The THRASS® English Phonics Chart Programme (also known as the THRASS® Programme) is for learners of all ages and abilities, including the gifted and talented, those learning English as an Additional Language (EAL), deaf and blind learners, those with dyslexia, learning or speech difficulties, and those recovering from memory loss as a result of brain injury.
S-91 English Phonics Chart A0
© ALAN DAVIES 2014 ISBN 978-1-906295-91-2
Using the charts, can you find the right sound-boxes for the spellings in words?
The colourful resources are used with individuals, groups, classes and/or whole schools. They are used to develop speaking and listening skills, vocabulary and general knowledge. They are also used to teach learners to read words by sight and to focus on the meaning, and to work out the right sounds when they cannot read a word, and visualise and name the right letters when they cannot spell a word (through using a thorough knowledge of the keyspellings and non-keyspellings of English). In summary, the programme uses '120 keywords to help learners choose the right sounds when they read and the right letters when they spell'. Using the charts, learners find the right sound-boxes for the spellings in words.
Learners are taught for 15-60 minutes a day, depending on their age and ability.
Cued Speech makes it easier for deaf learners of all ages to understand and use English. It can also be used as an add-on to lip-reading for adults who are experiencing a loss of hearing. See our S-89 English Phonics Chart (Cued Speech Version) in MAIN RESOURCES.
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|ENGLISH SPELLING CHARTS FOR
INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS AND CLASSES
|Individual Deskcharts (size A4 and A5) and
Small, Medium and Large Wallcharts (size A3, A1 and A0)
for helping individuals and classes to visualise the 1-1,
2-1, 3-1 and 4-1 spellings in rhymes, syllables and words
|All of our charts are encapsulated. To learn and revise the skills, encourage your learners to use a soft pencil or dry-wipe pen
to trace over, name and recall the letters on the encapsulated
deskcharts and a larger dry-wipe pen for the wallcharts.
The charts can be found in the MAIN RESOURCES section.
|S-79 ENGLISH PHONICS CHART A4 (Individual Deskchart)
full colour, tumble turn, encapsulated. (297 x 210mm)
S-89 ENGLISH PHONICS CHART A3 CSV (Small Wallchart)
full colour, encapsulated. (420 x 297mm)
Side 2 is the Cued Speech Version so, for DEAF LEARNERS
it can be used as a tumble turn Individual Deskchart.
S-90 ENGLISH PHONICS CHART A1 (Medium Wallchart)
full colour, encapsulated. (841 x 594mm)
S-91 ENGLISH PHONICS CHART A0 (Large Wallchart)
full colour, encapsulated. (1,189 x 841mm)
S-82 RAPS AND KEYSPELLINGS WALLCHARTS A1 (Medium Wallchart)
full colour, encapsulated. (841 x 594 mm)
S-81 KEYSPELLING OVERWRITE CHART A4 (Individual Deskchart)
full colour, tumble turn, large letters/keyspellings.
S-92 ENGLISH PHONICS CHECK A4 (Individual Deskchart)
full colour, tumble turn, for letters, keyspellings & keywords
S-93 24/20 SOUND CHART A4 (Individual Deskchart)
full colour, tumble turn, for focused work on the 44 sounds.
S-83 THE ENGLISH KEYSPELLINGS CHART A5 (Individual Deskchart)
full colour, tumble turn, handy A5 version of the A3 chart in S-80.
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