S-89 English Phonics Chart A3 CSV (Two-sided Small Wallchart for Groups or Individuals)
SIDE 1: ENGLISH PHONICS CHART A3
- Find and talk about the pictures that are ‘Animals’, ‘Things You Can Eat’, ‘Parts of the Body’ and ‘Pictures that Contain the Same Colour’.
- Use the chart as a ‘Storyboard’ by pointing under the pictures to create and tell stories.
- There are 24 sound-boxes in the consonant section and 20 sound-boxes in the vowel section and they contain 120 keywords and keyspellings.
- The consonant keyspellings are blue and the vowel keyspellings are red.
- Practise until you can demonstrate ‘Skills 1-10’ without needing the soundtracks.
- Use the chart to revise the Raps, Skills and Questions and the 'Best Letters' in words.
- Use the chart to spell the 500 Basewords (S-57) by focusing on particular syllables, consonant blends, rhymes and/or spellings (the 'Best Letters') in each word.
- Use the chart to spell the 1200 Group Words (S-58) by focusing on the 'Best Letters'.
- Use the chart to spell words not known by sight by focusing on the 'Best Letters'.
- Spelling Error: RIGHT SOUND-BOX. Reading Error: WRONG SOUND-BOX.
SIDE 2: ENGLISH PHONICS CHART CSV (Cued Speech Version) for
Deaf learners including adults who are experiencing a loss of hearing.
- Cued Speech makes it easier for deaf learners to understand and use English.
- It is a really good method for making spoken language visible and enables deaf babies, children and adults to see all the sounds of speech.
- Cued Speech uses 8 hand-shapes in 4 different positions near the mouth to clarify the lip patterns of normal speech (deaf learners usually lip-read only about 35% of speech).
- It can be used on a single sound, single word or whole language level and can enable deaf learners to reach the same levels of reading and spelling as hearing learners.
- Cued Speech can also help hearing learners who process information better through sight (including those with speech and/or language difficulties, or dyslexia) and can be used as an add-on to lip-reading for adults who are experiencing a loss of hearing.
- The chart also features the International Phonetic Alphabet symbol for each English sound.
- Further details about Cued Speech (including about courses or workshops for professional or family groups) are available from: Cued Speech Association UK
9 Jawbone Hill, Dartmouth, Devon. TQ6 9RW. 01803 832 784
Thanks to the staff at Cued Speech Association UK, ERADE (Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education) and Lynette Diederichs, Cued Speech South Africa, for their continued enthusiasm for the links between THRASS and Cued Speech. Thanks to them, too, for the advice, help and very positive feedback regarding the Cued Speech Version (CSV) of the English Phonics Chart A3. As one of them wrote about the final encapsulated chart:
"The chart is so brilliant, I am just thrilled with it - thank you so much, it is perfect."
- Medium visual reference for developing vocabulary and communication skills and for spelling and reading-related activities, with side 2 being a Cued Speech Version (CSV).
- Full colour, one-sided, encapsulated, size A3 (297mm x 420mm).
- Discounts for multiple purchases.