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SESSION 1

Phonics Wonderland
OBJECTIVES

To create awareness and revisit the


44 sounds in phonics.
To familiarize oneself with the
sound through the various hands-on
activities which are fun and
practical for remedial teaching.
To participate actively through the
various activities with the targeted
sounds.

SESSION 6
Lets Try It Out
Whats my number?

bit

beat

fit

feat

sit

seat

knit

neat

pit

peat

EXPLORING
POSSIBILITIES

How did the trainer conduct


the activity? List the
steps/procedures involved.

Were the activities interesting


and enjoyable?

EXPLORING
POSSIBILITIES

Were they effective and


beneficial?

Why do you think there was


repetition of sounds in
different activities?

EXPLORING
POSSIBILITIES

List the activities according to


their level of difficulty from
easy to difficult.

Why do you think the activities


were conducted in different
group sizes?

EXPLORING
POSSIBILITIES
How would you do it differently?

THE IMPORTANCE OF
NURSERY RHYMES
AND SONGS
Children can hear & see the rhyme
patterns, rhyming words and
rhythm.
Appreciation of songs, poems,
nursery rhymes help children to
remember the words and help
develop auditory memory skills.

THE IMPORTANCE OF
NURSERY RHYMES
AND SONGS
Listening skills are enhanced via
repetition of songs and nursery
rhymes
This is an important skill as it is
one step towards learning to
read.

THE IMPORTANCE OF
NURSERY RHYMES
AND SONGS
Nursery rhymes and songs can be use
to enhance phonemic awareness. It can
be used as means to teach phonemes.
While children read, sing, play and act
out nursery rhymes together you are
conveying to your children that sounds
make words and that words are fun

Apart from nursery rhymes and


songs, what other strategies do
you think can help in teaching
remedial classes?

SUGGESTIONS
SCAFFOLDED
CREATIVE DRILLS- variation
REPETITION

LANGUAGE LEARNING
Adapted (Dragan, P.T. (2005). A How To Guide For Teaching
English Language Learners In The Primary Classroom)

Research very clearly shows that


the emotional environment that
you create in your classroom,
influences language learning.

LANGUAGE LEARNING
Adapted (Dragan, P.T. (2005). A How To Guide For Teaching
English Language Learners In The Primary Classroom)

Creating a fun, nurturing comfortable


classroom environment where it is
okay to make mistakes, will enable
pupils to pick up their new language
rapidly, and will not feel as though
they are making a huge effort.

LANGUAGE
LEARNING
LANGUAGE
LEARNING
Adapted (Dragan, P.T. (2005). A How To Guide For Teaching
English Language Learners In The Primary Classroom)

Language is a natural process, and


you can make it feel that way for
your pupils by using fun and
meaningful language experiences
that engage the senses.

THANK

YOU