requirements
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Spanish Phonics Cards - potential new MFL phonics requirements

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Easy Spanish pronunciation guide. Versatile resource for potential new MFL phonics requirements to be used in the same manner as phonics are taught to Reception and Year 1 pupils. Learning phonics improves ability in speaking, self-confidence, pronunciation, reading, spelling, writing and listening. The resource is ideally printed as two-sided cards/flashcards. One side shows just the letters representing the sound, the other shows how the sound is pronounced with examples and also further pronunciation advice. Introduce a sound by showing the letters/spelling of the sound and demonstrating how it is pronounced. Show the reverse of the card and talk through the examples given. Do NOT let pupils attempt the sound themselves until this has happened and they have clearly heard from the teacher what the correct pronunciation is. Introduce one new sound each week/lesson and recap all learned so far every lesson. Class recalls each sound as teacher holds up just the letters/spelling side. This can be done with individuals, groups, whole class. Pupils learn through seeing the visual representation of the sound at the same time as hearing it and then speaking it aloud. Pupils can also have their own smaller printed versions to refer to. I have used them laminated and on key rings on each desk and have found this beneficial. Cards can also be used as a display.
French Phonics Cards - potential new MFL phonics requirements
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French Phonics Cards - potential new MFL phonics requirements

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Easy French pronunciation guide. Versatile resource for potential new MFL phonics requirements to be used in the same manner as phonics are taught to Reception and Year 1 pupils. Learning phonics improves ability in speaking, self-confidence, pronunciation, reading, spelling, writing and listening. The resource is ideally printed as two-sided cards/flashcards. One side shows just the letters representing the sound, the other shows how the sound is pronounced with examples and also further pronunciation advice. Introduce a sound by showing the letters/spelling of the sound and demonstrating how it is pronounced. Show the reverse of the card and talk through the examples given. Do NOT let pupils attempt the sound themselves until this has happened and they have clearly heard from the teacher what the correct pronunciation is. Introduce one new sound each week/lesson and recap all learned so far every lesson. Class recalls each sound as teacher holds up just the letters/spelling side. This can be done with individuals, groups, whole class. Pupils learn through seeing the visual representation of the sound at the same time as hearing it and then speaking it aloud. Pupils can also have their own smaller printed versions to refer to. I have used them laminated and on key rings on each desk and have found this beneficial. Cards can also be used as a display.