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Phonic Reading Scheme for Older Students: _NT Endings Book 12

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This _NT Endings decodable reading book is the 11th book in a series that can help children with special needs pupils develop reading fluency. Each book comes with a matching PowerPoint making it suitable for use in a range of settings.

The Jack Stories, of which this book is one, introduces one phonic sound at a time, and subsequent books build on the vocabulary of the books before, constantly revising and reviewing learned sounds. Irregular sight words are only slowly and gradually introduced.

Science of reading aligned. Based on the most up-to-date phonic research.

These books should be read sequentially as they tell one long story, each telling a part.

This book contains words with the following sounds: CK: OO, EE and SH and CH and ND Endings.

The whole series to date can also be purchased as a growing bundle here, with a scope and sequence.

This series has been written with the aid of one of my pupils, aged 8. He has drawn some of the pictures.

What makes this phonic reading programme for special needs different?

·         It has its own, easy-to-download and print phonic reading books, making it accessible to many children worldwide.

·         Each book carefully builds on the vocabulary of those that have gone before, providing much repetition, without relying on predictable text.

·         Pictures aid the storyline without encouraging reading from the pictures – i.e. guessing.

·         The vocabulary is based on phonic families, which are introduced in a carefully planned way.

·         True sight words – those that cannot be sounded out - are kept to the very minimum. Most words are introduced in their phonic family wherever possible.

·         It is truly multisensory, using the power of the hand. We not only look at the words, but we write them too. This is powerful and has the bonus of turning the child not only into a reader but into a writer as well.

Typical signs that this programme can help:

  • Those with dyslexia, or suspected of having dyslexia

  • Difficulty recalling words when seen on flashcards or when reading texts, which results in no or little reading fluency

  • b/d letter reversal of a chronic nature – i.e. the child has not grown out of it

  • Difficulty ordering letters in words: E.g. top becomes pot.

  • Difficulty differentiating between like words: spoon/soon; back/black; sheep/sleep etc…

  • Difficulty tracking words across a page

How long is the book?

The reading book is 16 pages long.

What is included?

1 PDF 16 pp X A5

Print as a booklet

Flip on the short edge

One 16-slide PowerPoint

Resource Tags

decodable reading books phonic reading scheme download and print decodable readers reading fluency Guided Reading special needs Phonics intervention NT Endings

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