Oxford Reading Tree: Stage 4: Floppys Phonics: Sounds and Letters Book 20 by Debbie HepplewhiteOxford Reading Tree: Stage 4: Floppys Phonics: Sounds and Letters Book 20 by Debbie Hepplewhite

Oxford Reading Tree: Stage 4: Floppys Phonics: Sounds and Letters Book 20

byDebbie Hepplewhite, Roderick HuntIllustratorAlex Brychta

Paperback | February 4, 2011

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There are 6 books at Stage 4:* Book 19 'Revise and Blend'* Book 20 'Revise and Blend'* Book 21 practises 'ay, oy, ea, ie'* Book 22 practises 'ow, ew, ew, ou'* Book 23 practises 'ir, aw, eer, are'* Book 24 practises 'ce, ea, o, ed'Each sound/alternative spelling is explored through an Oxford Reading Tree scene, first the children should read the decodable word lists, before trying to find the words within the picture.Consolidation activities include spelling activities and reading short texts.There are a total of 42 books in this series from Stage 1 to Stage 5 (Letters and Sounds Phase 1 to Phase 5)
Specialising as an independent synthetic phonics teacher and trainer, Debbie is an experienced primary school teacher and ex-Headteacher. She is an advisor for the UK Reading Reform Foundation and has been key to the development of the UK Government's promotion of synthetic phonics teaching. Author and illustrator team, Roderick Hunt ...
Title:Oxford Reading Tree: Stage 4: Floppys Phonics: Sounds and Letters Book 20Format:PaperbackDimensions:12 pages, 8.62 × 7.6 × 0.06 inPublished:February 4, 2011Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198485824

ISBN - 13:9780198485827

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"Floppy's Phonics is now a fully comprehensive synthetic phonics teaching programme. Like no other, it delivers the essential resources to teach and practise the alphabetic code in a systematic and engaging way to develop confident and capable readers." --Debbie Hepplewhite - Phonics expert and trainer