Time for Phonics Book 2 also has a phonic approach to reading.
About this Book - and how to get the best out of it.
Pre Test single sounds. Revise as needed.
Directions in smaller print need to be read aloud to students to give them a clear understanding of what they need to do.
A phonic approach using oral phonemic awareness strategies (80% of words in the English language have a phonic base)
Word families consisting of many simple rhyming words. This base list can be expanded as relevant.
Varied, graded activities that are age appropriate.
Core words - simple common sight words that are also high frequency words essential to all reading matter.
Challenge activities are incorporated in the mix.
Personal Word Box - words chosen by student and/or teacher, based on student needs. These need to be achievable for individual students. Blends - are included as they form an essential part of many word families.
Graded sentences can form the basis of dictation and show correct Usage of list words. These can be modified as needed.
Sentence construction - students are encouraged to complete and create some of their own oral and written sentences.
Compound words - an introduction to compound words using known words selected from word families.
Revision is built into the sequence of activities.
Assessment tasks measure progress and can also be used as a diagnostic tool.