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Effective Teaching of Spelling - including Phonics

Course Information

Spelling is a key component of the KS2 English curriculum, but also an area that teachers often lack subject knowledge and confidence. This course will explore the role of spelling in the English Curriculum and what is involved in becoming a successful speller. The course will develop teacher subject knowledge of spelling rules and pedagogical understanding of best practice techniques for learning spellings, for all learners including those with special educational needs. It will teach 4 key lesson structures for use in KS2. It will be highly practical with take away techniques to have immediate effect in class and will give teachers a clear understanding of progression to meet the requirements of the curriculum. The course is predicated on research and best practice.

The course will include:

  • Unpicking of the requirements of the spelling curriculum
  • Developing spelling subject knowledge
  • Developing phonic subject knowledge
  • Exploring different models of teacher delivery to investigate spelling patterns
  • Practising a range of effective learning techniques to employ with pupils
  • Observations and analysis of discrete spelling lessons
  • A review of resources to support learners in spelling independently
  • An exploration of how to teach ‘practice’

What you can take home:

  • Planning, flipcharts and resources for a KS2 Literacy spelling unit of work for each year group
  • Model progression of spelling objectives
  • Useful subject knowledge support
  • Useful documents to share with parents

Who this course is for

  • KS2

What this course includes

  • 2 x pre records
  • 1 x Zoom session

Upcoming dates

  • Wed 15th Jan | 1.30pm – 4.00pm

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Zoom sessionview details + £115.00 (GBP)  

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